Currently Being ModeratedOct 2, 2012 8:45 AM (in response to JoshEndres)Re: Spider IV HD150 - using two amps at once?
If you just want to connect both amps at the same time, you'd need an A/B/Y switch of some sort - something like this.
I've got to say, though, I don't think simply connecting your guitar to a bass amp is actually going to give you more bass response. The bass amp can only reprodoce bass signal that's there. And, actually plugging an electric guitar into a bass amp will probably give you are pretty sterile guitar tone.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 2, 2012 8:54 AM (in response to phil_m)Re: Spider IV HD150 - using two amps at once?
Further explanation: My band is a two piece metal band, I frequently use the Spider IV's looper capabilities to fill in for...pretty much the other "half". I simply want a deeper tone like running a bass amp at the same time. I could just add more bass to my normal amp, but I pretty much have a decent bassy tone without it destroying my lead tone. (I hope that's making sense haha)
EDIT: Also...I just realized that because I use the FBV footboard, wouldn't the loop signal only carry on the guitar amp and not to the bass amp while using the A/B/Y switch?