#1
If, say, a guitarist wanted to acheive a sludge/stoner metal tone and plugged his guitar into his bassist's amp, would said bassist's amp's speaker blow out?

Or would any negative effects happen that I'd have to pay for?
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Quote by eggsandham2
cuz ppl hate how power metal they are cuz they think its "gay" or w.e, which is immature and dirogitory
#3
That's what I thought it was.

I was hoping to try this next band practice, since I hear many sludge bands do this.

Goredit: Referring to the tone, my bassist's amp has distortion and I own an overdrive. So tube bass amp + that should = goodness that i want.
R.I.P. Charles Michael "Evil Chuck" Schuldiner
B. May 13 1967 - D. December 13 2001

Quote by eggsandham2
cuz ppl hate how power metal they are cuz they think its "gay" or w.e, which is immature and dirogitory
#4
The amp would be fine, the speaker may not be. You'd be much safer running the bass amp into a guitar cab.

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#5
I've been doing that for years, no problems, I use every pedal under the sun and it sounds awesome. It's better for making a warm tone, and it's really good for heavy metal rhythm guitarist.
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#6
nvm...
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