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Im thinking about buying an electric guitar and im just wondering how much do they cost? And how much does an amp cost?
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If you are just starting out, it's probably best not to spend too much, maybe get a cheap package deal on eBay with an amp and guitar to see if you like it or not. You can get packages like that for under £100 if you're not too picky about sound and build quality.
If you're a more experienced player, I'd reccomend getting one of the 'offshoot' brands; cheaper, budget versions of well-known brands. Fender have Squier and Gibson have Epiphone. Just make sure if you end up buying an expensive guitar, you don't waste it on a bad amplifier. If you're paying under £50, you're probably not getting all the quality. Good luck
Maximum budget- $20
Good Guitar for its price range (1st link); High quality amp (2nd link). Keep on playing, wish you all the best
First Link = Good Beginners guitar
Choose the Blemished Item " * " of Line 6III spider. This is one of the best amps today, you can do U2, Metallica, Grunge, ALternative. No need to buy effects for the mean time. $86 >this is a very good investment, sound can occupy a hall or a small auditorium.
Hey, for many years now I've played acoustic guitar (but as in from actual Spain. Playing music from some of the master like Carcassi, Giuliani, Tarrega, and Sor). I also play the oboe and flute so I've got several years of experience. This year I would like to get an electric guitar. What guitar brand would you most recommend? I have a pretty low budget (No more than $250) and would have to buy an amplifier. I don't know anything about electric guitars but can read both regular music and tabs. (Chords I suck though…) Anyway, suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!
Also, where do you recommend buying them? Musician's Friend or Giardinelli or something….
I suggest going to www. Musiciansfriend.com and browsing or subscribing to a catalog. They have a large variety of guitars (and all things musical) from a wide variety of price ranges and styles. And decent prices as well.
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