#1
I need something to run vocals through at band practice, so could I plug my bass and microphone into a mixer, then run that through my halfstacK? I know you can't really run anything but a guitar through a guitar amp, but I've heard bass amps are ok for most things.
#3
I used to do that. It won't damage anything as long as you connect properly. And also, avoid mic feedback. That's best done by increasing the volume of your amp and turning it away from the mic/twords a wall.
#5
Quote by Alex Vik
Ok, how would I go about connecting it properly?


Basically like you would connect a bass - make sure that the mixer output isn't clipping.
#6
Quote by nesveikuolis
Basically like you would connect a bass - make sure that the mixer output isn't clipping.

Ok, I've got a little "clip" light on my amp, so that makes it that much easier. Thanks.

Oh, and I plug it into the Active input, right?
#8
I use mine for it and it works fine. =]
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#9
Quote by Alex Vik

Oh, and I plug it into the Active input, right?



If your mixer has a low gain/passive output - use the passive input. Otherwise - active, or Line In, if possible. If you don't know - try plugging in the mixer and playing some bass only - if it distorts, reduce input or plug into active.