#1
OMFG! I don't know WHAT TO CHOOSE!
Electric or Acoustic?
If I get electric I get Yamaha 112 Pacifica OVS.
If I get acoustic I get FG720S OBB.

I like songs like...

beck - moon on the water
boys of summer - the ataris
god knows - haruhi _____
one more time one more chance - yamazaki masayoshi
tentai kanzoku - bump of chicken

T_T can anyone help me?
i going to music store THIS WEEKEND!
#2
Quote by ShootingStars
OMFG! I don't know WHAT TO CHOOSE!
Electric or Acoustic?
If I get electric I get Yamaha 112 Pacifica OVS.
If I get acoustic I get FG720S OBB.

I like songs like...

beck - moon on the water
boys of summer - the ataris
god knows - haruhi _____
one more time one more chance - yamazaki masayoshi
tentai kanzoku - bump of chicken

T_T can anyone help me?
i going to music store THIS WEEKEND!



if you have neither, and are a beginner guitarist, get an acoustic.
#3
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Those guys really don't help me understand.

Anyways, are you going to be playing chordy, clean stuff, or overdriven, melody based work?

If the chordy, get an acoustic, the melody, electric.
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#4
Quote by 007SixString
if you have neither, and are a beginner guitarist, get an acoustic.


well i like playing chords along with my favorite songs while they r singing... so is acoustic the way to go?
but electric sounds cool for those electric guitar songs....
the electric guitar + amp will be bit over budget... though
and yes i am a beginner with no guitar exp only flute/ visual piano
Last edited by ShootingStars at Sep 26, 2008,
#5
Quote by ShootingStars
well i like playing chords along with my favorite songs while they r singing... so is acoustic the way to go?
but electric sounds cool for those electric guitar songs....
the electric guitar + amp will be bit over budget... though
and yes i am a beginner with no guitar exp only flute/ visual piano



get the acoustic. and then get an electric later. the acoustics strings will be harder to push down, but that pays off big time. you got to build hand strength and proper technique, and the acoustic will be better for you.
#6
Get the one for the type of music you enjoy the most. Electric tends to be easier to play, you will learn more techniques correctly because you will be able to hear all your mistakes through the amp very clearly, whereas acoustic is more forgiving and will tend to mask sloppier playing. Your brute finger strength will be developed better on an acoustic, but that's about it.
Last edited by KingStill at Sep 26, 2008,
#9
of course when the time comes around when he gets a electric that he will push down too hard and become all tense and stuff like i did. well i guess if he learns to play light on the electric then get the acoustic! they do help with finger strength. but the most important thing is to get what you will use more in the long run.