Epiphone Thunderbird IV Pro and both Gallien Kruger/TC Electronic, dependin' on price
as with a coterranean of yours in a few thread before, I start congratulatin' for your beautiful country. I felt in love with Portugal in 2011!
Back to music...
On basses I'm very straight: Epiphone Thunderbird Pro IV... especially if you can manage a Vintage Sunburst (very classy!)
I own that one too... it sports a proficient two band equalizer and the neckthru body with mahogany wings and Gotoh himass
bridge support very well a full step downtunin' (D, G, C, F) and
(in my case) a Hipshot GB7 bass extender (C, G, C, F) easily put in as a direct replacement of the Grover E string tuner.
You have plenty of power (and even a Vintage touch of style) just get accustomed to a very far approach to first frets, for the shape of the body pushes them far from you when standin'
On combo amps, Behringer bear a lot of sheer power, yet hard to properly set and, in short, sometimes plainly unuseful. It's up to you between Gallien Kruger and TC Electronic
200w is more than enough to rehearse with a drummer on your side, and Gallien delivers that particular punchy sound that can match with Epiphone Thunderbird grunt attack...
Otherwise, TC Electronic is a bit more performant down a hifi sound point of view (that's what some 50 more watts are for).
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