#1
is there such a thing? i have an old bass amp i'm rebuilding, and i wanted to make one input more guitar friendly and keep the other input stock for bass, but i wanted to know if it's worth the trouble.
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#2
I dunno about a 'multi-purpose' speaker but I've heard of many guitarists using bass cabs under their guitar heads. I guess just look around for bass speakers that sound good with guitar.
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#4
Use bass speakers. They sound awesome for guitar too.

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#5
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Use bass speakers. They sound awesome for guitar too.

will do. any suggestions? I want a pretty mellow sound, because i've heard that the amp i'm rebuilding (Gibson Thor bass amp) is has a rather bright tone. I'm not sure if this is correct, but is the general rule bigger speaker=warmer/fatter sound? Would it be better to get a fifteen inch or a twelve inch speaker?
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#6
anyone?
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#7
anyone?
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