#1
is this safe?
to run a bass (with Actives) through a DD-7?
LTD F-104 (i think, it's not my bass, nor
my DD-7)
Thanks
#2
Yes. Pedals cannot get damaged by putting a signal through them (it is what they are made for). Your amp's speakers on the other hand could die (assuming you will be using your XXX or FW)

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[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']Boss pedals may be built like tanks but I would rather buy a cardboard box that is on my side than pay for a tank that is working against me.
#3
Quote by Dr.Pain-MD
Yes. Pedals cannot get damaged by putting a signal through them (it is what they are made for). Your amp's speakers on the other hand could die (assuming you will be using your XXX or FW)


thanks, i just wanted to make sure
the low frequencies wouldn't dick with it.

but no, i'd be playing through my friend's
bass amp.
#4
=P
Gimme my pedal back! Haha.

Hijacking the thread: Are screwing around with the oscillations on delay pedals
very good for the speakers? Because I find that it can often go into a REALLY low,
powerful chugging rhythm that cannot be too great for the guitar speakers.
Should I be too concerned?
100w Peavey Valveking Head
Mesa Rectifier 4x12 Standard Cab
Ibanez RG 321
Boss DD-7
iSP Decimator x2
BBE Boosta Grande
Modded Crybaby
MXR Blue Box
Numark Power Conditioner
Korg DTR-1000