#1
can i use a a microKORG through my bass amp? is it safe for my amp cause i really don't wanna mess it up. and also, does anyone know what kinda synth the guy uses from the automatic automatic?
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#3
thanks man! is the microKORG good? im thinkin about buying it
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#4
well. its my first like official synth.
but its really good for the money. i bought it off craigslist...so it was used..but nothing wrong.

i guess it matters how crazy you want to get.

i use midi with it. and its crazy.
but if you have alot of money..you can probably get a better one.
#5
im only gonna have about 500 dollars so yeah...lol
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#6
Ya my amp has a synth built in, just watch your volume on it, it could blow out the speakers at really high volume.
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#8
you should be perfectly fine i mean i made a synth and ran it through my bass amp and specifically asked this question and got the go ahead from a music store guy and most of the bass forum.
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#9
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Ya my amp has a synth built in, just watch your volume on it, it could blow out the speakers at really high volume.

Not quite sure why a synth would blow a speaker in a bass cab that typically goes down to the 40Hz range and crosses over to a tweeter typically at 3kHz...
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#10
i put my keyboard (casio ctk 700) through my bass amp once and it sounded god awful, though i guess it depends on your synth and amp (mine's only a 15w practice amp)
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#11
A bass amp generally will have a useable frequency response ranging anywhere from <40Hz to >3.5KHz...you should be fine.
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#12
What about square waves, though? I've been told that square waves blow subs and synths can make square waves. I know most bass amps don't have subwoofers, but is it still harmful?
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