Had a good laugh at myself.
Was playing along and all of a sudden the amp went silent. I'm going straight in so I'm checking cable in jack, no sound with guitar volume, turned amp on and off etc.
Then I realized I had hit my guitar pup toggle to middle position. Well I had neck volume pot off. Since it was off the middle position made no sound.
I didn't feel hitting the toggle so I thought the amp dumped and it made no sound going out. Too funny and a happy ending.LOL
What guitar were you using? Mid position on a Paul turns neck & bridge on and it would be completely uncharacteristic of you to have the volume on the bridge pick up turned off !!
I might take you up on that offer if I decide to get the stock again!I've got the original tubes that came out of my Marshall DSL100h. They have no time on them - I changed them out the day I got the amp and I bought the amp new. That would give you 4 pre-amp tubes, and 2 matched sets of power tubes. I'm not using them so I could sell them to you very reasonable. Might save you a few bucks from buying new tubes, or worse, buying new tubes and not liking the tone change.
Then again, a new set of tubes with recommendations form someone like "Doug's tubes" is often a safe bet, if you you do want to improve the tone and know what you are trying to change.
...I'm gonna run mine stock (well, aside from the pre-installed Creamback) for the time being...
Yeah, I'm not planning on changing anything at all on this - except perhaps bias if it's crazy hot/cold. I knew right away that I loved the Ultra channel from the three hours I demo'd one at GC (with my own guitar), but chose The Sweetwater Creamback upgrade from all the good reviews the Creamback got over the stock Seventy/80.