#1
This shouldn't be here, but it will be gone in just a sec.

Also, I don't really know which forum it would go into.

But will playing an acoustic through an electric guitar amp damage any of my gear in any way?

Would it be alright?
#2
It will be fine, it makes my acoustic sound more like a semi-hollow body than a true acoustic but it still sounds nice.

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#3
It'll be fine. The only thing I know of that will damage a guitar amp is a bass.
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#4
Yeah, as far as I know, you're good. It'll sound really really bad, but you won't damage anything.
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#5
Quote by BigFatSandwich
Yeah, as far as I know, you're good. It'll sound really really bad, but you won't damage anything.


That's your opinion, but I think mine sounds fine. Not as realistic an acoustic tone as through an acoustic amp but it's not bad by any stretch of the imagination.

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#6
Quote by Necrophagist777
That's your opinion, but I think mine sounds fine. Not as realistic an acoustic tone as through an acoustic amp but it's not bad by any stretch of the imagination.

That's fine. Tone is always subjective, anyway.
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#7
It'll work if the acoustic has a pickup, if not you'll barely get a sound out of it(by using a mic I mean).
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#8
Quote by BigFatSandwich
That's fine. Tone is always subjective, anyway.


I'm not really an acoustic player anyways, when I play something through my amp with my Acoustic it's normally something that would suit a semi-hollowbody anyway, like Jazz.

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