#1
http://peavey.com/products/browse.cfm/action/detail/item/116535/Bandit(R)%20112.cfm

its similar to that, except the speaker is 115. it isnt my amp, as i cant afford an amp, but its the amp i use in my band, it actually has a really deep low end, and pretty good highs..

what are the chances of wrecking that thing with a bass (when playing 75-100% volume with lead, of course)
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#2
about 100%
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http://peavey.com/products/browse.cfm/action/detail/item/116535/Bandit(R)%20112.cfm

its similar to that, except the speaker is 115. it isnt my amp, as i cant afford an amp, but its the amp i use in my band, it actually has a really deep low end, and pretty good highs..

what are the chances of wrecking that thing with a bass (when playing 75-100% volume with lead, of course)


I've never seen a guitar amp with 115.. Numbered list time!

1) It's actually 112 and you just can't measure.
2) You're using a plain ol' Peavety monitor.
3) You lucked out and you're actually using a bass amp.

If it IS indeed a guitar amp, I demand sound clips of the tone you love so much. That and I wanna laugh when I hear the speaker explode.
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#4
Hmmm...."12” Blue Marvel(R) speaker." They also use the "Blue Marvel" speakers in their small bass combo amps. Might just be a generic name for the speakers and have different styles/sizes of "Blue Marvel" speakers for different purposes though.
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Hmmm...."12” Blue Marvel(R) speaker." They also use the "Blue Marvel" speakers in their small bass combo amps. Might just be a generic name for the speakers and have different styles/sizes of "Blue Marvel" speakers for different purposes though.

My old Peavey practice amp(guitar) uses Blue Marvel.
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#6
It'll work for alittle, but eventually, the things blowing.

I wanna ask though, what if you take a guitar head, and put it into a bass cab? Logically it should work, but idk?
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#7
It'll work, but the EQ won't result in a good sound.
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It'll work, but the EQ won't result in a good sound.


Not worried about good, just not hurting anything. You see, my friend has a half stack (guitar) and just a bass cab, and instead of lugging my stuff, I'd rather just do that for jam sessions.
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I've never seen a guitar amp with 115.. Numbered list time!

1) It's actually 112 and you just can't measure.
2) You're using a plain ol' Peavety monitor.
3) You lucked out and you're actually using a bass amp.

If it IS indeed a guitar amp, I demand sound clips of the tone you love so much. That and I wanna laugh when I hear the speaker explode.


its a guitar amp, i dont remember what the name is, but on the pic, where it says 112, on the amp i'm using it says 115

but yes its at my buddies house and he's away for a few days, iunno when i'll be there next to record its tone
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#11
I used to use a really old Bandit in school, and it did actually sound pretty good. I pushed to it's limits quite a few times, and there was no sign of the signal breaking up whatsoever.
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i calculate a 150% chance it will break
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#13
i've got a valvestate 80W combo, and i use this for practising....but it's likely to break if i crank it, right? Its got a 15 inch speaker in there, which is larger than alot of bass speakers....is there something else in the speaker makeup thatll make this unsuitable?
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#14
Well, they make Blue Marvel 15" guitar speakers. This means that the speaker isn't designed for bass frequencies, it's just bigger and deeper.

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SOUNDCLIPS. NAO.

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i've got a valvestate 80W combo, and i use this for practising....but it's likely to break if i crank it, right? Its got a 15 inch speaker in there, which is larger than alot of bass speakers....is there something else in the speaker makeup thatll make this unsuitable?


The speaker still isn't made for bass frequencies. Low frequencies will still damage it. It will just give guitar a deeper voicing.
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