#1
hello guys im just wondering if it would be wourth buying a bass for about 200 or should i wait and save my money and get a better one? im relatively new to bass but i've played guitar for a few years if that makes a difference
#3
Peavey Milestone III. Best bass in its price range, period.
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#4
I got a Washburn Bantam Series for 230, awesome bass. Discontinued though
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#6
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Peavey Milestone III. Best bass in its price range, period.


I agree, mine's being repainted right now, I've de-fretted it already. best starter bass
#7
get a dean evo xm, those have amazing action... there good, everything is pretty good, its good for any level of skill.
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#8
I'd recommend to save up some more money, and get something beyond the beginner bass category.
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#10
I'm loving my Ibanez GSR200, although I've only been playing bass for 2 months.
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