#1
Ok, I'm going to jam next week with a kid I recently met at school who happens to play guitar.

Only problem is... he doesn't own an amp (he actually owns a Ibanez starter pack amp but that doesn't count.)

Yep, so I might bring my guitar amp and my bro's bass amp to jam, I probably will use the bass amp so I'm wondering if I put a Epiphone Les Paul Custom through a BOSS MT-2 though my bro's bass amp will it damage it in any way?

I know guitars can be played through them but I'm not sure of the pedal...
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#2
It will probably be fine.
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#4
It should be fine..
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#5
I need to know if it will definitely be ok, because I'm not sure because it's a pedal for GUITAR effects, not bass.

Also it's my bro's amp, I screw it up, I'm ****ed.
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#6
It will be 100%, completely fine. You can't play a Bass through a guitar amp (without a specifically designed speaker), but guitar through a bass will cause no damage.
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#8
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Won't damage it, but it will sound like crap.

Actually, bass amps sound amazing with guitar played through it. It will sound gnarley (like the last poster said). I actually know a guy who uses an MT-2 through a bass stack in a grindcore band and it sounds great.
#9
when i first started playing i played bass, but soon after switched over to guitar so my first set up was a boss ds-1 through a peavey max 126(bass amp). sounded a hell of a lot better then the squier sp-10(terrible starter guitar amp) my brother had from his first guitar pack.
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#10
Thanks guys, I might try it tomorrow
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#11
I can't stand that pedal, but in all honesty it'd probably sound ok!

The biggest problem with the MT2 is it's pissweak thin, fizzy tone - stick that through a bass amp with decent speakers and the improved low end resonance might actually compensate for the pedals biggest flaws.

Might be crap too.
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#12
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Actually, bass amps sound amazing with guitar played through it. It will sound gnarley (like the last poster said). I actually know a guy who uses an MT-2 through a bass stack in a grindcore band and it sounds great.