When Tremonti said they were targeting a price point of $1800 for a 100W amp, I got nervous. It's fine for them to make nothing on it, but it's not fine if they don't work. Very curious to see what's going on. Your problem is different than the one above.Strangely enough, mine had serious issues when i got mine a couple days ago. First of all, there was serious hum going through all three channels including the clean channel. But the biggest problem was that my lead channel suddenly lost all sound and was performing very poorly. I thought that maybe a tube was knocked loose from the transit so i get in there and made sure all the tubes were secure. Then the sound was back but it cut out again. It did this at least 5 times before I gave up, boxed it back up and sent it back to Sweetwater. I considered just waiting for a replacement but they said that the amp was on back order already so I told them to put it in for warranty repair. Hopefully they find out what is causing the problems. I loved the tones I was getting but an amp of this nature shouldn't be malfunctioning after 4 mins. A big letdown so far.
Which Revv Did You Get?I sent it back to Sweetwater with the intention of getting it repaired but the more I thought about it, I got more and more p!ssed off so i decided to exchange it for another amp from a Canadian company. Hopefully this one won't $h!t the bed upon delivery. As much as i wanted to love this amp, I also expect things to work especially for that kind of cheese spent on it. Sounds like the QC department in Indonesia really screwed the pooch on this one.