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Fender bassman 200 producing fuzzy tone

When i'm playing through the amp, there is a strong fuzzy tone. occasionally there the signal goes into a wave, quickly going from loud to soft. occasionally it does work properly, producing a clear sound, but the instances where that happens seem to be getting less frequent. any insights would be much appreciated. thanks.

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I would check all the connections, try switching different connections making sure it's not the jacks, if that doesn't work, try sending to company if under warranty.

hope this helps

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