#1
whats the best bluesy guitar i can get for about...200$?
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#3
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The best cheap blues guitar is going to cost a bit more than $200 - but look into a Fender Strat.

Whts the cheapest u know i can get a strat for? linky?
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#7
look for a used epiphone dot studio, theyre only 269 new or 300 for the black finish so you could go over 200 a bit or find a used one for around that
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#8
An amp that will do blues well is going to be much more important than a blues guitar. If you played a Fender Strat, which is typically considered a good blues guitar, through a metal amp it would still sound like a metal guitar. Compared to if you played a guitar designed for metal through a blues amp it would still sound like the blues tone wise.
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An amp that will do blues well is going to be much more important than a blues guitar. If you played a Fender Strat, which is typically considered a good blues guitar, through a metal amp it would still sound like a metal guitar. Compared to if you played a guitar designed for metal through a blues amp it would still sound like the blues tone wise.

Exactly.
#10
$200 is better spent of guitar lessons with a blues instructor. Any guitar, acoustic, SG, LP, strat, in any pup configuration can be a great blues guitar. I play blues on an HB and single coils. An amp can dictate the tone but it's up to your fingers in the end. $200 gets you better fingers than amp or guitar for the money .
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#11
A good blues guitar=whatever guitar you can afford.

Period.

Now a guitar that will give you a good blues sound depends on what amp you have and what your idea of a good blues sound is.