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Hello, well i just bought this week an MB4410 marshall and it sounds a lil bit distored even at low volumes and on the clean modern channel, i just wanted to know if thats how the amp should sound like or should i call my dealer to get directly marshall assistance

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First make sure your guitar can't "hear" the amp as the sound can rattle the strings and have a form of feedback. Stand with your back toward the amp for example. If that doesn't help, take your guitar to the dealer and try it on another of the same type... see if it does the same. Also where you use it, make sure nothing is rattling in the area that can fool you as to how it sounds...

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