Electric-guitar for a beginner

ewil

Active Member
OK, I've been playing nylon-string acoustic guitar for a half year maybe in a not-so-regular basis. Now I've been very eager on playing guitar and I've decided on getting an electric guitar at the first quarter of 2006 if my "eagerness" is still high then and if I've been getting better on playing 'til then.
So, I've been looking on some guitars and many say that Ibanez RG321 would be a quite cheap and a good guitar for a beginner. What do you think?
 

MaidenMadness

Active Member
ewil said:
OK, I've been playing nylon-string acoustic guitar for a half year maybe in a not-so-regular basis. Now I've been very eager on playing guitar and I've decided on getting an electric guitar at the first quarter of 2006 if my "eagerness" is still high then and if I've been getting better on playing 'til then.
So, I've been looking on some guitars and many say that Ibanez RG321 would be a quite cheap and a good guitar for a beginner. What do you think?
well i dont know much about guitars but i think if its cheap that its a good option for a begginer
if you dont know will it interest you as much when you start learning it will it suit you than better go for a cheaper option that the more expensive one
 

ewil

Active Member
OK, I've read reviews buy guitar players (pro's and amateurs) and I'm 99% sure that I'll get Ibanez RG321 as my first electric-guitar.
And then is the amps. I've herd that this would be a good one to start with:
Vox AD15VT 15W VALVETRONIX, what do you think?
...It seems that there aren't so many guitar-players in here after all :oops:
 

Ben

Active Member
I played on my friends Ibanez Jem before, fucking hell what a lovely guitar, worth about 2 thousand pounds, but bloody hell, its gorgeous :shock:
 

Rockhardchick666

Well-Known Member
isn't it weird, the same company that makes musical instruments, also makes home entertainment systems, and cellphones, and motorized vehicles.
 

ewil

Active Member
HijenA said:
my recommendation: Yamaha. very good sound for a very cheap price.
here is a pic:

and here is a link
One of my friends bought that one, and he said that it is a very good guitar... I'll think about that :) It's cheaper than Ibanez too.
 

sketchy

Member
HijenA said:
my recommendation: Yamaha. very good sound for a very cheap price.
here is a pic:

and here is a link
This is my recommendation as well.
This guitar is an excellent guitar for beginners.
 

wicky jr

Active Member
ewil said:
OK, I've been playing nylon-string acoustic guitar for a half year maybe in a not-so-regular basis. Now I've been very eager on playing guitar and I've decided on getting an electric guitar at the first quarter of 2006 if my "eagerness" is still high then and if I've been getting better on playing 'til then.
So, I've been looking on some guitars and many say that Ibanez RG321 would be a quite cheap and a good guitar for a beginner. What do you think?
yer cheaper is better for a beginer
 
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