#1
Im on a very tight budget and looking at the cheapest guitars I can find that will sound decent and wont fall appart when I touch it, im looking for ones that are in the EU and I wont have to pay for shipping fro america or whatnot.

Anyway I was looking at this, is it any good, does anyone know? Also I heard that beginers are better off with smaller guitars, this is full size will that give me any problems?
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If its no good can anyone point me to a better guitar around the £50 max price range?

Thanks, and sorry if the post didnt come out right im a bit hungover
#3
sorry to break it to you, but to get a decent sounding and well built guitar, you're gonna need more than 50 pounds. I dont know anything about that guitar, but at 29 pounds, you can be sure it isn't any good.
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Fender Hot Rod Deville 2x12
Custom Built Guitar (made it myself)
PRS SE Soapbar II Maple
Fender Stratacoustic (Stolen! )
Digitech RP200
Boss MT-2
Roland Microcube
I like my stuff!
#4
Well I know that Yamahaa have good beginer guitars, that you can get for about £90, will it be possible/wise to get that seacond hand for a little less? If its that bad then I will have to wait a while longer before buying one then.
#5
In most cases, you get what you pay for. You're going to need about £100 for something decent.
#6
Ok can anyone tell me if this is any good? Its upping my budget a bit but its still under £100
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#7
^--It doesnt have a solid top so it cant really be called 'good'
#8
beginners packs usually arent very good. good enough for beginners? possibly. but if you plan on getting any farther, you're going to need to pay a bit more. you get what you pay for. you really do.
#10
the yamaha is probably your best choice. if i was restricted to your price range, i would probably get one as well.