#1
I've been playing for about 9 month, and I have a Squier Stratocaster, I want another guitar because that's too much for beginners. What guitar should I get? I don't want anything above $250 because I'm not good enough, so the experience won't be worth it.
#2
Stick with your Squier for another while until you get better.
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#3
$250 would still be a pretty crummy guitar i wouldn't bother. keep saving and get a new one after about a year.
You can still get a nice guitar if your not experienced, having a good guitar will encourage you to play more and get better. And it will be easier to play aswell
#4
i'd wait until your budget is bigger to upgrade. at $250 you're basically taking a side step.
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#5
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i'd wait until your budget is bigger to upgrade. at $250 you're basically taking a side step.


This. The Squier actually isn't too bad of a guitar. With a pickup and bridge change along with a good setup, you've got a pretty damn good guitar.
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#6
Ok, thanks guys. How long should I play for so I can buy a better guitar? And how much money would a decent one cost?
#7
That depends, what styles do you play? You can get a good guitar cheap used.
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