Question about HHB Radius 50 Tube Amplifier
Good old amps these. Fixed a few over the years. I would expect dry solder joints in and about the channel switching. If you got a mate with soldering experience, he da man to help you sort it. Hard to help you anymore without actually looking inside the amp to see what's going on. But that's were I would start at least. Way round it I guess is to use a distortion pedal. Go for a metalzone to get similar sort of distortion. \m/ riff out ;)
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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