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My guitar amplifier produces no sound. I hooked extra speakers to it and turned it up all the way during a gig, and played for half an hour. Next gig, no sound from amp, and smoke comes from it and I turned it off fast.

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Chances are that you have created an impedence mismatch to the pa stage of your amp. this could result in output i.c or transformer damage

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