#1
Hi guys, i own a peavey cirrus bxp, i want to buy a new bass in the end Of this year. My budget is between 700-1000€, i play in a groove metal, a hard rock, prog metal, and i'll start a bossa nova band with a friend. Im looking for a bass that can do it all. Any tips on what should i get?
#2
A couple of ideas: active P, Stingray HH, EBMM Sterling, L-2000.
"Quick to judge. Quick to anger. Slow to understand. Ignorance and prejudice and fear walk hand-in-hand."
- Rush, "Witch Hunt"
#3
Take a look at the Ibanez SR755:

"Maybe this world is another planet's hell?" - Aldous Huxley
#4
THe battishness of Fender ish necks has me turned off on MM's and Fenders over all.  But a nice Fender Jazz is a difference animal.  A Geccy Signature V or something like that is what most bands expect the Bassist to play, so it opens doors and is excellent for the Bossa Nova genre.

Otherwise, keep your money and get a used Ibanez BTB 400, 405, 450, or 455 or spend the whole 1000 and get one of each!  In early century I sold a Warrior to Hong Kong and got new 405, 455 and 465 with cases! Never regretted it.
Ibanez BTB 1006 Fretless and 405 (no Barts)
456 & 455(w/Barts)
Genz Benz NeoX400 112T & NeoX 112T cab.
Digitech BP-8 (x2)
Yamaha PB-1
Boss: SYB-5, PS-2, OD-20, EQ-20, PH-3,BF-3, CE-20, DD-20
Morely A/B
#5
I really like my Godin Freeway 5, inexpensive, thin neck, great sound, but this dudes budget allows for damn near most things save custom jobs. Worlds your oyster.
#6
Hey guys, thanks for the replies. I forgot to tell you im not into p bass. Anyway i've been thinking and i would like to try some Ibanez, Warwick and stingray. But still, i'll only buy one in the end Of the year só there's still a lot Of thinking to do.
#7
My work (studiogears dot com) carries Ibanez so if it would help I can do a special demo video if there is a model you would like to learn more about. No expectations of you to buy it from us/them/my work just wanted to offer to be helpful. If you do decide to buy from us let me know though I can get you some kind of discount.

*disclaimer- Again I work for said retailer but would like to help just the same, if I can. 
#9
^ask for photo of the serial number on the headstock.  I've seen more than a few sellers who try to pass off knock offs as real Fenders.  Then cross check the number against one of the Fender sites for accuracy.

Its a good bass, I've got a similar model and I love it.