#1
Hey guys, my current guitar is a bit... Well it's old and breaking down a bit, after looking up what I need to fix it, I just figured I'd look into getting a new replacement guitar for cheap. Now this may seem weird, but I really enjoy the work of Douglas guitars (Cause they're cheap but they just feel right) but I'm primarily a bassist sOoOoOoOoOo I don't know exactly what's to be offered with guitars...

Basically, what I'm asking is if this guitar is good or not!

http://www.rondomusic.com/peragro2ts.html

Thanks in advance!
Fair enough.
#2
For the price, you can't hurt yourself too much. If they feel right, go for it - a guitar ten times the $99 this one costs might feel worse. Afterall, only a guitar you like to play will help you improve, or atleast that's how I see it.
Please let me keep this memory, just this one ..
#3
You can pretty much guarantee the hardware and electronics will be crap, but the way I see it, if the wood is right the guitar is right, everything else can be changed, especially for $100. At least it's not made of plywood. Beware though, that's a smaller scale guitar, meaning it's not full size. You will likely need to set it up properly too because I'm pretty sure it won't come set up. Also, the frets might not be level so that could be a project for you. These are just things that come on cheap guitars usually.
Last edited by Necronomicon at Aug 1, 2011,
#4
I'd personally look for a squier locally, probably used, that feels and sounds decent.
#5
http://www.rondomusic.com/hawkrn3ts.html

How about this guy? Also, maybe I'm a fool or maybe I have a cheap style, but I just tend to like the sound of cheaper guitars to the more expensive I suppose... I don't know, just let me know what you think of that one as opposed to the other one.
Fair enough.