#1
The quick question is that can I plug a microphone to a guitar or bass amp and use it properly without damaging it, instead of the original mixer-speaker combination?
#2
You can, but it'll sound like ass.
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#3
Yeah, you'll not ruin anything but you'll sound pretty damn funny.

Also don't use distortion, even low sensitivity mic's create a hell of a lot of feedback.
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#4
It'll get the job done. Won't sound great. If it's jus for practice it may be good enough. If it will get long term use I'd eventually try to upgrade to a small pa or even a keyboard amp.
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#7
I've done this before. Nice if oyu want to sing through effects but doesn't sound "good".