#1
At the moment I have a silver Yamaha RBX??? (You see it was my brothers, and he has never told me - he doesnt live at home now). It's around £190-220 i believe. The bass I'm interested in is a Ibanez SR500/505 (£329 on the internet, £399 in a shop). Now, I'm new to all this (I've been playing since Christmas-ish) and was wondering if:

I should be wondering about a new bass
If the Ibanez would be a better bass

Thanks in advance,
Gerbs
#2
if u want a new bass, and u have the money, then go for it. as to which bass would be better, i suggest either taking both to a shop and trying them on the same amp, or trying the new one out at the sop and deciding for urself.
#3
its really up to you. if youve only been playing for less than a year id keep saving your money and buying something better when youre better. maybe like a fender jazz or a higher end ibanez. that way youll be happier and its not like you need a new bass right now since you havent been playing for too long.
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#4
That Ibanez would blow the Yamaha away. Ibanez makes a solid all-around bass
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#5
That's a pretty good Ibanez, but I'd suggest waiting and going all out with a high end Fender, Warwick, or Musicman
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#6
just play what you have for now until youve saved some money, then get a fender p bass or whatever suits you fancy