Choose a bass guitar by determining how frequently the guitar is going to be played and how much money can be invested into the instrument. Consider buying several different bass guitars for different occasions with help from a musician and band member in this free video on guitars.
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Alright, in this clip we are going to talk about how to choose a bass guitar. One of the, the best ways to choose a bass guitar is to try to determine for yourself, how much you're going to use the guitar and how much money you have and investment you want to, to put in to playing a guitar. For instance, if you're going to play once a month, like in a garage band, you might want to choose like a Fender or a, a, a model that has a good brand name, but maybe is one of their, their lesser models because those models will last you a long time and, but you don't have to pay too much. If you like to add to your collection, maybe start collecting lots of different types of guitars, I would avoid the, the situation where you just buy a whole bunch of Fender's because maybe you would want to play an Ibanez or a different kind of guitar to kind of diversify your collection. Vintage guitars, you could have one vintage guitar, one Ibanez and maybe a stand up bass, maybe an acoustic bass, and then that would be a lot more exciting collection than having four Fender's that look exactly the same.