#1
Will it sound like a rabies infected cat coughing up a hairball?
#3
I've heard that it would frie the bass amp.......or was it the guitar??

Well either way I don't think that it is a good idea.
#4
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I've heard that it would frie the bass amp.......or was it the guitar??

Well either way I don't think that it is a good idea.
Thats the other way around, a bass will fry a guitar amp.
I've runned my guitar through bass amps a couple of times, works fine, but sounds a bit muddy.
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#5
From what I've heard you shouldn't worry, but don't play a bass with a guitar amp, that WILL mess something up
#6
I've done it the other way around and it works just fine. I don't see why it would not work, just turn the high all the way up with the mid and low at like 1 or 2.
#7
Worked fine for Stevie Ray Vaughan

Like people said though, don't run a bass through a guitar amp- the speaker isn't designed to handle the low frequencies of a bass so you have a high chance of blowing/ripping it.
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Worked fine for Stevie Ray Vaughan

Like people said though, don't run a bass through a guitar amp- the speaker isn't designed to handle the low frequencies of a bass so you have a high chance of blowing/ripping it.

Right. It won't actually hurt the electronics though. In fact, you could use a guitar amp to amplify a bass if you ran it into a bass cab. However, it probably wouldn't sound the best due the guitar amp not being able to handle the frequencies as well.
#11
Well, seeing as the '59 BASSman was a Bass amp, you'll be just fine.
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