I own (and love) a Bassman TV15. It's been treating me right for a couple of years now, but have seemed to have some sporadic issues as of late. My signal has been cutting out randomly on the last few shows but not consistently enough to think that something is really wrong with the amp. It was cutting out on a gig we did back in July (my first issue I've ever had with it). I took it home, drove the hell out of it, and couldn't get it to fault again. Two shows and multiple practices go by with no problems. Last weekend we do a show and 3/4 of the way through the first set, the signal starts cutting again. As of this point - I look at all my settings on the amp and realize between setting up and playing, my GAIN knob got cranked much higher than I usually play at. I make it through the rest of the first set choking out once or twice- take a break and turn off my amp (thinking I may be overheating it). I turn the gain down, turn the amp off, and come back for a second set with no problems (other than the tone wasn't exactly my usual settings as I was trying to go easy on it). SO.... has anyone else had experience with this amp cutting out? Or similar Class D combos like this? Bearing in mind I find this amp's bread and butter to be pushed pretty hard (and also bearing in mind these shows were outdoors)- can it be that I was just inadvertently driving the amp too hard/too loud and it was overheating and cutting the signal? Any advice/knowledge would be great.