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No sound from my amp.

I git sound thrue my amp when i play my stereo thrue it,i git no sound from my amp when i try to play my guitar thrue the amp.

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  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 11, 2010

    How & where are you connecting the guitar?

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Check your cables - I've had similar problems with various amps playing various guitars; the guitar electronics and the amp electronics are fine, but the cable is damaged internally and this causes the same problems as you have described. Have you tried using a different cable? Buy a different one, try it out, and see if you have the same problem. If you have a friend who plays, let them plug their cable and guitar in the amp - if it works, your faulty cable is the issue. Hope that helps!

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You would NOT use a stereo cable to plug in your guitar.

The stereo cable would carry the battery voltage back to the amp and MAYBE cause the fuse to blow.

You use a MONO instrument cable for your guitar.

The ring connection is use to complete the circuit to turn on the battery in most guitars.

Replace the fuse ONCE and get the proper instrument cable (NOT consumer audio cable) for your guitar.

If fuse blows again, take amp to shop for service.

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