#1
I own a fender acoustic guitar with a fishman, a Marshall as50d and a sound city sc40 - can I plug the acoustic into my sc40 with no risk of doing any damage?


I wanna hear it with overdrive

No, seriously, one amp is far more easy to carry than 2!

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#2
It will work, but electric guitar amps can't reproduce the frequency range of an acoustic so it won't sound all that great.

Bass amps work much better (provided they have a tweeter) -if your bass player has a spare input, ask nicely and he might let you use it!
#4
Kyle is right, it's not gonna hurt anything but it's not going to sound that good. What you could do, however, is get a magnetic soundhole pickup for the acoustic and string it up with nickel strings. Magnetic soundhole pickups have the right impedance for an electric guitar amp so they work much better. A lot of great 60's and 70's acoustic rockers used magnetic soundhole pickups and electric guitar amps.
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#5
when i use my flat top i run it threw a main squeeze and tone driver pedal from digitech and plug that in to a creat amp . the tone driver helps to pick up where the flat top leves off i get a damn good sound out of that .it like a pre amp it gives it more balls to get out there you mite say . you got to work with setings to get your sound but it dose work fine i do this all the time .