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use the correct power cord or adapter, look online for adapter or power cord. You will need an amp to power speakers.

Music | Answered Yesterday


MICHAEL SCOTT: YOU PASSED ALONG SOME GREAT INFORMATION BUT IT ONLY GETS ME HALFWAY THERE...
I HAVE ALL THE NECESSARY CABLES HOOKED UP. DO YOU HAVE TO RECORD MY SONG FROM THE 1180 TO AUDACITY OR WHAT?...THIS IS ALL NEW TO ME AND IT MAY WORK BUT TELL ME HOW TO RECORD FROM THE 1180 TO AUDACITY.
THANKS...GEORGE SLADEK

Boss Micro BR... | Answered Yesterday


I Own This Unit And I Tell You What I Love It And Cant See Myself Using A Computer Anytime Soon. You Can Open It Up And Check For Loose Connections By Removing The Screws Shown Here
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Youll Wanna Remove The Disk Drive Cover First Indicated By The Blue Dots. Once Inside There Arent Many Connections To Check But Now You Can Unplug The Hard Drive And Try Powering The Unit On Again. See If You Get The Same Result. Once Thats Done Plug The Hard Drive Back In And Try Again To See If It Works.
If It Doesn't Call Roland Theyre Costumer Support Is Awesome And They Can At least Give You An Idea Of What May Be Wrong.

Roland Corporation U.S.
5100 S. Eastern Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90040-2938
323-890-3700

Also Very Helpful Is This Guide On How To Remove The Hard Drive And Replace It Found Here.
I Hope Some Of This Helps.

Boss Micro BR... | Answered Yesterday


5 amp fuse in tray located at the back of the amp just above the power connector.

Peavey Xr 8600 8... | Answered Yesterday


You could try Googleing it, if you havn't already. Another method I've used on other guitars was to carfully remove the neck from the rest of the guitar. Manufacturers often put the production year on a tag or even printed directly on the wood body under the interfacing part of the neck. Some risk= "what if I damage my guitar?"

Peavey Music | Answered 3 days ago


Hi Chris,
This is a discontinued product for the work station. Digitech does have a firmware update on their website. Have you tried that? Other then that, usually a bad guitar cord, dirty input jack or faulty input jack caused the cracking sound. These units sit on the floor where dirt and dust collect. Try spraying the input jack with a good quality conduct cleaner. (Radio Shack?) Make sure your guitar jack is also clean and then "exercise" the input by plugging the cord in and out several times. I am assuming this may help since it is the most simple approach. Otherwise, it may be a component issue and that cannot be addressed via email.

The Music | Answered on Mar 16, 2019


Here is a test you can do at home for the sound. Test out the speaker. To do this you will need two alligator clips with wire about ft. long. Remove the speaker wire clips under the speaker magnet and attach the alligator clips . Take a C size battery and touch both ends of the battery. You should here a scratching sound . If you do you know your speaker is OK. Then you have a problem that needs a Technician. A good music shop should be able to give you a idea of the repair cost. Don't go to a big music change, find a small full service shop that deals with Fender. I don't think this will cost a lot. Fenders play for years, Its truly worth the bench fee. Good luck DFD , please rate me thanks

Fender Hot Rod... | Answered on Mar 16, 2019


We live in the 21st century, just google it.

Yamaha Music | Answered on Mar 15, 2019


Ibanez guitars have used serial numbers since the mid 1970s. Some sources say the practice started in September 1975, but serial numbers indicating production as early as October 1974 have been spotted.

Ibanez Music | Answered on Mar 15, 2019

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How to find a song you didn't know the title


Just type anything that you remember or hear about the song in google and voila!! You got the hint for the song afterward.

on Mar 14, 2019 | Music

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