#1
Hey there i have a question. I want to buy an electric guitar but i dont know which one to buy. If you know of any guitars that sound good and also not over $400 please tell me the name.

Thanks
#3
yeah, ibanez is good. but can we have more detail-what music do you play? do you want a tremelo (probably not, if you don't know what it is, say no)
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#5
Epiphone Les Paul Studio Electric Guitar.

that's a pretty good starter guitar, plus it's only about $349.99.
#6
No matter what you get, it'll sound like sh*t until you can play it.

So just get whatever.
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#7
I dont really play any music right now but i want to play rock. yeah i dont know what a tremelo is.
#9
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I dont really play any music right now but i want to play rock. yeah i dont know what a tremelo is.



try a starter pack then until you get better.
#11
Quote by Mwoit
This $400, is that including amp or not including amp?

Well I guess including amp, Im poor as ****...
#12
YAMAHA Pacifica 112 - $196.99

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Yamaha-PAC112J-Electric-Guitar?sku=511077

Amazing starting guitar, I had one... was brilliant

IBANEZ RG321MH + Accessories - $289.98

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Ibanez-RG321-Electric-Guitar-with-Planet-Waves-Accessory-Pack?sku=517948

Lots of people rave about this one, and very good value for the price.

MICRO CUBE - $125.99

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Roland-Micro-Cube-Battery-Powered-Amp-with-COSM-and-Effects?sku=480196

Also heard this was great too.


VOX AD15VT - $189.99
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Vox-Valvetronix-AD15VT-15W-Guitar-Combo?sku=481958

Played one of these before, very versatile stuff.

So good luck
#13
Epiphone, Squier, or Ibanez depending on your style
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#14
Try a Squier starter pack. Get the one with the Fender amp included (Frontman 15G, I think). Squiers aren't the greatest guitars ever, but they will definitely help you when you're learning to play and will last until you get a new guitar.
#15
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try a starter pack then until you get better.


good point. and don't go for something too expensive incase you find you don't like it so you won't have wasted a heap of money. my first guitar was a squire strat and it's perfect for learning electic on.
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#16
Quote by claptonfan55
Try a Squier starter pack. Get the one with the Fender amp included (Frontman 15G, I think). Squiers aren't the greatest guitars ever, but they will definitely help you when you're learning to play and will last until you get a new guitar.



well if you like playing "modern rock" you might want to look at the Ibanez starter pack, the GRX40 has a much faster neck then the squeer pack, and also if you want to play like a SG or Jackson when you get older, if there your dream guitar it would be best to use the Ibanez with the jumbo frets. I dont know how you could go from fenders small frets which i hate to extra jumbo size it would definatly take some practice. But if you like the fender look and more classical stuff or cleans, then go with the squier pack.