The Best Guitars for Beginners...
So you want to start playing guitar...
Taking on any instrument can be an exciting but overwhelming experience. When it comes to the guitar, it can be even more of a daunting experience due to the many different price ranges, styles and functions of every guitar.
So in order to break this down for you, here are some questions you have to ask yourself:
Acoustic Guitars... Not just for beginners
When most of the population thinks of beginner guitars, their mind automatically pictures an acoustic guitar. There is a huge misconception about the acoustic guitar being the "first guitar you should learn on".
If the student is completely new to the world of guitars, they really don't need to worry about whether they are playing an acoustic or an electric. The only real deciding factor is just a preference to which style of music or genre the student is interested in learning.
Fender Squire Acoustic Bundle Pack
Yamaha JR1 Junior 3/4 Size Acoustic
Ibanez JamPack IJV50
Last But Not Least....
Guitar is the best form of Self-expression I know. Everything else, and I'm sorta just tripping around, trying to figure my way through life...
ELECTRIC GUITARS - Which one is for you?
Let's Get Loud!
When people first think about Electric Guitars, they generally think it is for advanced players that just love to get overly loud and distorted and that they have to shell out a huge chunk of cash in order to purchase one.
Yes, Electric Guitars have to ability to get loud very quickly and add distortion to that breathtaking/goosebumps-inducing situation. But, this doesn't change the misconception about Electric Guitars not being for beginners...OR buying one is way too expensive. This just simply is NOT true.
I can prove to you below that when purchasing an electric guitar it can be:
Davison Starter Pack
Rogue Starter Bundle
Ibanez Starter Bundle