#1
i was playing guitar for like 2 month and i didnt much like it but i liked bass alot more than a guitar i didnt try it but i like the sound and everything about
so im trying to buy one that is cheap and good
rules:
.what is he model name
.how much does it cost
.or just put a link to it
#2
FAQ, use it
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#3
Not my band, but something you should definitely listen to:
Toast Machine
#4
i saw an ibanez bass but ppl r telling me that they r ****ty basses and i need like between 100$ to 300$ can i find a good one inthese prices
#5
Well, define cheap.

You can get a Squire Precision bass or Jazz bass for about £230 ($350~) and that's a good starter right up to like semi pro level. You could gig with it and record with it.

Plays well too. But then again it's up to you. Visit music shops and play a few, ask the staff there what's good for learning on. Just not walmart and the like. They shouldn't stiff you but try not to be sucked in into paying more money than you really want to.
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#7
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i saw an ibanez bass but ppl r telling me that they r ****ty basses and i need like between 100$ to 300$ can i find a good one inthese prices


Don't listen to other people.
You are not them.
Try out the basses you like.
Follow the smoke toward the riff filled land
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#9
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but i want one for metal or trash metal anything strong


Why didn't you tell us this earlier...


... well actually it dosn't matter, Ibanez basses are really versatile, it's more the amp that will shape your tone anyway.
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#10
IMO Peavey's instruments are the best you can get for the price, but Ibanez, Squier, Greg Bennett/Samick, and Yamaha are very good as well. There's also Rondomusic.com if you want to risk it, though most people on here will tell you not to. I came out just fine...

If you're going to guitar center, you're pretty much just going to see Squier and Ibanez, maybe a Peavey or two. I've never seen a Yamaha in a GC.
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