#1
If I buy a mic, can I just plug it into a guitar/bass amp and have it sound alright? Or is there a certain mic amp I should check out.

There isn't any gear section about mics and singing in this forum...
#2
That's because It's a guitar site.
I'm sure it will work if you plug in, but if it'll sound nice is a bit of a guess...
#3
Make sure you check if the mic needs phantom power or not. If it does, you're going to have to get a phantom power adapter, they aren't too expensive though. As far as plugging it into the amp, for practice it's not too much of a problem, but when it comes to performing, you'll want a PA system.
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#4
into a guitar amp it shouldnt sound to band as long as you dont have the treble up high in a bass amp it will sound very deep and lower than normal.
mics are designed to go striaght into a pa system and not through an amp but it shouldnt do any real damage to either amp
#5
You'll most likely get hella feedback.
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#6
It won't damage anything, as crackhutch said, check if it needs phantom power, but a vocal mic probably won't.

It won't sound particularly wonderful though, look into getting a PA system for it.
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