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the amp should work alright as long as you don’t blast it, but the guitar pedal most likely won’t work well if at all with a bass.
Welp, I’m going to answer diferently than my respected friend above. Generally speaking, guitar amps are not suitable for bass, unless you keep them very low. And in that case…there is not enough air moving for great bass sound. Is a guitar amp suitable for a practice amp? Yes. But it’s just not going to cut it if you are serious. Using a guitar amp for a bass guitar can get you two things: a weak bass-sound and perhaps a blown-out guitar amp speaker.
You can keep your amp on the floor. That helps for bassier sounds. Keep the volume low and watch out for “farts.”
What kind of pedal is it? Some pedals are not designed to effect the low range of the bass, yet others are. And even some that are not designed for the bass, just do a nice job on the higher-end frequencies of the bass.
My favorite was always the digital delay made by BOSS.
If you are playing traditional (beneath the guitar, etc.) bass, I might advise against usiing effects other than maybe a slight chorus or flange. The more “wet” your signal gets, the less likely your bass lines are going to punch though the highs of the guitar and the lows of the drums.
Hopefully this answers your question.
Learning tunes is one of the best ways to learn how to play the bass. Go forth my young denizen of the low-end…and enjoy!
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