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Fender Affinity Jazz Bass Pack (0301675006)
Fender Affinity Jazz Bass Pack
  • Was: $299.99
  • New: $292.90
  • Blemished: $272.40
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Taking the plunge to learn a new instrument can be satisfying and a little intimidating all at the same time. Whether you’re a seasoned musician looking to change up your instrument of choice or are brand-spanking new to the guitar, a value package electric bass kit is just what you need to take that first step on the road to becoming an accomplished bass player.

A value package electric bass kit comes with everything you need to get started. These all-in-one kits offer more bang for your buck because you don’t have to take the time and effort to price out each piece individually, it all comes in one convenient box. For instance the Ibanez IJXB150B Jumpstart Bass Package really has it all. Starting with a 4-string GSR190 bass and an IBZ1B 10-watt bass amp, this kit is perfect for beginners because it includes the option to sign up for online video lessons with veteran Ibanez artist Gerald Veasley. It also comes with an electronic tuner, gig bag, cable, picks and a stand, giving you the ability to pick up and make music anytime and anywhere you please.

Another value pack to take a look at is the Fender Affinity Precision Bass Pack. You’re ready to rock almost as soon as you open the box because this kit includes a Squier Affinity Series P Bass, Fender Rumble 15 combo bass amp, cables and a strap. The bass itself is made with a hardwood body, maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard, split-coil pickups and a four-saddle bridge. A pick sample and gig bag round out this kit, giving you everything you need to get started on the bass.

From aspiring to become the next Paul McCartney to simply wanting to strum along to melodies in your spare time, there is a value package bass kit out there to suit your musical needs. Take stock of where you’re at skill-wise and then make the ultimate decision on which kit will best fit with your style of music.