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Lacking volume overall the volume control does increase and decrease the volume, but at the highest level it is still too quiet. Is there a way to fix or restore to original volume?

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Yes, it's true that MM6 is lack of volume when on stage. I used a Sonic maximizer or Sonic Enhancer and I had plenty of volume on stage.

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We used canned air to blow dust from the volume control slider connection. It did increase the volume, not quite to the original level, but to an acceptable level.

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