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Are you choosing your first-ever bass? If so, welcome to the club, and take a look at the Peavey Max Electric Bass Value Pack. This bundle is perfect for starting from scratch, giving you everything you need to get up and running. There's a Milestone 4-string bass guitar, a plucky little practice amp, some reference materials and even a gig bag, so you'll be set for a smooth debut.
As your experience level with the bass guitar grows, so do your choices. For the intermediate bassist, Peavey has options like the Grind Bass Guitar 5 BXP. The extended range of this bass makes it a challenge even if you've mastered 4 strings, and it has a real ""rock star"" look and feel that lends it naturally to the stage. The icing on the cake for this instrument is a set of heavy humbuckers that will definitely put your bass amp through its paces.
One instrument that fans of classic hard rock shouldn't miss is the Peavey Rudy Sarzo Signature Cirrus Series Electric Bass Guitar. Not many artists can match a resume like Sarzo's, which includes Quiet Riot, Ozzy Osbourne, Whitesnake and Project Rock. Following in those legendary footsteps isn't easy, but with his signature Cirrus in your hands, you'll have the bass you need to make it happen.
Here are a few more bassists who rock Peavey instruments: Brad Walst, Frédéric Leclercq and Michael Anthony. That's a roster that speaks for itself, and really goes to show what you can expect when you start playing your own Peavey electric bass. Accessible, powerful and well-built: you can't go wrong with one of these.