“Lastolite” do a range of quite good light tents of different sizes and prices. A lot of the cheaper Ebay and similar set-ups can’t easily cope with physically larger objects, so it depends what you are taking. With a medium sized enclosure you can take from small items to quite sizeable.
For actual lighting the tent, electronic flash is the way to go, for consistency. With flash, you can have total control over output, colour temperature and can use filters if you want. You can start with a single flashgun or a couple of flashguns, which is better. To save money you can look for secondhand flashguns in proper camera shops, or even auction sites.
Clearly, if you can afford it, the mini studio type flashlights are good.
Remember, with any type of bulb or photo bulb you get a deterioration of the light over time, and you may not be aware as it happens gradually, and changes the colour temperature. If you use bulbs, then change them periodically before they blow. Electronic flash is very consistent in comparison.