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  1. #1
    sachin000 is offline Newbie
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    Feb 2008

    Buying guitar shall i go for acoustic or electric?

    Hey guys,

    I am planning to buy and then to learn guitar as such i have no experience in playing guitar but i love listening to the music generated by the guitar so want to learn guitar now....

    I am totally new so need help on buying guitar shall i go for acoustic or electric, (I think acoustic will be better ), Please suggest also which one to buy

    I can't join any music classes but surely can devote some time to learn, will it be possible to learn from internet or books


  2. #2
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    sayanakaharry is offline Forum Leader
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    Jul 2004
    search the forum. there are many threads relating to your topic.

  3. #3
    -Nemesis- is offline Beginner
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    Jan 2008
    You can go for whichever guitar you want
    Acoustic (Cheaper)
    Electric...(costlier) cause you have to buy a practice amp..and a processor if you want effects.

    I'm self taught,you can learn quite well from internet..try using
    very cool site.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Yeah. Get yourself a low end acoustic guitar (Granada,Hobner) usually ~2.5k and start off with the basics.
    Be patient and practice, you'll do just fine!



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