#1
will it mess it up? I know it will if its bass on a guitar amp ,when its loud.
#2
nope.
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#3
no, I used to do it all the time.
My Rig:

Fender Telecaster
Epiphone Es-335 Deluxe
Line 6 Flextone 3 XL
Norman B-50
1980 Fender Acoustic

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#4
It will mess up if its bass guitar with an electric amp because electric amps can't handle the low frequiencies. Sorry for going off topic^^
Gear:
Black Jackson Dinky 2
Peavey Envoy 110
and that's it.
#5
Actually, I've done both (don't listen to people who haven't)

Running a guitar through a bass amp is safe,
and it creates an interesting new tone that could breathe life into your style and creativity..

Now, Running a Bass through a Guitar amp has yet to kill any of my amps,
but it just doesn't sound good, so running it through a bass amp is better...
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#6
Lacuna Coil (Or how ever you spell it) There guitarist use 7 string guitars With A bass Amp head Pump't thru A guitar amp on some songs its an awesome Sound, Oh And I tryed my P-bass Thru a crappy Marshall Practice Amp for the heck of it and it sounded ok (NOT GREAT) but ok, needless to say I'll stick with my bass amp,
Last edited by Spade1 at Jul 28, 2006,