#5
The kick drum will blow the speaker to bits. Use a PA.
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#6
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Unless you're just using the amp for practicing with, at conversation volume.
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#7
i've seen people use their amps for electric drums
im planning on using my electronic drums on my guitar amps when i purchase a set.
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#8
Quote by Cathbard
The kick drum will blow the speaker to bits. Use a PA.


+1. The air pressure that will generate is very bad for a guitar speaker.
#9
Yeah, bass amp would probably be better. Also, I don't think it would sound very good with a tube amp. For some reason the idea of tube saturated drums (assuming it's loud enough to push the tubes) just sounds bad.
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