#1
ok my friend wants me to get him a bass and amp, with €300 being his budget.

I can order ONLY from the website im linking to....

heres what I came up with anyway....

MM copy

Line6 LD15

I know nothing of the world of bass, and because his budget is very restricting, i cant really see much else.... anyone have any suggestions/comments?

quick as ya can please
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ibanez gsr300 and acoustic amp
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#3
Inanez GSR200 and a cheap Ashdown.


remember guys, there is no Acoustic Amplification in the British Isles.
but in addition, what does he play?
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#4
Guys, if he wants an amp that isn't a 10W limp noodle with a 6" speaker, I think the GSR200 is out of his league...

Can anyone comment on Harley Benton stuff? If that a Thomann house brand? It's looking like they might be his best bet.

Without knowing that:

Peavey Millennium 4 BXP (better than the GSR200 IMO)
and
Laney RB1
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Last edited by Mutant Corn at Dec 11, 2008,
#5
I got, on the website, a squire standard p-bass and a warwick blue cab 15b for 319 EU, or just under 300 GBP. But that amp will not do for anything other than practice.

Mutant corn is right, the choice is between a decent starter bass and a decent starter amp, unless Harley Benton is good quality.
I have:
Acoustic B200H+B115 cab, Schecter Stiletto Custom 4, Rondo Fretless, Boss EQ-7.

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#6
gsr200 and practice line ashdown
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#7
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Inanez GSR200 and a cheap Ashdown.


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gsr200 and practice line ashdown


Do you guys not understand that he can't afford that? If he gets that bass and the CHEAPEST available Ashdown, it'll be €369 (read: €69 over budget), and he'll have a wimpy amp. Quit giving out pre-recorded responses and help the man, will you? Right now we're waiting on someone to comment on the quality of Harley Benton.
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Do you guys not understand that he can't afford that? If he gets that bass and the CHEAPEST available Ashdown, it'll be €369 (read: €69 over budget), and he'll have a wimpy amp. Quit giving out pre-recorded responses and help the man, will you? Right now we're waiting on someone to comment on the quality of Harley Benton.


i didnt notice it was Euros, my mistake
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i didnt notice it was Euros, my mistake

this.

hmmm.

used Ibanez GSR?
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#11
thanks for all the input guys.


i think ill go for the

Peavey Millennium 4 BXP (better than the GSR200 IMO)
and
Laney RB1

for him.
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