How to Buy Your First Electric Guitar

electric guitarWondering how to buy your first electric guitar?

There are a multitude of brands and styles, so it can be a bit confusing the first time going in. Following this comprehensive guide, you’ll be rocking out in no time.The most important thing to remember before getting started with any instrument is that getting good takes a lot of practice. If you don’t get the sound you want out of the instrument to begin with, then keep trying.Steer clear of buying too many accessories with the guitar. While you may think that you really want to play the guitar now, it may not be the instrument for you in the long run. Make sure not to buy any cases or expensive straps and equipment. Start off with the basics until you’ve really decided on everything.

Just to make double sure, talk to the vendor about their return policy and make sure it is enough time for you to try out the instrument.Fender Stratocaster Electric Guitar. First, think of what band inspired you to play guitar.

Do you have any favorite bands or guitar “sounds” in general? People who were inspired by the likes of John Mayer, Eric Clapton, or another soft rock or adult contemporary band should go with the classic Fender Strato caster. This guitar has a classic, clean sound that has stood the test of time. It’s an excellent choice for a starter guitar all around. Eminent affordability continues that great ‘My-First-Fender’ tradition, and with modern features & distinctively unconventional new takes on your favorite Fender models.Great sound delivered by a solid mahogany body paired with powerfully voiced Humbucking & Single Coil pickups Solid Performance via a Modern C_Shape Neck with 22 Medium Jumbo Frets & 2-point Synchronized Tremolo with Block Saddles.Epiphone Les Paul Electric Guitar LP-100 An SG or Les Paul guitar is perfect for the player looking for an alt rock, nu metal, progressive rock, or moderately hard rock sound. AC/DC, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, and the Who were famous players of SG guitars. Les Pauls are used commonly by the bands as well.Just for some interesting background information, the SG originated from the Les Paul, which was one of the most popular guitars during the greater part of the 80s. Guns ‘n Roses popularized the guitar, but they suddenly fell in popularity in the 90s. There are an ever-increasing number of Les Paul guitars used today, which is hopeful for the brand. Also you could always choose to pick up a burkey flatliner 6 and improve the sound quality.

For players looking for a hard, driving sound found in metal or hard rock, the sound of Ibanez guitars are legendary and unmatched in their brutality. Slipknot, Dragon Force, and 3 Doors Down are just some bands that have wielded these legendary axes.A good guitar for new players who want a bit of a distorted-yet-clean feel should check out the Squier Tele Custom II. This is great for a punk rock sort of sound. Players who want the classic clean sound should pick up a Fender Amplifier, but everyone else should check or Marshall Amps or the more expensive option of a Mesa Boogie. Keep on playing that electric guitar!Features of Epiphone LP-100 Les Paul Electric Guitar Ebony

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