Complete utter trash.
Jerryboy White last edited by
Ok amp. Amazing sound. When It works. It worked great for a couple of weeks. But It rarely connects now. Even when my new phone is right next to the amp. By the time I get the piece of trash to start working, Iv lost all inspiration and have been angry for hours. So much for positive huh? And so much for grid too. If you dont recieve 5 bars signal on your cell phone, the amp will keep switching off and on for the entire time it is connected. Bad. Can you not fix these issues? Then while it is doing this, even disconnected, it will layer you clean unconnected just guitar and amp, with preset app files. You can use the amp with or without the app. Complete utter garbage. The app. And the amp. If it doesnt work, throw it in the trash. Dont curse a friend with the same trash bag you were blessed with. Just throw it in the garbage.
stinger0625 last edited by
So you got a new phone and now it won't connect to the new phone?
griffinneubauer last edited by
@jerryboy-white You should be grateful you aren't getting shocked like I am with my Spark amp. I got one of the first ones, and since day 1 the amp will start crackling and buzzing and then when I lay my right forearm across the strings I get a little tingling zap. I complained to Positive Grid and they wanted me to send them a video! "A video of what?" I asked. "How am I going to show you I'm getting zapped?" This doesn't happen with any of my other guitars or amps and cables and I live in a house that is less than 2 years old with code-compliant wiring. Does your Spark amp's power brick have a rat tail with no 3rd ground prong or even a polarized 2 prong plug? I got a power brick with a 2 prong unpolarized rat tail. I haven't seen an unpolarized 2 prong plug on anything other than one of my grandmother's table lamps from the 1950's. I complained about getting shocked and after a lot of hassle Positive Grid did send me another power brick, but not a new rat tail. After not playing the Spark for over a year I decided to plug it in, and there is the crackle followed by the zap!
mhmercer last edited by mhmercer
@jerryboy-white If you are using an iPhone, Quit the Spark app, don't just close it click here to see how. Go to the iPhone's SETTINGS->Bluetooth and disconnect the Spark 40 Audio's Bluetooth connection. Re-start the Spark app. Click on Connect.
For some reason, the Spark app gets confused when a Bluetooth connection is unexpectedly active, and one tries to connect to it. My Spark app closes and quits.
Steve Welsh last edited by
so, it work4ed until you got a new iphone? couldn't be the iphone could it? if you use shit to shovel gold it will look like shit, maybe use something better than crappy iphones?