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I can't confirm this without testing the amp directly, but I would suspect bad capacitors in the pre-amp section. Some of them may have dried out a bit over time. Anyone that is familiar with guitar amps should be able to resolve this for you. The other thing to check is the 12AX7A tubes inside. Swap them around and see if the symptom changes. You may also have a bad tube.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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