#1
I read this on another guitar forum from a pro musician. He said that the bass speaker will not reproduce highs very well so replacing the speaker will make the guitar sound good on a bass amp.

Any truth to this?
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#2
It isn't just the speakers. Bass amplifiers are designed to amplify the lower frequencies of the bass. Only a few bass amplifiers have been considered good guitar amplifiers - the Ampeg SVT being chief among them. If you replace the bass speaker(s) with a guitar speaker(s), DO NOT play a bass through that amplifier! You will destroy the guitar speaker(s) in a very short time.
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#3
Quote by OldRocker
I read this on another guitar forum from a pro musician. He said that the bass speaker will not reproduce highs very well so replacing the speaker will make the guitar sound good on a bass amp.


That's a pretty broad statement. It really depends on the speakers involved, and isn't true across the board.