#1
So the guitar amp that I currently have is a piece of crap. But I don't really want to spend money on a new amp right now, can I just buy a distortion pedal or multieffects pedal and use it with my bass amp? Since my bass amp doesn't have a built in overdrive feature.
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Quote by bennej1
yeah you can buy bass overdrive / distortion pedals.

a bass pedal would work on a guitar?
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Guitarists have been using bass amps for years, ever heard of a Bassman? Yeah, thats definitely not a guitar amp
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nope, bass amps have full range speakers so it should be fine.

it should work well with the multi-effect.
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Quote by gregs1020
nope, bass amps have full range speakers so it should be fine.

it should work well with the multi-effect.



You'll want to experiment with turning the tweeter or horn off.


Aren't those guitar pedals?


Yes. Fuzz pedals and other guitar pedals have been used with bass guitars, with great results. Think outside the box.
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As I understand it, you're planning on playing a guitar through your bass amp, right? If so, I'd recommend some sort of multi-effect pedal
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Aren't those guitar pedals?

Aren't you planning on playing a guitar?
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