#1
I know that you can play a guitar through bass speakers and not hurt them but i was wondering if a bass head rated at 4 ohms would hurt guitar speakers rated at 8 ohms. ihave no idea what ohms means people have tried explain it to me but i still cant seem to grasp it
#2
It will beat the crap out of the speakers, since the frequencies arn't suited to guitar. Aside from soundng like ass.
Basses
Ibanez Gio GSR100 w/ SDs

Amps
Acoustic B200
#3
yer.. ohms is the amount of residence
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#5
Don't know what is was exactly.. but something like.. when you play at a to high volume level you can realy mess up your pre-amp.. of course, when the impedance is 4 ohm on your speakers and 8 ohm's on your amp (or was it the other way arround? )

Don't know for sure.. it was something like that
Gear:

Richwood LP Custom Black (with Gibson P490R & T Pu's)
Ibanez GRX 40 (with EMG's)

Hughes&Kettner Tour Reverb Head
London city 2x 12" cabinet
#6
Quote by The Casualty
Yeah, you can do it, but I wouldn't recommend you do.


you cant do it. the ohms are a mismatch and the speakers cant handle it.


so if u tried. u could fry the amp head (mismatch) and blow the speakers all at the same time.
Jenneh

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