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Can you use a laney hcm65b bass amplifier for a standard 6 string electric guitar Gibson?


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2008-10-07 04:25:12
2008-10-07 04:25:12

You'll be able to get a sound out of it for practice, but the tone probably won't be very good. The size of the speaker cone required to produce the bass (12") means it won't really be responsive enough to deal with the higher note on the guitar successfully.

I don't THINK it'll damage guitar or amp. It shouldn't damage your bass amp, but if you use a bass with a guitar amp it will pretty much destroy the amp.

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