#1
Hi again! Don't worry for anyone who answered my previous thread, I haven't changed my mind to an electro acoustic! In fact, it's actually my Sister who is interested in one. She has been playing for approximately 2 years, perhaps more, and has decided she wants an electro acoustic. When I say budget, I am talking around the £100 mark, and I know this isn't a lot, and I will probably try to advise her to save for a while longer, but I was wondering is there is actually anything half decent that can be had around that price range? Thanks for any help you can give us.
#2
seriously to get any sort of quality in both tone and build you need to start at about £350, keep saving
#3
I think we both know that, it's just she's only 14 so doesn't really get any huge opportunities to get large amounts of cash. I think the max she could spend is around the £150 mark, possibly nearing towards £200. Any suggestions for the £100, £150 and £200 mark?
#4
my suggestion, is to advise her to buy a quality Acoustic and to add a sound hole mic to the guitar at a later date. in the US i would suggest, alvarez, or yamaha.

if she sticks with an acoustic, she can get a better quality guitar and still be able to use it, until she saves a little more money for the mic.

additionally if she plays out at a pub, or for a band jam, she can still place a mic in front of the guitar to amplify anyway.
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#5
for £140 there's one of those epiphone player packs. epiphone PR-4E, a crappy little 15W practise amp and a few other things. I got it because i had **** all in the way of money, It's nothing special but its about as good as your gona get at that price.

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