#1
Hi,
I live in Israel, and am left handed, unfortently that combination doesn't give me many options for electric guitars, and since my parents don't want to by anything off the internet my only option for a guitar anywhere near my current price range is a squier standard strat, so my question is, mainly out of curiosity, how does this guitar stand against other begginer guitars?
#2
Its ok i guess, not the best by any means, epiphones are usually better. But its decent for learning, especially if its all you can get.
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#3
well actaully if its your first guitar adn you havent played one before you could try to learn to play right handed........might be easier to have your good hand fingering......
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well actaully if its your first guitar adn you havent played one before you could try to learn to play right handed........might be easier to have your good hand fingering......


i did that and it makes things much harder. you could always pull a jimi and flip a right-handed guitar over.
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#5
Pull A Jimi!!!!! I Will Love You Forever And Never Bash Israel Again!
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#6
LOL, although the 'never bash israel' thing is very apealing I don't think I'll pull a Jimi...
Anyway, I should have mentioned this, I've been playing on a classical guitar for nearly 8 months now, so I'm afraid that changing the way I play now would be difficult and really a waste of time for me.
Another option would be to be reborn right handed, but I think I'll just stick with the squier right now ...
Anyway, thanks for the comments.