#1
Hey guys!

Atm Ive got a Corsair Samick cr1 I think, Im gonna buy a new bassguitar from


http://www.thomann.de/se/search_dir.html?gk=GIEB&bn=&sw=&pg=2&oa=pra

Beacuse they got good prices : P! Ive got around 300 Euro to spend...

The problem is I dont know much about basses and their stuff, I just try what and pick what I think sounds good...

But now Im not sure what I want, So I need help!

(ive been thinking on a Warlock/Warwick/Ibanez/Yamah)
A Requierment :
Possible to slap on (My bass atm doenst work to slap on :S )

I mostly play Rock/Metal... I play 60% with fingers, rest with pick.


Thx, and sry for bad eng!
#3
Quote by MaidenChina
if you afford one, get a warwick



there is one for around 300, but may I ask why : D?
#6
Woah, yea that looks nice! It will keep you going for a while.
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#7
Quote by c3powil
Woah, yea that looks nice! It will keep you going for a while.

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Yeah It sounded very nice, any idea about the quailty of Warwick basses?
#8
Quote by Zooku
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Yeah It sounded very nice, any idea about the quailty of Warwick basses?
Quality, as in the chance of finding one with a horrible setup? Almost 0. Very nice stuff. I've never heard anything bad about them, except their old necks have been described as "baseball bat" but they are C shaped as of 2009.
#9
+1 on the warwick
i got a warwick fortress rockbass for 350 bones and it has incredible value/looks beautiful
#10
Quote by Zooku
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Yeah It sounded very nice, any idea about the quailty of Warwick basses?



The quality of warwick basses are very good. Even if theese are the rockbass series they still hold up to warwick standards.
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#11
Quote by c3powil
The quality of warwick basses are very good. Even if theese are the rockbass series they still hold up to warwick standards.


Tonally they're substantially different.
Hi.
#12
Quote by David12390
Tonally they're substantially different.

This is true, however Rockbasses are much higher quality then a lot of other basses in that price range (at least the ones I've played), a rockbass should last quite a while. I would recommend Ibanez, or possibly a Traben
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#13
I've found the Peavey Millennium to be a pretty good bass, but the 5-string version is a little hard to slap on at first because the strings are sorta close together.
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jazz bass.

t-bird is muddy inversatile, and reminds me of emo chicks.

Current rig: Peavey Millennium 5 - Drive B15

To buy: Ampeg BA112 or BA115
#14
The rockbass brand just dosnt have that growl that Warwick is known for, but that dosent mean the tone is bad. Ibanez, Traben, and Peavey are pretty well recommended brands.
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