#1
what would be the best starter guitar that you could get for cheap money but also have good sound quality???
#2
I'm a huge fan of the Godin SD (Canadian guitar company)
I got mine for $475 which is probably a little on the expensive side for you, but really, its a great investment (and you could probably find a cheaper price than I paid somewhere as well). I started playing it 3 years ago and its still my go-to axe. So if you want to spend a little money and get a great guitar (not just for starting up, but for playing down the road as well), that would be my recommendation.
#3
ibanez rg or just go to your music store and get a 250 dollar, like a epi g 400
#4
I have a Maestro single cut (basically a Copy Les Paul)

All you need to do is change the strings and maybe pickups and you're good to go
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#5
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I have a Maestro single cut (basically a Copy Les Paul)

All you need to do is change the strings and maybe pickups and you're good to go


They sell those at best buy. Big clue right there.

What's your budget? For cheap I'd say yamaha pacifica.
#6
personnaly i think that the best a fender standard stratocaster made in mexico. i have one and it still surprising me over 3years use.
#7
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They sell those at best buy. Big clue right there.

What's your budget? For cheap I'd say yamaha pacifica.

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#8
personally, i like the Epi les paul 100. they're pretty decent stock, but finding replacement parts is easy.
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#9
Yamaha Pacifica is always good
Aria STG004 is dirt cheap and surprisingly very good indeed
Vintage VS-6 is buttons to buy and again, surprisingly good

Other than that, some of the Cort range are very good guitars.
Gibson Les Paul Studio with Catswhiskers pickups
PRS SE 'Floyd' Custom 24 with Creamery pickups
Fender Standard Stratocaster with DiMarzio pickups
Takamine GN30
BluGuitar AMP1
#10
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kennethjay's post is deffinetly a


+10 yes yamaha make nice starting guitars, infact i saw them selling at sears, i couldnt help but pick it up and try it and it was actually not bad
#11
ibanez artists are excellent guitars for cheap
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#12
i love my squier strat. still use it. just find it so easy for me to play and learn on. its the guitar i still learn all my techniqes on
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#13
Get an Epiphone or one of the lower-end Ibanez guitars.

I used (and am still using unfortunately) some Behringer starter guitar (but thank goodness I'm switching soon). I don't know, some people find it ok for its price, but I'd advise you to avoid Behringer.
#14
I'm getting my 7 year old daughter a Yamaha Pacifica 112 for her 8th birthday in a months time. We tried one today and she likes it
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2007 Tenson Classical
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2012 Messina Classical
#15
Any guitar but those starter packs. They're evil!
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ESP Standard Eclipse I CTM VW
ESP LTD Deluxe H-1001
ESP LTD Deluxe Viper-1000 STBC
ESP Edwards E-EX-100STD
Warmoth Paulcaster "Tiger"
Tanglewood TW170 AS
Vox Tonelab ST
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#16
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Any guitar but those starter packs. They're evil!

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Starter packs are a
#17
Dean Vendetta XM

Or For less Smash-easy, Fender Starcaster.
#19
Yeah, Agile is a very good recommendation.
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#20
yamaha pacifica or an LTD imo
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#21
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personnaly i think that the best a fender standard stratocaster made in mexico. i have one and it still surprising me over 3years use.

wow. theyre too expensive and poor quality for what you pay. i know because i have one.

i think low end ibanezes are good the rg's the 350 or 300 are great for the money
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Morley Bad Horsie 2
Boss CE-5

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Korg Pitchblack
#22
AGILE!!!! AL-2000.. for $200, you get a solid mahogany body, with a curved top, I'd suggest switching pickups out though.
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#23
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wow. theyre too expensive and poor quality for what you pay. i know because i have one.

i think low end ibanezes are good the rg's the 350 or 300 are great for the money


i bought it for 450$ and its quality is impressive.
i gave it to a professional guitar player (the best guitarist that i had seen after kiko loureiro) and he had been impressed by the quality
#24
a Good guitar to start on is an tradition G10 standard that was my first guitar it goes for around $300 and it has always been my most loved guitar