Electric Guitars - The Best Buy Guide www.gibson-accoustic-guitar.com
What greater gift could you buy for someone than a super cool and cherished guitar that will (hopefully) bring years of listening pleasure and poetic expression of words to their personality? The perfect gift by far is - the guitar! If you want to play heavy metal, then the electric guitar is the way to go.
Any electric guitar for sale belongs to one of three basic body styles: solid-body, semi-hollow, and hollow-body. The solid body electric guitar is a good choice when loud, sustained amplification and lots of effects is the desired sound one is looking for.
The semi-hollow body guitar is useful when more of an acoustic sound, with high levels of amplification is required. The typical hollow-body, or jazz guitar you'll find for sale provides the acoustic sound plus an electric sound when plugged into an amplifier, but these hollow-body guitars can be prone to feedback at high levels of amplification.
Your main determining factor for choosing a guitar will be how much you are willing to spend. The choices available today are limitless in styles, features, and the all important price tag. If you are new to the guitar, you'll be surprised at just how well a "budget" or even used instruments sounds.
Most "cheap" electrics are solid-body, and will carry a price of between $100 to $300 dollars. A great source of used affordable equipment can be found on eBay.com; you can find great deals on quality guitars there. Another perfect resource for new guitar players is how-to-guitar.com.
This site has a wonderful buyers guide, and really covers all aspects of buying, playing, and building an electric guitar. I highly recommend that site for any "newbie's" to the electric guitar.
Buying Your First Electric Guitar Buying a guitar can be very exciting if you do the appropriate research before hitting the online stores. The answer to whether you buy new or used will depend on your budget and the quality of guitar you wish to purchase.
There are many brands and models of guitars for sale and you must do your due diligence before settling on a particular instrument. And once you have browsed the selections and made a purchase, then the real excitement begins as you feel the rush of mastering this most perfect instrument.
Expensive guitars are usually easier to play than the cheaper ones, so be careful before buying the cheapest guitar. Trying to play a hard-to-play guitar can be a terrible experience for a beginner guitarist.
My advice is to not buy the cheapest guitar you find. Instead, save a bit more and buy a bit better guitar. A guitar above $150 would be good. If you’re buying an electric guitar, then add the price of a guitar amplifier ($50) to your budget.
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