#1
not sure if this is right thread so what the heck!
I was wondering wud i damage my acoustic pickup or my amp by playing it through an amp only designed for an electric guitar?If no wud it damage it with distortion cos i started screwing round wit it on da acoustic?!Cheers!
#2
hey I know, SEARCHBAR, and also wrong Forum
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you again


damn i could've done a much better response for ntchode 'Owner of UGs hugest penis'
#5
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hey I know, SEARCHBAR, and also wrong Forum



dude, when you tell a searchbar joke it's meant to actually make sense.
#7
Originally Posted by ntchode
hey I know, SEARCHBAR, and also wrong Forum


Such witty people in the pit these days...
multicolour random messge!

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#9
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dude, when you tell a searchbar joke it's meant to actually make sense.

Meh, all searchbar jokes, past, present, and future, are 100% lame anyway.

Except that one time I made one.
#10
It'll be fine, the amp doesn't affect the signal going into the pickup, and the amp is designed to deal with distortion anyway. Don't worry about it
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#11
no

but it will sound like shit :/
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