Question about Marshall MG10CD 10 Watt Combo Amplifier
When I plug in the amp and turn on the sound coming out is a radio station frequency. Even if I unplug guitar it still will pick up radio station frequencies. what do I do??
First of all I would call the radio station and let the know that there over modulating just a bit.this has happened to me a few times even on my tel/phone. I use to get WOKO on my amp. You can try and move the amp to diffrent location , reverce the polarty switch on the back , not much more you can do. But watch out when you here music comming from you toster your in big trouble, just kidding. Good luck DFD
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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