#1
sooooo... i was wondering....

if i were to buy a vox amplug at my local White House of Music, could i use it with my bass? I wouldn't think speaker blowouts would be a problem....


and yes, i know that i could buy something like that specifically for bass at, say, Guitar Center or Musician's Friend, but i'd prefer to just get it here.

thanks in advance
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#2
You would blow it soooo fast. I did it with a Danelectro Bacon N' Eggs
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#3
Go right ahead. You won't have the best tone with that thing, there will be some serious low-end suckage, but it'll do if you need quiet bass playing.
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#4
it's ok, if i needed tone, i'd get something good
i don't really care about that right now, i just don't have my own amp yet
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TL;DR: Saw a girl at Wal-Mart, she started feeling me up, I jizzed in my pants.

Shit, I'm so pathetic.

[quote="'[BurnTheDusk"]']I agree, tone does sound better the closer your genitals are to the ground.

Crabcore?

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#6
Check out the bass in a box made by dean, no idea what they sound like but probably better than an amplug as it's made for bass