#1
Hi,

I'm learning guitar since one year with my Ibanez v50 and i want to by an electric, my question is can i lear at the same time with electric and acoustic ? it's not early to by it ?

Thanks for all...
#2
no way man, it's definatly not too early to buy it. My guitar playing (both electric and acoustic) took off when I got my first electric. Do it!
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no way man, it's definatly not too early to buy it. My guitar playing (both electric and acoustic) took off when I got my first electric. Do it!


This. I've had basically the same experience as this guy.
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#5
I started with an Electric. So go for it! Most things you learn on electric will carry over to acoustic, and vice versa.

Incidentally, I hate it when people ask "Do you play acoustic or electric?" They're the same thing.
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#6
if you want an electric, get an electric, yeah.
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