Harsh sound on 64 Bandmaster

Discussion in 'Amps/Cabs Tech Corner: Amplifier, Cab & Speakers' started by bob barcus, Feb 11, 2012.

  1. bob barcus

    bob barcus Member

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    I have tryed on other forums,when I had my amp fixed it sounded Great .then it started to not sound good I sent it to a tech in OC.and he didn't do anything but take $335. I still have this funny harsh tone on the high GBE strings and there is too much Bass, even the bass on zero, it shook the walls But that high end is horrible
     
  2. zenas

    zenas Member

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    I would do two things. Put your spare tubes in if that ain't it try another speaker just to make sure it ain't that.
    For 335 what did he do?
     
  3. Blue Strat

    Blue Strat Member

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    I'd be taking back to the guy who charged you $335.
     
  4. Jerry Glass

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    +1!
     
  5. guitarcapo

    guitarcapo Senior Member

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    sounds like something in the negative feedback loop?
     
  6. CDA

    CDA Indigenous Donkey

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    Probably a tone stack problem. Ceramic treble caps are what they are.

    Silver mica's sound better, but fail more often.

    Look into that.
     

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