#1
Hi

Is Ibanez GRX20 the best low price begginer eletric guitar on the market?

http://www.samash.com/ibanez-grx20-electric-guitar-igrx20

I want to play, most of the time, on my pc with Rocksmith, ReValve and GuitarRig.

I've never ever played before.

Budget? - $100-$200

Favorite Artists? - Gun's. avenged, Nirvana, Beatles, Red Hot, Scorpions, ...

Preferences? - I don't really know, a stantard one may fit me well.

Pickups? - No idea.

New or Used? - Brand new.

Location? - A good store in Manhattan, I was told about Guitar Center and Sam Ash

Current Gear? - None.

Thank you.
Last edited by Bergami at Jan 23, 2014,
#2
Quote by Bergami
Is Ibanez GRX20 the best low price begginer eletric guitar on the market?

http://www.samash.com/ibanez-grx20-electric-guitar-igrx20

I want to play, most of the time, on my pc with Rocksmith, ReValve and GuitarRig.

I've never ever played before.


There is a sticky that tells you what to post if you want advice. I am not able to give advice because I am a noob too, but I know you will get much better feedback/help if you answer the questions.

https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1497696
Last edited by Noobur at Jan 23, 2014,
#4
http://www.rondomusic.com/product4175.html
Rootbeer finish LP w/ minor cosmetic damage

I have not played an Agile yet so I can't personally vouch for it but there are many people who have played 'em who say that they are usually better quality than Epiphone Stds and there's always a few who think they're better than the cheap Gibsons too.

Couple that with these cosmetic damage markdowns and you can get a lot of guitar for not a lot of money.

There's 3 others if you prefer a different finish, but that Rootbeer is pretty sweet looking in my opinion.

http://www.rondomusic.com/product979.html
Goldtop

http://www.rondomusic.com/product6091.html
Flat black

http://www.rondomusic.com/product4606.html
Tobacco Sunburst. Includes a case too.

All under 200$
#5
Jackson JS11. There are plenty of reviews on them. I've had all kinds and I believe this is the best bang for the buck.