#2
Bass amp's aren't made to handle the frequencies of guitars. You could bust your speaker and would end up sounding like **** anyway,
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Bass amp's aren't made to handle the frequencies of guitars. You could bust your speaker and would end up sounding like **** anyway,

actually, it wouldn't be that bad. if you plugged a bass into a guitar amp, THEN you'll be speaker breaking

TS, it might not sound great, but it shouldn't hurt
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#4
basses are much more powerful than guitars, so the other way around would hurt. but a guitar into a bass amp wouldn't hurt.
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Bass amp's aren't made to handle the frequencies of guitars. You could bust your speaker and would end up sounding like **** anyway,


blasphemy lol. its actually when u plug bass into guitar amps

experiment with the acoustic into bass u might be able to get a nice low tone, i have seen and heard some pretty nice tones out of electric-bass amp.
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Bass amp's aren't made to handle the frequencies of guitars. You could bust your speaker and would end up sounding like **** anyway,


this is actually not true. Most of the time bass amps can handle guitars. They just don't sound very good. Guitar amps can't handle bass frequencies.
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#8
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Should I plug into my Stereo or Mono input?


mono if you have one speaker. Stereo if you have two.
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#9
Playing a guitar through a bass amp is prettymuch okay. playing a bass through a guitar amp....is bad though. But it should work, may not sound pretty, but it should work.
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#10
Plugging an acoustic into an electric guitar amp wouldn't hurt either then? For some reason it just seems strange to me.
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Plugging an acoustic into an electric guitar amp wouldn't hurt either then? For some reason it just seems strange to me.


No, it wouldn't hurt the amp. It won't sound great with an acoustic internal microphone though, probably a ton of feedback...but you get that with most amps. If its a magnetic soundhole pickup, which works just like an electric pickup, you can actually get a decent half-acoustic half-electric tone out of it.

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No, it wouldn't hurt the amp. It won't sound great with an acoustic internal microphone though, probably a ton of feedback...but you get that with most amps. If its a magnetic soundhole pickup, which works just like an electric pickup, you can actually get a decent half-acoustic half-electric tone out of it.

BTW, I thought your sig said "RIP Brian May" and I was like "OMG HOW DID I NOT KNOW?"


Haha thats funny, I'm actually listening to Queen as I type this.
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