#1
So I got my first bass about 2 years ago... a starter pack that included a 2 octave Brownsville bass guitar and a 35 Watt Guitar Research Amp (sounds great by the way.)
About 5 months after getting this pack... I graduated with a 4.0 GPA and my parents surprised me with a new bass. Its brand is also Guitar Research. I recently tried to find the companies website to look at some of their products... but i can't find anything.

Did they go out of business?
Was it a good, respectable company?
Ill post a pic up soon of the bass and amp
It's like Superman reading the teachings of Jesus. The two greatest musicians on Earth hath combined forces. I officially quit music, as it has reached it's zenith with that cover.
#2
Was the amp and basses purchased from Sam Ash? I'm not certain but I think Guitar Research and Brownsville are in house Sam Ash brands.
#3
yes, they were both purchased at samash
It's like Superman reading the teachings of Jesus. The two greatest musicians on Earth hath combined forces. I officially quit music, as it has reached it's zenith with that cover.
#4
Heres the pic
It's like Superman reading the teachings of Jesus. The two greatest musicians on Earth hath combined forces. I officially quit music, as it has reached it's zenith with that cover.
#5
After a bit of research, they are Sam Ash in house brands. (Brownsville guitars were named after the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, where Sam Ash had his first store).

I wish I could give you more info than that, but I don't have any personal experience with either their guitars or basses.
#7
yes Guitar Research is a sam ash brand. I got a hard case by Guitar Research at sam ash.