#1
...if you plug a bass to a guitar pedal and then to a bass amp?
#4
my guess is nothing will happen


if you turn it on though, it might play


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#5
what pedal? ive got a guitar digitech whammy and i can run my bass through it fine
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#9
Yes, there are special bass pedals. Guitar pedals will work, but they tend to be voiced for a guitar's harmonic range, so running a bass through one could make the tone a little funky.
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#10
It'll be fine I play a big muff with my bass. Up yours thefitz!!!!!!!!!!!!!! hahahahahahahahahaha
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#11
It'll work, get some savage tones and work with it. Remember, if you get your amp loud enough, your true love will be revealed to you.
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It'll work, get some savage tones and work with it. Remember, if you get your amp loud enough, your true love will be revealed to you.

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#13
I do it. I run my bass through Boss OD-3, Boss Flanger and Chorus, and it works fine.
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#14
I remember a time where guitarists had all these cool pedals and bassists had none
Then brave bassists - such as Cliff Burton - demanded equality and used guitar effects with their bass.
Not all sound good, but using guitar effects aren't a bad thing - guitar amps, that is a bad idea.
#15
guitar pedals make basses sound more trebly, as they don't effect the lower frequencies like a bass pedal would

it won't, however, harm anything!
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#16
I've been playing my passive P-Plus thro guitar pedals for years with reasonable results.
Even my 9v active fares well with most of them; but the 18v I've just got is freaking them out. Distortion and nasty noises everywhere. Dammit.

So really, it depends on your bass.
#17
ah good answers ive been scared to try my bass thru the metal muff, im sure it will sound like a bunch of angry bumblebees anyhow
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Boss Flanger

Doesn't that have a seperate bass input though?
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