#1
im looking to start a small home recording studio and was wondering a good bass and bass amp for it, mostly classic rock blues stuff, bass would always be played clean , dosent have to have real volume but needs to be able to deliver a nice thump type sound

thanks for the replies

EDIT: the price range is somewhere around 500 for both
MIM Fender Strat
Ibanez AE series acoustic
Washburn Semi Hollow loaded with Di-Marzios
Main Street LP
Tama drum set
Marshall Blues-breaker 2
VOX V847 Wah
Fender Princeton chorus
Last edited by 3hta_bryce at May 23, 2010,
#2
$500 for both together? Or $500 for the bass and another $500 for the amp?

Assuming its $500 total, I'd say look at an Ibanez GSR200, Peavey Millennium, or Squier VM for a bass, and look at getting a Peavey MAX, Kustom KBA10, or Acoustic B20 for an amp
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#3
Peavey Millenium +1
Peavey MAX +1
Ibanez GSR200 +1

Also look at used basses, always can find a deal and perhaps AShdown amps, there kinda cheap .. I think..
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#4
P-bass and an Acoustic B100 should be a good bare-bones minimum, but your budget is pretty low for any good bass/amplifier combination.
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#5
ok,thanks for the replies
MIM Fender Strat
Ibanez AE series acoustic
Washburn Semi Hollow loaded with Di-Marzios
Main Street LP
Tama drum set
Marshall Blues-breaker 2
VOX V847 Wah
Fender Princeton chorus