#1
i play guitar for nearly a year now, and i love it, but i am even more psyched with the bass guitar which is an odd thing for most...so, i was wondering if it i should just get over it and stick with the guitar or buy a bass guitar and play both??

oh yeah, and which is the most versatile guitar under 250$?

thanks
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#2
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i play guitar for nearly a year now, and i love it, but i am even more psyched with the bass guitar which is an odd thing for most...so, i was wondering if it i should just get over it and stick with the guitar or buy a bass guitar and play both??
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i play guitar for nearly a year now, and i love it, but i am even more psyched with the bass guitar which is an odd thing for most...so, i was wondering if it i should just get over it and stick with the guitar or buy a bass guitar and play both??

oh yeah, and which is the most versatile guitar under 250$?

thanks


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Why don't you go take a look at it?
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#4
its your call, i did the same thing. I played guitar for almost a year but when I first picked up a bass it just felt right. I now am almost exclusively a bassist. Its just like ice cream, some like chocolate, some like vanilla, some like swirl. Lol find you flavor bro
#5
There's no reason why you can't do both. If you enjoy one more than the other, then stick with that one and play the other on the side.

The more versatile you are as a musician, the better.