#1
Is it feasible to use a guitar equalizer for bass? i'm asking because i don't have the money to buy a bass equalizer, and i can just borrow my bro's Boss GE7. sure, the frequencies are different, but it will work...right?
#2
Most guitar FX pedals will work with a bass, but I wouldn't reccomend it. They make them seperatley for a reason. Saying that, I play my bass through a Guitar amp because I haven't got a Bass amp. It's not advisable, but it would probably work.
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#3
i see...a guitar equalizer has a higher frequency range, whereas a bass equalizer has a lower frequency range, correct me if i'm wrong. will this affect my EQ-ing in a positive or negative way? e.g. not being able to EQ the lower frequencies, but able to EQ higher frequencies?
#4
You won't have any control over the lowest frequencies because well, guitars don't go that low! likewise, you'll have an uber amount of treble...noise control
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#5
Try it. If it does the job you want, great. If it sounds like crap, then don't use it again.