#1
Well, i got this bass for christmas, but i'm just now getting back on UG.

It's a Peavey Millennium BXP 4 string.

pic: Linky
Gear:
Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass
Fender BXR 60 watt
Squier Fender Stratocaster 20th anniversary edition\
Pignose acoustic
Samick D1/SN
#4
Plays god-like. So worth the $350.
Gear:
Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass
Fender BXR 60 watt
Squier Fender Stratocaster 20th anniversary edition\
Pignose acoustic
Samick D1/SN
#8
Quote by Casketcreep
I have the five string version and out of the 8 basses I own, It's still my favourite.


i almost got that, but i prefer to stick to the 4 strings.
Gear:
Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass
Fender BXR 60 watt
Squier Fender Stratocaster 20th anniversary edition\
Pignose acoustic
Samick D1/SN
#11
Quote by Casketcreep
For that price I would look at something a little bigger.
Your Fender amp is good enough for sitting in your room practising, but playing with a drum kit will be tough with only 100W.


Yeah i get what you're saying. In all honesty, my dad bought the amp for me as a surprise for christmas. He was running low on cash this year, i thought i'd just get a bass then christmas morning he handed it to me. So i cherish it. He did pretty good to be someone who's knows nothing about musical instruments.
Gear:
Peavey Millennium 4 AC BXP 4-String Bass
Fender BXR 60 watt
Squier Fender Stratocaster 20th anniversary edition\
Pignose acoustic
Samick D1/SN
#12
HNBD! hard basses to beat for the money enjoy yours.
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