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Guitar Amp wont power sound

My peavey guitar amp will not power sound

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  • Allan Irvine
    Allan Irvine May 11, 2010

    There are a hundred different reasons for this.


    Is the amp fused and plugged in.
    Is the guitar directly inputed to the line in jack.
    A break in the lead can stop the signal.
    Is the guitar working with active pickups, a dead battery can stop them working properly.


    You need to be more specific.

  • Brandon Perkins
    Brandon Perkins May 11, 2010

    1. does the amp turn on?
    2. have you tried using a different cord from your guitar and amp?
    3. is the fuse on your amp blown?

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Try checking the fuses.

Posted on Aug 04, 2009

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