Electric guitar into home theatre amp?

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Electric guitar into home theatre amp?

Postby cheese » Mon Aug 27, 2012 2:44 pm

Getting back into playing but before I go and buy a new amp or apogee jam I want to test out the old gat to see if needs some internal cleaning etc.
Is it safe to plug into a 5.1 pioneer amp? I don't need much volume or high quality sound, just need to know that it won't cause any damage.

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Re: Electric guitar into home theatre amp?

Postby Dick Dynamite » Tue Aug 28, 2012 1:38 am

cheese wrote:Getting back into playing but before I go and buy a new amp or apogee jam I want to test out the old gat to see if needs some internal cleaning etc.
Is it safe to plug into a 5.1 pioneer amp? I don't need much volume or high quality sound, just need to know that it won't cause any damage.

Thanks


Guitars are unpowered, have no amplification built into them - I'd say its ABSOLUTELY safe.

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Re: Electric guitar into home theatre amp?

Postby Vodka Frenzy » Sun Oct 21, 2012 4:59 pm

yea man and put a distortion pedal through it, you dont need to buy an amp any more!!
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