#1
Lately I've been feeling like I should get a new guitar. I got my first one about six months ago, and I'm kind of getting bored of it (maybe outgrowing it). It's a cheap strat knock-off that isn't even made anymore. I'm getting bored of its look and its crappy sound. Should I want another guitar this soon? I feel like if I mention it to anyone they'll be like... "Why do you need another?"
#2
i have a friend who has eight guitars. You need them for diffrent styles and being genrally cool. But remember - allways have a better amp than guitar.
#3
It depends how good you are, what you plan to do, and what you're doing right now.
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It depends how good you are, what you plan to do, and what you're doing right now.

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If you cant play sh!t and just a new SG like my neighbor u are spolied

But if u have some skill explain to ur parents and try to get them to understand why the one you have sucks

and show them a good guitar


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#6
My parents got me a second guitar after 8 months of playing for my birthday. I don't see what's wrong with getting a new guitar that soon, as long as you're commited to playing.
#7
You always want another guitar
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#8
I'm very committed to playing, but I don't imagine it becoming anything more than a hobby any time soon. I'm no guitar god right now, especially since I'm self taught.

My amp is absolutely nothing special. Says PG-10 on it, and that's about all I know or care to know about it. I plan on getting a new one at christmas though, so that's not a big deal.

I think this urge has a lot to do with the fact that I love collecting things. Also, the fact that I'm going to have a bunch of extra coin helps.
#9
This is called GAS. It stands for Gear Acquiring Syndrome. It will only get worse.

I have 3 guitars, and have been playing for just more than a year. Technically one is dads, and one was £20, but still.

If you're buying it yourself, then why should anyone else's opinion matter?
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This is called GAS. It stands for Gear Acquiring Syndrome. It will only get worse.

I have 3 guitars, and have been playing for just more than a year. Technically one is dads, and one was £20, but still.

If you're buying it yourself, then why should anyone else's opinion matter?



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#11
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I'm very committed to playing, but I don't imagine it becoming anything more than a hobby any time soon. I'm no guitar god right now, especially since I'm self taught.

My amp is absolutely nothing special. Says PG-10 on it, and that's about all I know or care to know about it. I plan on getting a new one at christmas though, so that's not a big deal.

I think this urge has a lot to do with the fact that I love collecting things. Also, the fact that I'm going to have a bunch of extra coin helps.

Then you need a new amp far more than you need a new guitar - the amp is the biggest culprit in as far as your crappy sound goes.
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Then you need a new amp far more than you need a new guitar - the amp is the biggest culprit in as far as your crappy sound goes.


Yeah, that's the issue. I don't need a new guitar (my current one is very functional, just kinda cheap. Though I've never really played any other one, so I don't know the difference), I only want one.