At Bass Direct it's never been easier to purchase your dream bass!
We offer several finance options from different providers to spread the cost of your purchase. We offer everything from 0% interest with 10% deposit to flexible finance with competitive rates.
If you have any questions about our finance options simply contact us via email or phone call and we will be happy to tell you everything you need to know.
With interest-free loans for musical instruments, equipment and software, we help to support musicians at every level.
Take it away offer 9 months interest free finance with a 10% deposit for purchases up to £2000.
Whether you are a professional musician or just starting out, making music can be tough financially. The cost of instruments and private lessons mean some people never discover the joy of learning and playing music. For disabled musicians who need adapted instruments, the problems can be particularly challenging.
At Take it away, we work with our retail partners, Arts Council England and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland to break down these barriers. A part of Creative United, a community interest company that drives economic growth and social impact in the arts and creative industries, we provide a range of subsidised and non-subsidised loans. These are designed to make learning, playing and participating in music more affordable and open to everyone. Together with our partners, we look to enable and inspire a life-long love of music.
Credit is provided by Omni Capital Retail Finance.
Who is Take it away run by?
- Take it away is operated by Creative United, a not-for-profit Community Interest Company.
- Creative United is an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation
- Creative United provides a range of financial products and services designed to enable the growth and development of the UK’s cultural and creative industries.
- Our mission is to build a sustainable and resilient creative economy, making the arts accessible for all.
- The communities that we serve include creative businesses (including individual artists and creative practitioners), charitable and social enterprises, and other organisations operating within the wider arts and creative industries.