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on 2011-10-13 05:31:01.7560
I've just bought a bass, an Ibanez GARTT20B, and i was wondering if I could play it on my spiderjam amp, because I saw a setting saying "bass1" and "Bass2", and also because my bass amp is a shitty one -.-
I really love the spiderjam, and i have already jammed to lots of tracks (my favourite was the drums to "classic grunge" (smells like teen spirit)), and i have made many blues tracks and solo's, but i want to add bass to it without having to take it onto my comp and recording and puttng it together blahblah.
P.S i would highly recommend this amp to all guitarists.
Re: RE: Spiderjam bass
on 2011-10-17 11:20:57.9570
Yes, you could input a bass and record ideas from it into your Spider Jam amp. You might not want to run Amp Modelling (then again, maybe you do!).
The only thing I can think of that you might need to be careful with might be if you have active pickups on your bass... just be aware that lower frequencies/transients might "clip" the input circuit and manifest itself as a digital peak/overload sound in the recording if you're not careful with monitoring the input signal of active electronic instruments.
But other than that, yeah... you should be fine!
RE: Spiderjam bass
on 2011-10-17 11:24:33.4150
To use the BASS1 and BASS2 you will need to connect the bass to AUX input located on the front of amp to the left of the Guitar input. I would suggest to try and roll off the bass on your bass guitar if possible, so that you do not overload and damage the speaker with excessive low end.
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