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I think I broke my MarkBass combo!

Discussion in 'Amps [BG]' started by EricT43, Dec 24, 2013.

  1. EricT43

    EricT43 Supporting Member

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    I have a MarkBass CMD102P 2x10 combo which I've owned for a couple of years.

    I also play drums, and have started using some electronically generated sounds and loops in my playing. Yesterday, while experimenting with my rig at home, I used my MarkBass to amplify some cowbell and tambourine sounds via my drum pad. After a few minutes, the treble frequencies suddenly disappeared. I fear I may have blown the tweeter.

    :meh:

    Does anyone know if there is a fuse or other protection circuit that may have blown? Or how I could otherwise verify whether the tweeter is indeed kaput? If so, where could I buy a replacement?

    Thanks!
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