#1
I thinking about picking up a bass guitar.
I don't want to have to buy another amp.
My friends dad said a guitar amp would explode if you ran a bass through it.
Only having one amp, I decided to ask before I possibly blew my amp to hell and back.
#3
A guitar amp isn't designed to take a the low frequencies of a bass, and it would eventually damage it, and the speaker would certainly be damaged if you gave it long enough.

It's won't explode, but it won't do it any good.
#4
If you play it softly it should be okay with the amp.
But a bass through a guitar amp will make you loose tone.
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#5
Don't do it. Damage to the amp may or may not occur within a short time, but you WILL damage the amp eventually, and the damage will most likely be fairly severe.
#6
Yup, it'll blow up and kill your kitten. Just like the FAQ says.
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#7
If you want one amp, you can play a guitar though a bass amp with no ill effects, many professional players have done this.

Guitarist from Tool i believe.
#8
I agree with that guy ^^

Sell your guitar amp and buy a decent bass amp. The guitarist in my band uses my old bass amp whenever he doesn't want to haul around his 4x12.

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they dead serious about thuggin like that
if you ask me they are fruity
an i hope one morning they drown in there fruit loops