#1
is there any problem if i connect my guitar amp (a roland microcube) to my bass amp (a small peavey practice amp...can't remember model number and whatnot) such that the sound output is coming from the bass amp? i'm messing around with using the microcube's built-in effects on bass, and just want to make sure that this won't damage my microcube in any way, as i know that playing basses through guitar amplifiers is generally not a good idea. i'm plugged into the Roland microcube, but my bass amp is the one that the sound comes out from...is this ok?
#2
I've never been wild about daisey chaining amps.

If you were talking about a slave/power amp that would be one thing...

but i never needed more than my SVT can deliver anyway...

( Ok, i used a Direct Box in conjunction with my SVT for a couple of outdoor gigs )
Gear:
Charvel/Jackson 3B Bass
Jackson CMG Bass
Ibanez BTB575FM 5-String Bass
Vintage 70s Ampeg V9 SVT/ Ampeg 8x10 Cab
Fender Deluxe Blackout Telecaster

Angelus Mortem
Last edited by Angelus Mortem at Feb 5, 2007,
#3
Quote by Angelus Mortem
I've never been wild about daisey chaining amps.

If you were talking about a slave/power amp that would be one thing...

but i never needed more than my SVT can deliver anyway...

SVT is much different than his little combo...anyways i have not heard something like that, i would imagine it would not be a good idea
Gear: 08 Fender MIA Jazz bass,
American Peavey Millenium Plus 4,
GK 1001RBII,
Mesa/Boogie RR215,
Schecter C-1 Classic.