Currently Being ModeratedSep 30, 2011 10:21 AM (in response to badraven)RE: Rattling sound from the Spider Jam
The way in which you described to test this sounds like a good way to try and isolate where the sound could be coming from. If you have already tightened all of the accessible screws the only thing left that could be vibrating is the wood cabinetry of the speaker enclosure.
Try testing as you mentioned, and lest us know your results.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 16, 2011 10:24 AM (in response to Line6Don)Re: RE: Rattling sound from the Spider Jam
ok had the same problem couldnt stop the rattle it was inside the head i took the amp head out and then shook the head and found that the noise was near the front of the knob ajustment area well took the knobs off and lookd for lose nuts nope no that it was deeper so i took the circuit board out that holds the knobs and it rattles like a tamborine well what i found on it was the insulators that protect the wires for the leds are made cheap and loose and now i wonder how im going to fix this may be with some super gule down each hole but if you want the rattle to stop your going to have to take the head apart i really think line 6 should recall this part or change insulators in the making thay will just get losser and losser and make more noise what happend to the use of good old shrink wrap other than that love the amp and will fix this with glue today it been bothering me long anuff