#2
I doubt it since you aren't using the amps speaker, but why not just get a bass amp?
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#3
Yeah, i thought so too.

My bassist friend was wanting to practice with it and his bass amp is super shitty.
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I doubt it since you aren't using the amps speaker, but why not just get a bass amp?

Because headphones are much cheaper.

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#5
You'd be fine. The risk of damaging the amp circuitry if fairly low and since you're bypassing the speaker's output completely you pose no risk to it. FYI. since you're using headphones this doesn't apply to you but often running bass cabs off guitar heads can pose a problem due the decreased size of the output transformer on a guitar amp vs a bass amp. The output transformer on a bass head is 3-6 times larger then on a guitar amp meaning that the transformer on a guitar amp can quickly overheat depending on the quality and output size of the unit so if you ever attempt this be mindful of this scenario.
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