#1
It'll mainly be used for Metal, and Rock. Preferably under $400, as it'll just be used at home, and maybe a good decent amp too.

I play a wide range of music, from jazz to classical, but Metal mainly.

Any suggestions? Thanks.
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#4
if you didnt have such a low price id definatly say try for a rickenbacker for metal..........but for that either a MIM fender or squire........mabye an ibanez.....there good for metal

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#6
Well, all together I'd be willing to spend $800. This is just for jamming in my room over some of my riffs and what not. No real gigging.
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#8
I'd say, stay on the Fender Jazz Bass for your bass, you're seriously not going to find a more versatile bass. There's a reason why it's one of the most popular basses around


As far as amp, there's a lot of places for you to go with $350ish.
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ampeg-BA115-Bass-Amp-Series-Combo?sku=481777

this one will treat you nice, but there's dozens of 100 watt, 15 in. combos in that price range.
#9
Oh yeah go with what BlueShox said. I only saw you were playing mainly metal, but yeah the jazz would be just about perfect.
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