So I wake up early to pack my bitch a lunch, which I often do. She doesn't mind if I call her my bitch, as long as I get up early (5:30ish) to pack her a healthy lunch. Today, it was a bowl of my homemade tortellini soup, with a small side of grated parmesan cheese, some cut up cantaloupe, some cheese, (smoked gouda), and crackers, and a small, but very respectable caesar salad.
Anywho, after she left, I felt like noodling around a bit. I started with my SG first, then spotted my creme Baretta looking all lonely. The wang bar on my #1 is loose, and I've been too lazy to tighten it, so I'm playing the Baretta more than usual. I'm running through my standard rig, which is a 6505, split to a Blackstar ID30 via a lehle switch. I was playing a little louder than usual, but still only had the ID30 on maybe 3-3 1/2, and the 6505 on 2. It was loud, but in a good way. Unless maybe if you're the neighbor. I've been working on 'Hole in The Sky', and not long into it, the Blackstar made a sound like a space gun firing. Really wierd sound. It quit making noise, but the lights still come on. I immediately shut it off, and let it cool down, although I'm not sure if it was hot at all. About an hour later, I hit the power button, and it just sounds like paper tearing, sort of a pppfffffffttt sound. I'd like to look into it, but not sure of the dangers of transformers and the like. Should I troubleshoot it, or leave it to the pros and take it somewhere. Only been about twelve hours, and I miss it, lol. Honestly, the 6505 is kind of anemic without the Blackstar helping it out. Thanks.