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Cheap Electric Guitars
If you are looking for cheap electric guitars there is a lot of choice out there.
You can buy a cheap electric guitar from as little as �70 and there are a number of brands making cheap guitars.
Don�t spend under �90 on a guitar
If you are buying your first electric guitar, I wouldn�t recommend spending under �90. Most of these guitars are built with very cheap materials to bring the production costs down, hence the retail price. The guitar�s sound will be compromised with this lower quality and the finish will also look a bit rough.
You will usually find that the guitar strings are the cheapest ones you can buy, they will sound twangy.
The other downside of these cheap electric guitars due to the low build quality is the durability. You will be lucky if you can play it for more than 1 year and not have a problem with the guitar parts. You will end up with a cheap electric guitar (cheap meaning the quality this time and not the price).
Spend �90-�150 on a guitar
My advice is to spend between �90 and �150 on your first electric guitar. You will get some reasonable quality at the lower end and good quality at the upper end.
Electric guitar brands to look out for
Here is a list of guitar brands that offer beginner electric guitars within the above price range: Stagg, Crafter, Vintage, Encore, Cruiser by Crafter, Gould, Squier, Yamaha, Dean, Peavey, Epiphone, Carlsbro and Ibanez.
The Epiphone, Vintage and Yamaha are the most popular electric guitars from the above list, the Stagg offers the best value for money in my opinion.
Should I Buy My Guitar in a Music Shop or Online?
It is really up to you, but my advice would be to buy one of the recommended guitar brands above. You can do this easily online, and you won�t get a shop salesman trying to push what�s best for them rather than what�s best for you. Follow this link for a comprehensive range of Cheap Electric Guitars.
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