#1
alright so for the longest time I played only guitar, but I'm starting to like the bass I have. Would it be alright if I use the same guitar amp (Marshall MG Series 30 DFX) to play bass, or does this run the risk of it overloading or something?
#3
i got the answer
sell the MG and get an amp that dont suck


in all honesty, no. you cant run a bass through a guiar amp. its kinda like the square/rectangle rule. squares are rectangles (guitars --> bass amp) but rectagnles arent always squares (bass -/-> guitar amp)
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#4
It is like dividing by zero. Your whole world will collapse if you do.

But, all crap aside, you will blow the speaker.
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#6
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Would it be alright if I use the same guitar amp (Marshall MG Series 30 DFX) to play bass, or does this run the risk of it overloading or something?


You'll blow the speaker if you have the volume up much at all. But if that encourages you to get a better amp, it's probably a good thing. So I say, "go for it!"
You Don't Need a halfstack.

You Don't Need 100W.

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#7
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DON'T use a MARSHALL MG!

Bad things will happen.


that's what you meant to say.

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