#1
I usually just borrow a bass from my school, but I'd like to buy one for myself, and I'd like to buy an amp and bass for £300ish, I might be able to stretch to £350, but no more than that. I play some indie, some metal, some rock, so I'd also like my gear to be pretty versatile.

Thanks.
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#3
I'll probably incure the wrath of many people on this board but I'll say it anyway: I really doesnt matter which practise amp you get if its under £100. (For the sake of reliability I'd say get a bass thats around £200).
To be more helpful, you can't go wrong with the VM, CV and Deluxe series Squiers. Avoid Epiphone unless you're more concerned about looks than tone.
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#4
Squier Vintage Modern + a small Laney/Fender/Hartke amp would be good.

The Warwick Rockbass Blackhawk package is good aswell and has everything you could want, plus its JM pickup config so its quite tonally flexible
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