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Posted by Dave Wood (193.167.144.30) on May 28, 2002 at 07:15:01:

In Reply to: spelling error... thou it doesn't really matter, does it? posted by Dave Wood on May 28, 2002 at 07:12:24:

And I even accidentially put my spelling error message in the wrong place. Like that wouldn't be enough I'm probably going to mess it up even more with this message...

Still
Dave Wood


: You are oviously not a sound but you have a sound:
: "could it be that YOU'RE=your sound is..."

: Me again
: Dave Wood

: : As you have active pick-ups, could it be that you're sound is coming too hard from your bass into your combo. Considering its a Hartke there probably is a active input but incase there isn't that might be the problem.


: : Don't be offended now but I have to point out just to make sure: It isn't just the frets that are ratling, is it?


: : Ok, ok, no help here this time, but I tried, didn't I?! :)

: : Dave Wood


: : : I am having a problem with my Hartke 2115 Combo where I get distortion when I play B flat and sometimes when I play A flat (only on these notes). I play a Tobias Killer B with Bartolini active pickups and a Toby Pro with active EMG's. I have tested and eliminated the possibility of the distortion coming from my basses, batteries, cables, or from the pre-amp tube in the amp. I am wondering if any Hartke users have experienced a similar problem with this combo (and if so, how/if you solved it!). Thanks much!




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