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Random Question    06:05 on Monday, November 10, 2008

LED_ZEP_MIK
(109 points)

Hey everyone...I know this may seem like a noob question but is it wise to use a bass with normal guitar amp....

I would really like to buy a bass yet am too cheap to buy a bass amp...

Any advice would be appreciated...

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Re: Random Question    16:04 on Tuesday, November 11, 2008

jonthestrummer
(6 points)

Why not? Personally, I play my bass through my guitar amp, and it never harmed my equipment. Also, Chris Squire of Yes plays his bass through a guitar amp, so it can't be that bad. Getting a bass amp just might give you a better sound.

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Re: Random Question    06:03 on Thursday, November 13, 2008
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Re: Random Question    19:10 on Saturday, November 29, 2008

eastonj
(136 points)

this is a STUPID question LMAO

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Re: Random Question    06:06 on Saturday, December 27, 2008

sirdeltalot
(11 points)

hey east, its not that stupid-until you try it you've got no idea what it might sound like.

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Re: Random Question    17:54 on Tuesday, December 30, 2008

eastonj
(136 points)

u can use a regular amp it works


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Re: Random Question    00:29 on Thursday, January 08, 2009

Drew945101
(10 points)

It will tecnicly work but it wont sound right, it will sound realy twangy and wont have enough power to make the base sound, fyi thats y thay make base amps LOL JK, but thay make small base amps that r like 70 - 80 bucks, like 35 "watt"ers, go with first act

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Re: Random Question    03:11 on Thursday, January 08, 2009

theholytaco
(175 points)

You can only play it quietly otherwise you run the risk of blowing the speaker. It does happen!

   

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