#1
Okay I am i bass player.
I have a Ibanez bass that i got at Guitar Center.
This is my second guitar my first was not a bass.
This is my set up.
My first thing is the bass i have a
Ibanez GSR100EX

and then for my amp i have a
Fender rumble 15


Should i get anything new or get rid of?
#2
Try out a few pedals.
Main Gear:

ESP Eclipse CTM I
Dean 'Shards' Razorback
Chapman Guitars ML-1
Ibanez AEL40SE Acoustic
Blackstar HT-5 Mini Stack
EHX Metal Muff
EHX Small Clone
#3
Quote by lanndy94
Okay I am i bass player.
I have a Ibanez bass that i got at Guitar Center.
This is my second guitar my first was not a bass.
This is my set up.
My first thing is the bass i have a
Ibanez GSR100EX

and then for my amp i have a
Fender rumble 15


Should i get anything new or get rid of?


What are you talking about? If you want new gear, go get it, if you like your current gear keep it. What exactly are you asking us?
#4
I think hes asking what we think of his setup. Personnaly i say get a better amp. It doesnt have to be bigger just better. Look at hartke and aucostic.
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#6
get rid of that "progressive" bass and get yourself something timeless and classic, like a Jazz Bass or Stingray. then get rid of the Rumble 15 and get yourself something with just... AMAZING tone and plenty of volume, like an SVT-4 with the 8x10 cabinet. Then you'd be set for life.
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#7
Not everyone is rich, or has parents that spoil him or her.

Check out the sticky at the top of the Bass Forum.
It recommends some gear that would be nice investing in.

Your equipment is "entry" level. But it works fine.
If you feel you need more, by all means, go splurge.
#8
Well your bass is fine, nothing fancy but it'll last you a while. Ignore the comments about it, there's nothing wrong with a bass that doesn't look like a Fender.

The amp needs a little work. The Rumble series isn't exactly known for sounding good, the low wattage and small speaker in the 15W version just makes that worse. Don't get me wrong, it's fine for practicing on, but if you plan to play gigs I'd get something bigger. I second looking at Acoustic and Hartke.

Guitar Center doesn't sell Hartke BTW, you have to go to Sam Ash.
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