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Old 24th November 2011, 05:59 PM   #11
Rowland is offline Rowland  United States
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Default Noisy Hammond C2

I have a C2 also and am experiencing a static type sound through two different speaker systems. What I mean to say is that with a leslie 122 and a PR-40 amplified speaker systems hooked up at different times that static exists. I am suspecting the AO10 amplifier system in the C2. The sound is there when playing or not. and it gets louder with volume increase and on the lower notes. Any ideas what I might be looking at??

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