After years of being a silent reader, i decided to create a tdpri account and be a part of the community. So, hello! On with my issue. I have a Vox Pathfinder 15R (Korean model, V9168R) and love it very very much (both for tone and sentimental reason, it is my first ever amp). However, lately it's been developing an issue that, after a bit of researching, i think is what people call the 'cambridgitis'. Volume drop, goes into ugly fizzy sound very early, sustain cuts off, and crackling noises. First of all, please keep in mind that i know nothing about electronics (and i mean, NOTHING). I found out that my issue is most likely caused by the tremolo pots. The speed pot doesn't have a start and end point, and it crackles a bit when i turn it. So my question is, can i completely cut off the tremolo circuit on the amp? If so, how do i do it? I never use the amp tremolo anyway as i got it covered from my ms50g so i feel like cutting it won't do any harm to my sound. Thanks in advance!