#1
does it make any damage if i put a lany head to a worse old 60 Watt Bass-combo?- for a box
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#3
what type of laney head?
does the combo have in input other than a guitar input. cause that's not going to work.

if not and the ohms match and the watts are covered, would u want to add an input?
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#4
no look...

there's 2 rooms i run my amp, there's my actual box in the other room - and because i don t want to carry these 60 poundz always from one point to another, i thought about to run my Amp-Head with a Bass-combo which is very old and dosen t matter if it got damaged but it does if my head has any lacks after useing it this way...

... are there any problems of useing it this way?
sry for my english

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#5
yes, i understand. im saying.

the bass combo needs to have an input FOR A HEAD. not for a guitar.
and the speaker in the combo needs to match in ohms, the laney ohms.

and if there is no input for a head, u would need to attach a new input for it to work.
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#6
the bass combo has the same in like the heads out...

.... i only wanna know if there can something be destroyed if i run the sys like this
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#7
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the bass combo has the same in like the heads out...

.... i only wanna know if there can something be destroyed if i run the sys like this


You can't plug the guitar head where you would plug the bass guitar.

The output coming from the bass guitar is around 0 watts.

The output from your head is going to be a lot more than that, and will probably make your bass amp go KABLOOOOOOOOOOOIE!!!!
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#8
hmm okay

thank ya thats what i ve wanted 2 hear - or not
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#9
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KABLOOOOOOOOOOOIE!!!!



u just wanted to say kablooie.
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#10
Jenny usually provides pics in threads like these...

If you don't use that bass amp as an amp anymore, you can disconnect the amp from the speaker, and install a simple 1/4" speaker input jack onto the speaker. You could then plug your head's speaker out directly into your new input on the speaker.
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