#2
Like alot of people say, if you can, or just wait, and buy something with more then $140 if you can. There are alot of okay guitars for that price. Is it going to be your first electric?
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#3
Honestly I think you would be better to just save up. I know you probley want to start jammin ASAP but you can do alot better.
#5
Quote by FacingUsAll
For a starter electric guitar, I think the very best is a Behringer iAXE393 for the following reasons:

1) It's cheap. Only $120.

2) The 3 Single coils will help you develop your ear because of the different tones you can get from 5-way switching.

3) It's got a trem that you can learn goofy trem-crap on .

4) It plugs into your computer and runs off of amp modeling software so you don't have to waste money on a crappy amp that you'll want to get rid of later on.


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Quote by utsapp89
^I'd let a pro look at it. Once you get into the technicalities of screws...well, it's just a place you don't want to be, friend.
#6
I had a peavey raptor exp, and for 130 it sounded pretty good for a beginner guitar. It has 2 single coil, and 1 double coil pickups (5 way switching). Idk i thought it wasnt bad for the price.