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  1. Thank you everyone for the responses! fflbrgst, I am just interested in playing around with some of the effects. Almost definitely not for any performances (I am a drummer first, and a casual, hobbyist guitar player, but I donate my Line 6 amp for shows that we play). I know it won't sound very good, but I just want to toy around a bit.
  2. Thanks for the quick response! So even if I *did* damage the speaker, it sounds like it would not be terribly expensive to fix or replace. Is this correct?
  3. Hey everybody. I've been trying to find a definitive answer to this... I don't know too much about amplifiers, but I do know that plugging a bass into a guitar amp can damage the amp. I'm interested in plugging in a bass into the spider IV 75W, to mess with some effects. Normally I wouldn't expect this to be possible, but since pitch glide lets you pull down like two octaves, it seems like it may be possible. Is plugging a bass into this amp a bad idea? And is using a super low pitch glide on a normal guitar liable to damage the amp? I get little nervous using it sometimes... My second question is similar, but not exactly the same. I have an Alesis digital drum kit, which only has an AUX out (1/8", no quarter inch). Would it be safe to plug it into the *aux* jack (noting that the bass drum trigger gets pretty low)? My thinking is that it is a separate speaker that has a much wider range. It wouldn't sound good, but it would at least give me a decent speaker output. And on that note, would it be safe to plug it into the quarter inch jack, using an adapter? Thank you!
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