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If not, I would next replace the 12AX7 preamp tubes.One thing to remember, however, is that a new preamp tube can also produce different types of mechanical or microphonic noises.Just found this sub and figured I'd share my JCM900 4100 on a Spawn 2x12 loaded with V30s!I have a G12T-75 on the way in the mail to replace one of the V30s.I love the tone that I get, but there seems to be an intermittent swirl sound that happens while I am playing.It doesn’t affect the amped signal, but is in the background.I would say the first, and most easily remedied, would be a faulty tube.Many different types of noises can come from tubes, none of which could be visually determined.
I have taken a mirror and tried to watch the tubes to see if one is having a fit and have seen nothing.I want to get the clean sound and not have that underlying noise.It doesn’t matter if I am on channel one or two, have reverb on or off, in bright or normal channel.If you could give me an idea what it is that is wrong and where to start looking to get this fixed I would really appreciate your advice.I just looked at the web site for Mercury Magnetics upgrades and was wondering if you had any experience with their claims. Dan Hello Dan, Thanks for reading Premier Guitar and also my “Ask Amp Man” column. There are a couple of possible causes for such a symptom.
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