#1
This is the Crafter Cruiser ST 120

Available in Red, Blue, Black.

STATS:
~Hardwood Body
~Maple Neck / Rosewood Fretboard
~Three Single Coil Pickups
~Vintage Tremolo System
~22 Frets
~Weight = 5500g

So, guys, what do you think? Is it a good guitar for beginners?

Remember, this is not your opinion based on YOUR current ability, it is based on good-ness(sp?) for beginners.
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#4
well ive never heard of that brand and thats a problem...

what kind of music do you want to play?
#5
i have never really heard of a crafter, i wouldnt get it
in my experience of guitars, i have always spent the extra cash and got a good brand name guitar that i trust, because they will last longer and have better quility, even if you are a beginner, i would get something like an ibenez or even a crappy squire just because i know squire as a brand name more that crafter and therefore i would trust it more to last and hold its tune, bc you wont be a beginner for ever, and when you do become more advanced guitar player, you want a guitar that can take you there to the next level, instead of having a cheap first guitar that wont last very long, and has low quility, and having to upgrade with in a year to a better guitar

whats your price range and what music do you play?
Last edited by the_man101 at Jul 21, 2006,
#6
How much did it cost?
It doesn't seem too bad for a beginner but you might want to consider a Squier. Or even better a used Fender.
Just avoid unknown brands.
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#7
Quote by the_man101
i have never really heard of a crafter, i wouldnt get it
in my experience of guitars, i have always spent the extra cash and got a good brand name guitar that i trust, because they will last longer and have better quility, even if you are a beginner, i would get something like an ibenez, bc you wont be a beginner for ever, and when you do become more advanced guitar player, you want a guitar that can take you there to the next level, instead of having a cheap first guitar that wont last very long, and has low quility, and having to upgrade with in a year to a better guitar

whats your price range and what music do you play?


i was gonna reccomend him a RG
#8
Quote by ma04hew
This is the Crafter Cruiser ST 120

Available in Red, Blue, Black.

STATS:
~Hardwood Body
~Maple Neck / Rosewood Fretboard
~Three Single Coil Pickups
~Vintage Tremolo System
~22 Frets
~Weight = 5500g

So, guys, what do you think? Is it a good guitar for beginners?

Remember, this is not your opinion based on YOUR current ability, it is based on good-ness(sp?) for beginners.


This fits everything you listed.

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/OLP-MM1-Electric-Guitar?sku=516000

My uncle's been playing for 30 years, so he decided to check this out because of the price. For $250, it's amazing. You can abuse the trem BIG TIME without it going out of tune.
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#11
Man, don't. A bad guitar is a bad guitar, no matter what skill level you're at.
#12
You should check the Yamaha pacifica 012. very good guitar for begginers. it pownz my poor squier strat