I may have killed my amp, and I'm hoping one of you can help...
I played a gig earlier this month, and all was well. After the set, I put the Deville in my trunk and drove home. I completely zoned out, and left it in my trunk for a couple weeks, during the crazy cold we had.
I brought my amp in yesterday and let it warm up over night. This morning I went to turn it on, and nothing. No lights, no hum, nothing. It's simply dead.
Could the cold have destroyed it? Could it be a tube? My car's color is dark, so I assume it went through a number of freeze-thaw cycles when the sun it the trunk.
Is there a way to visually check tubes, if the cold caused it?
It's an awesome, powerful amp and I'd hate to lose it.
Andrew is a good buddy of mine and a monster guitar player, so help him out gents or I'll banish you all to the Canadian Lefty forum.