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This could be anything. You could try swapping the preamp tubes. If it were a power amp tube problem, it is likely the mains fuse would have blown, Since the pilot lamp is still on, we will assume that the problem is at the preamp level. This absence of signal can be caused by a dead tube, or more complexly, by a faulty resistor or capacitor in the signal path. If you can't resolve the problem by swapping preamp tubes with a known good one, you should take the amp to a tech experienced in servicing tube guitar amps. Any good tech should be able to sort this out within an hour of labor time. I doubt it will require any expensive parts. It may even be as simple as a loose/bad connection, either from manufacturing, or from normal use. Pro tube amps are subjected to levels of heat, vibration and electrical stresses that consumer electronic gear never sees.
Posted on Oct 07, 2010
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