#1
like I know it's a value pack but do you have to build the amp?
and you have to chose the bass you want right?
how did buying it and using it work for you guys?
#2
its a crappy guitar, amp and w/e else.

you may get to choose the color of the bass...not which one.

if you plan on staying playing bass....its not a good investment.
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#3
i dont think it even comes with a bass...i believe they are around $160?

I used to work at a music store.
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#4
I've never, EVER seen a value pack at that price that requires amp building.

You're getting this:
http://www.music123.com/Epiphone-All-Access-Bass-Amp-and-Accessory-Pack-480269-i1176972.Music123

It doesn't come with a bass. The idea behind it is that you buy a bass and this pack, and you'll be ready to play (all alone). That price seems pretty hard-ish to beat. I am NOT! saying that the stuff is good quality - buying that much crap typically costs more than that.
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like I know it's a value pack but do you have to build the amp?
and you have to chose the bass you want right?
how did buying it and using it work for you guys?


#6
whats your budget?

check out the peavey grind basses....they have the sound and feel of a higher end bass for a good price. outstanding for the money and It's something you can gig with.

most of that cheap stuff is useless....but if you don't know what "in tune" is i guess it really doesn't matter.
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#7
Quite frankly, in the bass world, Epiphone are not highly regarded at all. If you are looking at starter packs, Squire and Ibanez are generally the more highly regarded for the budget.
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