#1
Hi,

I've decided to learn the guitar and have no idea where to start.

I would like an acoustic guitar and am right handed.

I've set a budget of around £200. Believe that to be sufficient.

It would be great if you could also recommend a tuner and any sites.

Thanks,

A
#2
£200 for a first time ever acoustic and tuner is more than enough. I bought my first korg tuner from amazon for £5 and it does the job simply and easily. That leaves you £195 to buy a decent acoustic, look out for something like a fender acoustic with that budget.

Also if you don't have the ability to take in person lessons then there are a couple of websites out there that you can subscribe to for lessons. It's what I did and it's really enjoyable and fun and it's like having a friend teach you. Doing it this way lets you take things at your own pace which I think is a plus. I won't name the website in case you're not allowed to on this forum but if you just google "online guitar lessons" you're sure to find them.
#3
hi

its very important one. if you are interested in guitar so you will get one good class and go study for this.
#4
I use the gStrings app on my phone. Works great, and is free. You can try it out, before buying a tuner.

EDIT: This guitar looks and sounds great for 200gbp: Lindo LDG-BF

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SINd7BtNaw
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#5
I got my first acoustic in November (2014) it's an Epiphone DR-100 in ebony and in my opinion it is a fantastic guitar. After playing classical and electric ('97 bullet strat) for just under three years I got this beautiful acoustic for £90 and I would highly recommend it.

http://www.epiphone.com/Products/Acoustic/DR-100.aspx
Last edited by Explosiontaster at Aug 25, 2015,