#1
I'm getting a new bass in the price range form like 0$-300$. does anyone have suggestions as in what bass i should get.
#3
as long as its not a thunderbird!!!!!!!!! some good ibanezs for the money out there

#4
Quote by beeboshain
as long as its not a thunderbird!!!!!!!!! some good ibanezs for the money out there


Yeah, because you can pick up a thunderbird for under $300 can't you

Thunderbirds are amazing basses <3

If I were you I'd save up about $600 and buy something that'll last you a while instead of something you'll want to upgrade in a year or so
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#6
$0? As in... stealing? :p
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#7
Check out the ibanez low to mid range basses, the fender Squires, Yamaha's as already mentioned (they make some lurvely basses), as well as OLP if you like muicman style basses.

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#8
Quote by Seymore190
$0? Try the air bass, similar to air guitar, just cooler.


Much cooler........
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