#1
I love my Epi SG. I really do. I'm a beginner at guitar, but willing to learn as much theory/styles/techniques possible. In fact, I got my guitar a month ago. I'm urging for a Strat or a PRS now. Is it wrong to want another guitar when you're a newbie?

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#3
i dont think so...ive only had my electric, a cheap epiphone les paul specail 2 model, since february and while i love the guitar i still would rather have a schecter c-1+ i just cant afford it right now because i just blew all my money on my new vypyr
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#4
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No the more guitars the better! Plus it'll give ya a chance to try out different brands, guitars.



I feel really guilty though. I want a Strat, and a PRS. My mom bought me my first guitar (Epi), and I would feel horrible buying another guitar. I think if I get a job and earn the money, I can say that I truly earned another.

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#6
love ur enthusiasm, but maybe learn a bit more and become more proficient before heading off to your nearest PRS dealership lol
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#7
i dont think it's wrong. but before i buy an expensive gear, especially a guitar, i make sure i'm good enough for it. it would help you progress.
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#8
Try out some guitars first before you buy em to.. if ya buy some cheap random guitar your gonna feel really bad
#9
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love ur enthusiasm, but maybe learn a bit more and become more proficient before heading off to your nearest PRS dealership lol



Thanks! You're probably right; I should really earn a new guitar/amp once I get "good" at playing. And when I mean good like really good. Not after like, learning a set amount of things, but applying the techniques.

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#11
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yeah, definitely wait a little bit. most quit before a year is up.


No way dude! I've been borrowing my brother's guitar for a year and half, self-taught. That's where I learned my stuff on. I got my SG in June this year. I'm really serious about guitar. Why would I learn theory if I didn't care about guitar?

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#12
its ok to want but dont expect another guitar for a year or 2 otehrwise you're spoield
#13
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its ok to want but dont expect another guitar for a year or 2 otehrwise you're spoield



Definitely man. Besides, it'll be good to have a year for deciding what I TRULY want as a second guitar. I think I already am a bit spoiled though

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#15
well. my electric guitars retarded the necks f@$#ed so nothing can be played on first fret.... i've been playing for... 9 months now and i want a new electric but i jus bought an acoustic lol.
anyway i wanna get an epi les paul. so... i think i'll deserve one at the start of next year. i play every night for an hour or so.
#16
I say hold on for a bit and develop your music taste a bit more.When you know what kind of sound you want go out and get it!
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