#1
So I'm going to jam to a keyboardist's house in a hour. I'm supposed to use his amp with my multi-fx (Boss GT-8. Emulates amps so it sounds good without an amp). I just want to make sure that I won't damage his amp for some bizarre electronic thing that I don't know about.
So... Is it safe?
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#2
I do this every day with my Digitech GNX4 into a 180-watt Behringer keyboard amp.

We also use that keyboard amp for our Roland digital drums.

Just make sure that if you have a switch (or button) for amp vs speaker mode you have it in "amp" mode.
#3
Also, turn on your Boss (with the volume all the way down) before you turn on the amp (with the vol down). Then turn up the volume on the Boss & Keyboard, then on the amp.
#4
its possible, but dont be suprised if it ends up sounding like crap.


Epiphone Hummingbird
Epiphone Futura Custom Prophecy (Twin EMG)
Vox Valvetronix VT20+
Vox Wah
Boss MD-2
Danelectro Cool Cat Drive
Boss EQ


#7
a friend of my band uses a big roland keyboard amp, but he also uses a £400 rack modeller and preamp and a POD XT live.

Epiphone Hummingbird
Epiphone Futura Custom Prophecy (Twin EMG)
Vox Valvetronix VT20+
Vox Wah
Boss MD-2
Danelectro Cool Cat Drive
Boss EQ


#8
It's no problem, I've done the same in the past very often. Have the volume on the Boss set low though and see how far you can turn it up, I was able to get a friend's PA and amps to clip when I had my multi's volume all the way up - it doesn't necessarily damage the amp, but at the very least sounds like rubbish.

If it's a good keyboard amp and you take your time to eventually readjust the gain and EQ settings on your Boss, you should get a good sound out of it.