#1
I don't have a bass amp, so what can I do to have an okay sound come out of the amp? It sounds TERRIBLE, it's muffled like crazy. Or is this just the sound I'm going to get with this amp until I get a new one?

Does anyone play with this set up? Any special settings to put it on so it sounds decent? Or it could be because it's a cheap Fender amp..
#3
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#4
its cause its a guitar amp now stop or u'll break it unless u wanna plug headphones into it which you could do.
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#5


if you play a bass through a guitar amp, youll break the amp
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#6
There is no way to make a guitar amp sound good with a bass. You will probably end up damaging the speakers. Get a bass amp, even if it's just a small practice amp. It will sound much better and be much safer. Consult the FAQ for good beginner amps.
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#8
Electric guitar amp's should have a notice printed on them:

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#9
i have some theorectical qustions for you on the subject:

what if i only play note in the octave range of a guitar?

why do they make octave pedals that go an octave lower, surely arnt they breaking it too?

we should put this in the FAQ
#10
Quote by 2112pk
i have some theorectical qustions for you on the subject:

what if i only play note in the octave range of a guitar?

why do they make octave pedals that go an octave lower, surely arnt they breaking it too?

we should put this in the FAQ


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#11
Quote by 2112pk
i have some theorectical qustions for you on the subject:

what if i only play note in the octave range of a guitar?

why do they make octave pedals that go an octave lower, surely arnt they breaking it too?

we should put this in the FAQ


Are you asking if you couls use a bass with ovtaver, or why octavers don't break guitar amps? If #2, overtones and subharmonics.
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