#1
Hey guys I just got offered a used bass cab, and not being a bass player I'm wondering if I can run a normal head for an electric guitar through it? I'm not really an expert when it comes to switching things up between bass and 6-strings so, any help or advice would be appreciated
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#3
it should work as long as the ohm ratings match, you should notice it sounds more bassy than it would normally
#4
It's fine if the impedences match.

But not the other way around.
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#5
Thanks. So I'm assuming with all the bottom end I'd get pretty muddy cleans then? Or does it just depend on the head I run though it?
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#6
Hey dude, I play a tube guitar amp through an ampeg bass cab. The cleans are very nice and round, not at all muddy. It definitely works and I have always played through bass cabs rather than guitar cabs. I recommend it
#7
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Thanks. So I'm assuming with all the bottom end I'd get pretty muddy cleans then? Or does it just depend on the head I run though it?


Speakers aimed at clean tones tend to have alot of ultra-high end. I'd imagine the cleans wouldn't sound much regardless of the head used.
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#8
Alright thanks. I'm not huge on cleans anyways, I was just wondering how versatile the two would be together
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