#1
Hey guys, Does anyone know if its possible to blow a lil 15W ashton buska amp with a standard bass guitar at medium volume?

Reason why i am asking is because I cant be botherd moving my proper bass rig back and forth from my mates place and was wondering if it would be ok to just practice with this lil buska amp at home.
#3
Should be perfectly fine at quietish volumes.
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#4
Just watch out for the speaker...if you start hearing rattling or a lower rumbling, stop.
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Just watch out for the speaker...if you start hearing rattling or a lower rumbling, stop.


or keep going and make fireworks


seriously, do stop
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^Lol...there won't even be fireworks.
Just a busted speaker.
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#7
What about if i put the Bass through the amp and then use headphones
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#9
that wouldnt make it any worse
just be sure to keep the volume your bass turned low
the volume on the amp shouldnt cause any problems
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What about if i put the Bass through the amp and then use headphones


It'll be fine if you use headphones.

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just be sure to keep the volume your bass turned low
the volume on the amp shouldnt cause any problems


I'm not sure what you mean here....but if the volume on the amp is up high then there is a strong chance of blowing the speaker. The level of the volume knob on the bass actually has no relevance as long as the sound coming from the amp is fairly quiet.
#11
can you blow an amp? i know you can blow a speaker, but if it's a combo the amp could blow the speaker if ur on max all the time, i would just turn your bass all the way up and change the volume on the amp itself
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#12
sorry to slightly hijack this thread, but what would hapen if you ran a cube30 into a 200watt bass amp to use the effects, the seaker ould not be used
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speaker would still be used. Most guitar combos don't stop outputting out of their original speaker just because you put something in the 'output'.
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