#1
I'd better first tell you what amp I own. It's a Peavey Classic 30.

Ok, the first question is about the gear I have that I use with it, not about the actual amp itself.

I have a Boss Loop Station and I'm scared to use the guide on it because I know a bass guitar will ruin an amp, but can a drum machine ruin one?

Second question is about the dist./reverb on my amplifyer.

I have a single footswitch and I can do 3 things with it.

I can:
A) Use it to switch from clean to dist.
B) Use it to turn the reverb on/off
C) Use it to turn both on/off simultaniously. When dist. is on, reverb is on. Clean doesn't have reverb like this.

I want to be able to turn both on/off indepentantly. Would getting a footswitch with 2 switches do this, or would I be throwing my money away?
#3
It shouldn't, unless you're cranking your amp, your speakers are somewhere around 45W, and that drum machine puts out frequencies that resemble bass guitar.
#5
It didn't think the drum machines in those put out excessive amounts of bass?
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