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teddy ballgame wrote:Do you have a specific price range in mind? Acoustic will definitely be tougher on your fingers at first which might make it a little discouraging at some points, but you should definitely go with whichever you would rather play.
phillyphan12 wrote:I just started playing maybe 6 months or so ago...I have a Fender starter guitar called a "Starcaster" and bought it for $200, along with the crappy amp. I think it turned out to be a good idea. I`m learning with it, it was cheap, and to someone who is new at guitar it will sound pretty good too. When I have the money I`ll upgrade to a legit (and obviously more expensive) guitar, but I think starting off with a cheap one like I have is the right way to go.
jfg wrote:One other suggestion- A lot of people teach themselves how to read tabulature and that's it. To me, that's not really learning how to play guitar but rather learning how to play some songs on guitar. By dedicating yourself to learning chords or even just power chords you're learning the basics of how to play any song you know. Start with chords, riff later.
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