What electric guitar starter should I get?

  1. Yamaha Pacifica 112V. The best beginner electric guitar for small budgets – a great all-rounder.
  2. Squier Classic Vibe ’50s Stratocaster. The best beginner electric guitar overall.
  3. PRS SE Standard 24.
  4. Epiphone Les Paul Studio.
  5. Gretsch G2420 Streamliner.
  6. Yamaha Revstar RS320.
  7. Epiphone SG Standard.
  8. Squier Bullet Mustang.

What is the best guitar for a beginner to start with?

For us, the overall best beginner acoustic guitar has to be the Fender CD-60S. This ace beginner acoustic delivers everything you could possibly need when starting out, and all at a delicious entry-level price. This guitar offers great sound, is easy to play and sports a rugged construction.

How much does a beginner electric guitar setup cost?

For most players, a beginner guitar setup shouldn’t cost more than $200-$300. There’s no reason to spend a bunch of money to get into the guitar.

Are guitar bundles worth it?

A guitar starter pack is worth buying for beginners as it provides all the gear (guitar, amp, lead, tuner, and strap) in an affordable bundle so you can learn right away. Some starter packs include better quality gear than others.

Is Les Paul good for beginners?

Epiphone is among the top guitar brands in the world, and the Les Paul is one of the most popular electric guitars for beginners for good reason. The Les Paul is also a versatile guitar. It is an instrument equally at home playing jazz, metal, blues, country or rock.

Is a Stratocaster good for a beginner?

The Player series stratocaster is our most versatile beginner instrument because it combines a timeless model with contemporary appointments including a dedicated bridge pickup control and “Modern C”-shaped neck. most versatile beginner series with Fender’s timeless body-style.

Can you be too old to learn guitar?

One of the most common questions I am asked is: am I too old to learn guitar? You are never too old to learn guitar. You can start learning guitar at any age. While younger people tend to learn faster, you are still capable of learning guitar as a beginner whether you are 30, 40, 60, or even 70.

How much should I spend on a guitar as a beginner?

A good ballpark cost for a decent, beginner guitar is anywhere between $200 and $800. Depending on your means, your previous experience, and your commitment to learning, this is different for every individual.

How many guitars should a beginner have?

How many guitars do you need? If you are a beginner just one. If you only play at home 2 – 3 guitars, including a steel-string acoustic, classical guitar, and electric guitar. If you are experienced, play live, record, or play in alternate tunings it’s more convenient to own multiple guitars.