Stagg BC300 bass guitar with loads of extras - £120 (total street price around £190) @ Normans - HotUKDeals
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Stagg BC300 bass guitar with loads of extras - £120.00 (total street price around £190) @ Normans

£120.00 @ Normans musical instruments
Direct linky: http://www.normans.co.uk/p-821-stagg-bc300bk-p2-electric-bass-guitar-pack-in-black.aspx These bass guitars normally cost between £130 and £160 online and instore, making £120 already …
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Direct linky: http://www.normans.co.uk/p-821-stagg-bc300bk-p2-electric-bass-guitar-pack-in-black.aspx

These bass guitars normally cost between £130 and £160 online and instore, making £120 already a pretty good deal. With this one though, you also get

Guitar strap (worth about £5)
Digital tuner (worth about £10)
Nylon gigbag (worth about £15)
Extra set of strings (worth about £10)

All in all, I reckon it's a very good deal, especially for a beginner.
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#1
Thats a very nice unpretentious looking bass IMO.

Good price for the spec and bundle.

A little bit skeptical about the RRP though - Stagg axes dont normally demand such price?

Heat added nevertheless.
#2
martinelsen
Thats a very nice unpretentious looking bass IMO.

Good price for the spec and bundle.

A little bit skeptical about the RRP though - Stagg axes dont normally demand such price?

Heat added nevertheless.


Cheers for the heat.

I know what you mean about the RRP. Norman's quote it at £187 for the guitar itself (which I guess is £190 without the VAT adjustment), and I don't think I've ever seen a Stagg for that sort of price. Decent Epiphone bass guitars tend to start at only £30 or so more than that, so it's not as if there's much of a market at that end of the £100-£200 spectrum. I can see how something higher than £130 can be justified, since the Squier P-Bass sells for that and this looks better and is spec'ed better, but it's just not a £190 guitar.

'Tis still a thousand times better than those nasty little Starfire things Cash Converters sell for about the same cash, mind you.
#3
Ah... what I would give for either a Chapman Stick, the original Strata Bass or perhaps a Steinberger headless in ferrari red :)

Or a Wal...

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