#1
hey, i was just wondering, my cousin has been learning bass through a pretty crappy keyboard amp, however, i really like the tone that he is getting out of it, its got a nice mid range to it, which i tend to favor over real deep stuff,

anyway, would it be ok to run a bass through a large (as big as they pretty much come) keyboard amp without blowing anything?
or:
could i run a output from the keyboard amp to a larger amp (bass amp) and still acheive the same sound?
or:
should i run it through effects and staight into a keyboard amp?
#4
No problem... your question was a bit more specific than the other one...


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#5
Roland Keyboard amps are nice with a bass through em. we have 3-4 bass amps at my school, a fender rumble, a roland keyboard amp, and 2 traynors, and the roland by far is the nicest IMO. and also nice features.
#6
wuld using a keyboard amp take some 'thump' out of the lower notes? like kind of like compression...
#7
Keyboard amps are made the handle frequencies just as low, if not, lower then those you can make with a bass so it shoudl be able to handle the "thump" fine.
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#8
okay, thanks!

would it be a good idea to get a keyboard amp instead of a bass amp if I were to play high up as well as low?

and are keboard amps more expensive than bass amps for the same quality?