I'm interested in how people chose their guitars. Did you use reviews, go on looks or the model used by a particular performer, try it out in a shop, or something else?
I bought my first acoustic based on online reviews of reasonable beginner's guitars as I didn't want to spend a lot when I wasn't sure that it was something I'd want to pursue and I was too worried about what people would think to go into a shop.
However, I now think that trying one out before buying might have been a smart move. So, if (when!) I buy an electric - what should I look for? What kind of thing would you try out? Should I go for the best I can afford, or stick to a lower priced model - can you tell the difference as a beginner?
Lots of questions, but interested in anyone's opinions! Thank you all,
My advice is go into a guitar shop and try a few. Don't be scared if your terrible and can only strum a bum note. You'll see what size and sound suits you best. The shop guys will probably give you a few times too. But remember they probably could make a terrible guitar sound great. But just go with your heart as it's gonna be with you a while. I'd also say get a solid top guitar too. I had my mind set on getting a Yamaha after research but after going into the shop and trying it and a few others out I went for the cort earth 70 it just sounded so much better.have fun and let us know what you go for x
Just realised you said electric 😁 still try a few out and get what you like
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I used to play guitar too. never have i ever questions 18+