#1
Hey guys, I'm buyin' a bass soon and I'm in a bit of a pickle.
At first I was sure that I was gonna buy a Fender P or Jazz bass, but then I tried so many different ones in my price range, and I wasn't too fond of them.
Later on I fell upon a Laguna Ocean bass (Which is weird because I thought I hated Laguna because I hate all of their guitars)
But NOW I've seen a Schecter J bass, but I can't find one to play anywhere!
Any feedback on this bass?
Or maybe they're some basses/brands that you would recommend?
My price range is from $400-750 (850 tops!)

I know you've all seen these threads before but my search bar NEVER works!

Thanks a lot guys
#3
the search bar is not like itunes, you must press enter after you type in your entry, hope that helps your problem, oh and schecter basses are known to be a bit more metal

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#4
Everything you've wanted to know about Schecters and more:
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=834036&highlight=schecter+bass

With that kind of money I would look at a Schecter Stiletto (I've heard many good things), or for other brands maybe take a look at Ibanez. Those are my personal favorite mid-range brands. Especially since you've already vetoed a Fender.
#5
My advice. Save more and get a high end bass, and skip out 'mid-range' altogether. As nice as the new bass will fell compared to the old one, in a year or so, you will probably begin suffering from GAS again.

Get a great bass that will feasably last you a lifetime, and then you save wasting the money on a bass you will buy, but ina few years are unlikely to pick up again.
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