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Bass I have a Leem GA-610D, when I turn the base up and strum my guitar it makes a hissing sound how do I fix it?

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  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi sandmanz

    You have to remeber that the amp is only 10 watts, sounds like the output stage is going into overdrive. When this happens, you may get some odd noises from the amp. A 6.5" speaker and 10 watts will always tend to cringe a bit when you try to "turn up the bass".
    How much do you turn it up?

    robotek


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Hey again, still keen to talk to you about your amp. How much do you turn it up before the problem starts.

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