#1
okay im a guitar player but i happen to have a bass lying around the house. some buddys asked me to fill in and play bass for them in a gig this saturday. i only have a shitty crate 8watt amp and i need to be able to play loud enoguh with a full band. i have a line 6 spider II 120 watt amp that i use for my guitar. is it safe to use this for the gig? it will just be in a gym and wont need to be too loud, just loud enough to hear it a little bit. the song is when i come around so it wont be any low bass frequencys or anything and it will probably be 1/3 to half way up. is this safe? i am not going to risk killing my new amp i just got it for xmas.
#2
If it is still returnable to the store... break the hell out of it. It's a crappy amp.

If not, then I wouldn't... I doubt the speaker was designed to output those low bass frequencies very loud. It probably wouldn't sound too good either.
#3
no, it will sound like shit, and you will be mercilessly beaten with your bass... and you still may screw up the speaker
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#4
i dont recommend playing anything through a line 6, hahh just playing.
but the speakers are definetaly not desiged to handle the lower frequencies, i wouldnt risk it
#5
You'll probably blow it after a few minutes. Don't do it unless you don't need the amp, want to be made fun of by your bandmates, want to sound terrible, and are an idiot.
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#8
I've done that for a single band practise

It doesn't sound great but its adequate enough

Playing with the inbuilt effects is a lot of fun