#1
I am planning on getting a new bass, but I'm not entirely sure on what I should get. I thought I did at one point, but now I'm just not sure.

I play anything but country, but my band plays Alternative/Hard Rock.
All I have right now is a Rogue LX200B II (actually pretty decent for a real cheap bass). It's passive and has a spit-coil and single coil pickups.
I was thinking maybe Epi, Squier, or Fender, but wide open for suggestions. And looks are fairly important to me.
My budget is $500 american at the MOST.
I would really like to get a new bass, but would be willing to go used there was a great deal.

So pretty straight-forward, what do YOU think I should get?
#4
if you're gonna get an epiphone that would be the one to get. still not my thing though. if you really like that sound then go for it, but its a one trick pony if you ask me.
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#6
Go for a squire vintage modified series or classic vibe series and put symore duncans in it.
I have a squire vintage modified precision bass with a Seymour duncan spb-3 quarter pounder.
so much punch, it beats the shit out of mexican fenders
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#10
Do you like the fender-ish-ness of your rogue? if so, get something along those lines.

if you're looking for something different, the pro thunderbird is actually really nice, it's a big improvement over the standard epi.

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Just go for it...if its the one u want!!!!

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Back on track, look at: Squier, Yamaha, Ibanez, Rockbass. They all have a great selection of budget basses, I especially recommend the Squier Classic Vibe seres.

A question or two: What do/don't you like about your current bass? Which amp are you using?

If you're playing gigs then I suggest begging to relatives for extra money, its certainly for a worthwhile cause.