#1
im new to guitar. ive got a cheapie right to learn on, i wont say any names... but i have found an infinity les paul for sale for $175 with the case. should i invest the money and just go ahead and buy it? its in great condition and alrdy set up, and comes with the case. very purdy as well
#2
Save more money and get a better guitar. You will thank yourself in the long run.
#3
It's better to save your money to get a good guitar instead of being impatient and finding yourself with low end guitars IMO.Get solid on your starter,then when you're ready for a new one use the money you've been saving to buy a guitar that destroys it in every category,you'll be much happier in the long run.

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#4
so when u say a good guitar do u mean i should basically stay with my starter, get good at it, and then like are we talking $3k+? or can u actually get a really nice guitar for less than a grand?
#5
you can get a really nice guitar for less then $500.
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#6
any suggestions as to what my next guitar should be? just for info i guess: ive been playing for a lil bit over a week and apparently im ahead of most that have played for months, so idk if theres more of a learning curve etc. for certain guitars, and right now im playing a starcaster( yes the target strat)
#7
Nothing wrong with cheap starter guitars when you're just starting out man. If you like the Strat shape then you can upgrade to a Fender Standard Strat for $400. That would serve you well. Basically anything past the $400-$500 and up you're getting into some good guitars. No need to spend thousands to enjoy a quality instrument.
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