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12 best gifts for Bassists 2021

Jules, in Community news
Jun 16, 2021 | 10 min read

Are you looking for the perfect gift for the bassist in your band? We’ve listed our favorite gears and best gifts for bass guitarists.

1. La Bella 760FS Deep Talkin’ Bass

Imagine strings that get better as they get older – this is the set of strings for your favorite bassist. With a stainless steel flat wound – it gives off classic vintage tones that won’t damage your friend’s expensive bridge neck. You can keep it in your case for a long time as it is packaged well with MAP Technology that ensures it freshness.

Why we love it:
Each string is hand-polished for an incredibly smooth finish

Starts at $42.95 USD

2. GLS Audio 10 – Bass Guitar Cable

Your bass player friend will be forever grateful to you for getting this top-selling cable. What makes this cable super durable and flexible is its OFC Insulator shield and PVC shield. It is famous for its stylish braided tweed cloth jacket, which gives it a modern appearance.

Starts at $14.49

3. Trace Elliot ELF Ultra Compact Bass Amplifier

If you have a gigging friend or if perhaps you are a bassist yourself and would like to gift yourself something a little more than $200 USD, we recommend the Elf bass AMP. This is one of the smallest yet most powerful bass amplifiers out there. It has a clean output without complicating EQ. It also comes with a Nylon carrying bag that should protect it from that gigging lifestyle.

Starts at $350 USD

4. MusicNomad The Nomad Tool Set – The Original Nomad Tool & The Nomad Slim (MN204)

If you want a simpler gift we recommend a good cleaning tool set. All types of guitarists need this! It will help prolong the life of and preserve the tone of your current strings too.

Price starts at $12.99

5. Original Dragon’s Heart Guitar Pick

As much as people don’t want to admit it – guitar picks actually play a role in the way your stringed instrument sounds. Our favorite is this odd shaped guitar pick – it claims 1000 hours of durability. It measures 2.5mm in thickness and caters to different playing styles.

Gift this to your bassist and you’ll see a consistent balanced attack.

Starts at $14.97

6. Squier by Fender Bronco Bass

Fender’s line Squier has always been the easiest and most popular choice for younger beginners or small players – with its short 30“ scale length. It is light, sounds great and inexpensive. You can be sure to play alternative rock and progressive metal straight out of the box. It has a slim and comfortable “C”-shaped neck profile, and a single-coil Bronco Bass pickup. You can last the entire gig carrying its thin and lightweight body. Its satin finish neck makes it easy to slide through the fret.

Why we love it: You can play it straight out of the box!

Starts at $173

7. Yamaha TRBX504 TBL

Looking for a 4-String Premium Electric Bass Guitar? TRBX500 has a simple brief tone. Its premium mahogany body and design delivers a flexible and sheer tonal quality to allow you to sculpt the music you like. Another perfect guitar for beginners to intermediate bassists, versatile for anybody still learning different styles of music. It is definitely stylish and protected by Yamaha’s lifetime warranty.

Why we love it: Deep, punchy tone

Starts at $500 USD

Bass Guitar Yamaha TRBX504

8. Fender American Professional II Precision Bass V 3-color Sunburst with Rosewood Fingerboard

If your bassist is looking to upgrade to a more industry standard instrument – they can turn to Fender’s precision bass line – both producers and engineers know this instrument. It already comes with a hardshell case.  One this new about it is a split-coil pickup which allows it to have enough punch and growl.

Why we love it:3-color sunburst and its body finish of glass polyurethane

Starts at $1,649.99 USD

9. Behringer Ultra-DI DI400P

DI or Direct Inject allows you to run bass directly into microphone preamplifiers and also to send signals over extended cable run without losing volume and significant high-frequency.

One of the famous and easy choice is Radial ProDI. {what does this mean”} Of course now you have more choices and if we could choose one Beringer Ultra-DI DI400P, it is very compact and price is far below what most boxes cost, high-performance. Perfect for both stage and studio use, its black and rugged metal case will take the beating of roadshows.

MSRP $36 USD

10. Soundbrenner Pulse

Yes, we may be cheating by displaying our own product but we really do believe that the foundation of a great bass player is being able to play on a steady beat. Beginners and proficient players alike need to practice with a metronome – beginners will often play really slow on complicated parts of the song and then play quickly through their favorite parts. In order to keep the same tempo – they need to use a metronome!

Why a vibrating metronome? Feeling the beat through vibrations also gets around the problem of not hearing the metronome, especially when you’re dealing with deep tones.

Soundbrenner Pulse is the world’s first vibrating metronome – this innovation will surprise your loved one!

Starts at $99 USD

11. Peavey Headliner 410 Bass Enclosure

Peavey is a brand that will always deliver pro quality. This is one of our favorite bass cabinet – although it might require a workout to carry this cab around it has a great balanced and focused tone – that won’t falter even at extremely high volume. You have the option of 400 watts,  500 watts and 800 watts.

Starts at $300 USD

12. Hal Leonard Bass Method – Complete Edition: Books 1, 2 And 3

Want a more practical and theoretical gift for a bassist? You might try to find other books on Bass theory but this one stood time and very user friendly. If you have a friend who is aspiring to be a bassist this one will direct them towards the right direction.

Starts at $22.48 USD


Soundbrenner is a company dedicated to help musicians stay focused on what truly matters: their music. By creating innovative devices, such as Soundbrenner Pulse and Core, our goal is to deliver the best possible practice experience for musicians. Click here to find out more.

Got a question about Soundbrenner wearables? Reach out to us at [email protected], we’re happy to help!

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