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  • Mesa V-Twin problems

    My v-twin has recently been giving me problems. I plug it in to my amp, and the bypass leaves the amp extremely quiet, the solo and blues channel are quiet too, and the clean channel sounds exactly like the solo channel. After about 20-30 minutes, everything is fine again... What could be the problem?? I did just replace the tubes and the same thing is happening, so I could rule it out.
    CasualFitzy
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    Last edited by CasualFitzy; 07-01-2004, 01:03 PM.

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    Re: Mesa V-Twin problems

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      Re: Mesa V-Twin problems

      it isnt the tubes. i suspect the logic inside may be faulty. take it to an authorized service center. good luck!!

      germ
      Jeremy Ledford
      Tone Guru Extroardinaire
      Tone Shop

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        Re: Mesa V-Twin problems

        ya you need to take it to a mesa authorized dealer and have them take a look
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