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PostPosted: Mon, Jan 08, 2007 3:02pm 
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Hi,
I just would know if you happy owners of a VH4 have encoutered the same problem (well, symptom) : when I drop the master volume to '0' on mine, I still can hear notes, at a very very low volume for sure, but it seems this control doesn't totally cut the sound, especially on high gain channels. Is it normal or not ?
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It´s normal that You hear some
noise. It´s caused by the grounding
and power supply.
Don´t want to be rude, but if You want
to play without noise just
plug the guitar out.

Peter :)


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mininoyz wrote:
Hi,
I just would know if you happy owners of a VH4 have encoutered the same problem (well, symptom) : when I drop the master volume to '0' on mine, I still can hear notes, at a very very low volume for sure, but it seems this control doesn't totally cut the sound, especially on high gain channels. Is it normal or not ?
Thanks


This happens on most amps! Trust me. It's not a problem at all.


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PostPosted: Tue, Jan 09, 2007 7:18am 
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The same on my Herbert... and on some of the other amps I've had. ;)

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PostPosted: Tue, Jan 09, 2007 10:11am 
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Peter Diezel wrote:
It´s normal that You hear some
noise. It´s caused by the grounding
and power supply.
Don´t want to be rude, but if You want
to play without noise just
plug the guitar out.

Peter :)

Thanks for your answer Peter, but I was not talking about noise, hum or buzz. I just can hear the notes I play (at very very low volume). It doesn't really annoy me because you're not supposed to cut the volume when you play :lol:


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