#1
I/ve been playing acoustic guitar for about 2 years now and are consdering converting to electric. I/m looking for an inexpensive_good quality guitar that would be perfect for my first electric.
Any Ideas?
#2
What style of music will you be playing and how much money do you want to spend?
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#3
if you have $350 to spend the standard fender strat is a great starting guitar that will last you a very long time
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Any bands you're trying to copy/sound like?
#4
If you play rock or metal, the RG321mh is pretty nice, and if you want a better tone, just change the pickups.
#5
you could go with a beginner package for pretty cheap such as the squier strat pack shop around at your local guitar retailer play as many different guitars as possible and find the ones that suits your taste
#6
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if you have $350 to spend the standard fender strat is a great starting guitar that will last you a very long time


I was gonna make the same suggestion, but i wanted to make sure he didnt want to play metal first.

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#7
What style of music will you be playing and how much money do you want to spend?

I/d Be playing NoFX_Rancid_Green Day_Blink 182_ Red hot chili pepper etc etc
#8
the fender should be just fine then.
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#10
its not very good but if thats all you can afford then go for it

but i strongly recommend going to a guitar shop and playing with it for a little bit to see if you really like it before you purchase it
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#12
Definitely shop around and try a number of guitars. Suggestions and name brands are nice, but, remember it has to play and sound like you want it to. Take your time and have fun shopping.
#13
If you already have an amp, a mexican fender of some kind. If not, i recommend the ibanez starter kit. It comes with a half decent fat strat ripoff, and i still use mine today.
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