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July 21, 2019 / By Tibby
Question: HI I BARELY DECIDED ON PLAYING GUITAR SO I NEED WEBSITES THAT SELL GUITARS FOR BEGINERS.. I DONT WANT ANYTHING FANCY IM JUST LOOKING FOR SOMETHING THAT IS CHEAP AND THAT WORKS,,, 10 POINTS
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Roslyn Roslyn | 4 days ago
Unless you live where there are no music stores, then I'd suggest you get off your butt and go visit every store and pawn shop in your town to try out every kind of guitar. Sure, okay - so you want a cheap guitar. I understand that money might be the issue. But not at the expense of your fingers, hand and wrist...not to mention the sound of a good guitar (versus a cheapo model). However, if you just want to spend money without doing your homework, go to Musicians Friend (link) and search for their "value package" sets.
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Roslyn Originally Answered: Humbucker pickups (electric guitar), one pickup for treble one for rhythm or is my guitar not working properly
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Roslyn Originally Answered: Humbucker pickups (electric guitar), one pickup for treble one for rhythm or is my guitar not working properly
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