#1
Ill keep it short, took up bass in my band as our old player left and i'm not half bad but i have no decent live bass amp. So if i bought a bass head, probably a Hartke. Could i run it through my old Marshall 4x12 cab or would there be some serious impedance issues and would it blow up?
#2
If you wanna risk breaking the cab, go for it. Guitar head through a bass cab is doable - see: lemmy - but guitar speakers are not made to handle the frequencies and pure unbridled awesome of a bass
DONT RISK IT, BUY A BASS AMP
Last edited by moody git at Oct 27, 2013,
#3
Ah fair enough then, thought i could kill two birds with one stone but nevermind. TC Electronic amps it is then!
#4
Yeah, bass through whatever amp and guitar cab would end up risking, and probably damaging the guitar cab's speakers, since they don't have the excursion capability a bass speaker has. Just try to get a decent 1X15 cab if budget is low.
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