#1
Hey, I have been playing guitar on and off for about a year and a half now and have finally decided that its about time I started to learn properly rather than just mess around with tabs and be generally rubbish all the time...

The trouble is I am struggling to do this my current guitar (an Epiphone SG-400) as without any hollow body there is no ring to the notes, and with it plugged in I am stuggling to really develop accurate technique and tone control.

There for I am looking to but a new guitar, either electro-aco or semi-solid - but cant really decide which one. Both have there merits and downsides for learning and any help from any angles on suggestions from more experienced players would be appreciated.

Thanks
#3
That is of course the other option... but i want to keep it electric to maximise the use i can get out of one guitar... being a poor student I cant keep affording new ones, even fiarly cheap ones
#4
I'm not getting why you think a hollowbody is entirely necessary here. How does that impact your learning?
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#5
Get an Electro acoustic?

Acoustic is probably the best to learn on for building proper technique + finger strength!
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#6
I just recently bought a d-series takamine, that's the entry level series. It's a great guitar, electro-acoustic as well. I definitely recommend it.
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