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post Jan 30 2009, 04:14 PM
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hello..i got some problem in my amplifier.
it's fender frontman 65r.
i really like this amp because the sound is pretty good classic fender.
but after 3 months i use this amp, i've got a problem.
the speaker is getting noised when i put my jack into it..
in clean and distorted..
can somebody tell me how to fixed a noised speaker..
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post Jan 30 2009, 05:38 PM
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I'm not sure I understand the question. But a sparking sound could come from a broken cord. Have you tried with another cord?

Spending money on good quality cords is money well spent. They will last you a loooong time and in the long run I think it's more expensive to buy new cheap cords again and again and again when the old ones break.


If it's more of a hum it could be a power source in your house that is making the disturbance. Like a effects pedal connected to a wall socket instead of battery. Could be the lights like flourocent light, a computer etc.


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post Jan 30 2009, 08:00 PM
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Since it's not a tube amp (if I remember correctly), I suggest to do the same what Mickem said. Check cords, pedals, and if that doesn't work, check your guitar pickups too, the amp may get some wierd signals from them if they are not properly installed. But that maybe a long shot, I don't know.

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post Jan 30 2009, 08:07 PM
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I GOT THAT AMP TOO!:DAnd had that problem. Was my guitar's wiring not being welded properly. Get your guitar checked! When playing clean, or with gain, I had a loud buzz, but not anymore!

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post Jan 31 2009, 07:23 PM
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hey guys..
you're all right. i try to play with another guitar and the amp isn't noise anymore.
my guitar is fender mexican standard stratocaster.
so, what i've gotta do to make my guitar doesn't noise anymore?
should i change the pickup?or what?


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post Feb 1 2009, 09:36 AM
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No No! I had the same problem man. Just take your guitar to the shop, it's not that expensive. With me it was a bad solder part. That should fix the problem. DONT go changing pickups, this is not nescessary and you'd waste money and pickups:D

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