Hey all. I had this over in the 'amps' thread, but it probably makes more sense here. So, I got a Lead 12 combo a month ago, and cleaned it up (see my other post). I love it, but I have noticed something slightly odd in the break up of the distortion. If you sustain a chord or note, especially at lower gain settings, it kind fizzles out in a weird way as the sustained note begins to decay, kinda like a voltage starved fuzz would. A made a short recording to demonstrate it here, you can hear the issue very well at the end of the more dissonant chords as they decay. Kinda like a quick fizzle. Is this normal? Or do I need to check over the PCB? No such issues when dialed in clean, so I am guessing this may be a characteristic of the gain structure? But it doesn't seem right as such. The speaker is fine, as the issue is the same when hooking an external speaker cab. I'll go check for cracked or cold solder joints tonight. But might be the output caps? I have no real experience troubleshooting amps, but I can use a soldering iron and have a multi-meter.