#1
The specs are:

Body: Eastern Poplar
Neck: Maple ? Bolt On
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Frets: 22
Neck Inlays: Pearloid Sail-Fin
Tuners: Wilkinson® WJ05
Bridge: Tune-O-Matic with Stop Bar Tailpiece
Pickups: Wilkinson® Double Coil x 2
(N) WMSH (B)WMSH
Hardware: Satin Black
Controls: 1 x Volume/ 1 x Tone/ Super 5-Way Lever

Would that make for a guitar that a 14 year old could use (i.e. mostly practicing, no gigs)?
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#2
I'm geussing with all the wilkinson stuff and the poplar body its a vintage, and age has nothing to do with it, I'm 13, I have a Dean baby V, at christmas (I'll be 14 by then) I'm getting an Ibanez S470
#3
its really what feels comfortable.

i'm using a strat copy right now, and ill be 14 in a few months.
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#7
yeh that'd be good for a beginner (at whatever age)
I'd never buy an ugly guitar like those on the site AlGeeEater posted (but that's just my opinion of course).
#11
yea anno i played it and it is a sweet ass guitar, but it doesnt matter what guitar you use, im 14 and i mostly use my carvin ct6m but i have a 1983 strat hm and a maverick species as well
maybe so...maybe so young one.

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#13
i'm 14 and I have a Jackson Soloist, Gibson Flying V, and an Ibanez S2170 Prestige..
Age has nothing to do with it.
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#14
soloist, sweet guitar man, i was gonna get one when i was in america but i had other cities to go to and didnt want to haul it around all day.

Which series is it in?
maybe so...maybe so young one.

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#15
It doesn't matter about the age. If you were concerned with practicing and not gigging, you should worry for your amp.
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#16
hmmm that amp would be just good for bedroom practice but why not get an amp that has real good inbuilt effects so you kill two birds with one stone and if you wanna go gigging the amp is perfectly giggable of course you need to mike it but still
#17
Unless you've been playing a really long time and are one of those frustrating "dad has taught them to play since they were 3" kids, chances are just about anything is enough for a 14 year old. Most people start on a ****ty starter, and then buy something nicer when they are more comfortable with knowing what they want and what feels good. Basically, pick was feels comfortable to you. I got lucky and picked a pretty nice guitar when I started out, and I actually still play it and cant seem to find much that I like more (short of spending a few grand...).
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#19
I really don't get why all the 14 year olds have great gear.
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#21
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I really don't get why all the 14 year olds have great gear.


Rich daddys. I started on a squier and I have a rg350dx that i got for 260usd, I am wanting somthing new but I cant decide what I want, somthing with 24 frets, a floyd like trem, 2 humbuckers, and somthing that handles metal and of course, looks bad ass lol.
#22
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^^ Just lucky I guess.

Or very spoiled?
My SICK rig!:

-Ibanez GRX20Z
-Vox Valvetronix AD30VT

^So much better than my Bullet Reverb!!

Awesome!