Since red is such a popular color with musicians, you can expect a pretty extensive list of instruments in this section. For this reason, you'll definitely want to use the subcategory tools to narrow down your choices and speed up your decision. For example, if you're searching for a red bass guitar on the more affordable side of things, you can click the "$100-$200" and "$200-$300 boxes and the pages will refresh so that only basses in that price range will appear. Go ahead and try it - you'll have the pleasure of browsing through best-selling models like the Squire Vintage Modified Precision Bass PJ and the Epiphone EB-0 Electric Bass.
Of course, there are more than enough options here for the seasoned professional, too. Any classic rocker would love the Fender Deluxe Active Jazz Bass V or the Ernie Ball Music Man Classic Stingray Electric Bass. Or, if you hold virtuosity in high regard, take a look at some 5-string basses here like the Warwick Rockbass Stream Standard (ideal for metalheads) or the Schecter Guitar Research Stiletto Custom-5 Bass (a funk bass player's dream axe).
As you can see, your red bass guitar choices are seemingly endless. You'll even come across generously-priced value packages here for beginners. Need a suggestion? Check out the Ibanez IJXB150B Jumpstart Bass Package. This bundle includes a GSR190 red bass, IBZ1B 10-watt amp, electronic tuner, online lesson card, stand, gig bag and many other accessories to get a youngster started. From extended string basses to fretless models, left-handed basses and even signature artist editions, this selection gives a new positive meaning to the phrase "seeing red".