#1
I have a digitech gnx3000 and a kustom practice guitar amp. Lately, I have been thinking about getting a bass and was wondering if I ran it through my effects pedal (which does work with bass, i checked the manual.), will i need a bass amp or will I be ok with my guitar amp since its running through the pedal?
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#2
The lower bass frequencies would still cause damage to the amp, I'd only suggest this method if the amp is expendable.
#3
my amp's a piece, and i do the same thing you are thinking of doing. and so far, so good. it'll probably f-up our amps, but better than nothing
#4
i did it for a while, needless to say, the amp is in the trash
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#5
Thanx for the advice. I plan on getting a new amp at the start of summer for gigging so I wanted to know if I would be more interested in guitar or bass for playing in bands.
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#6
hold on a sec here. I don't see how guitar amps can't handle the frequencies of a bass. If they couldn't handle them, then people wouldn't be using octave down pedals, right?
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