#1
Well, I play mandolin as well as guitar, and while I have a nice acoustic mandolin, I found this to be very interesting.

I would love to be able to mess around with effects pedals and etc. with a mandolin, but I know the mandolin has a very high pitch.
I know that the low frequencies of a bass are bad for guitar speakers, but what about the high ones of a mandolin?


EDIT-Ohhh wow, I apologize for the size of that picture.

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#2
I don't think it would damage your amp. Hell, my whammy pedal goes up two octaves and my speaker handles those extremely high frequencies no problem.
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#3
Yeah, you'd be totally fine. I've played stranger things through a guitar amp.
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#4
Awesome.
I'm definitely going to have to pick one of those up.
Should be a ton of fun.

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#5
Wow that's an awesome mandolin!

I 'm pretty sure it will be fine, just maybe keep it on the clean channel for a bit.


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