If you’re a beginning guitarist, one of the biggest things you’re going to have to consider is how to get cheap acoustic guitars. The good news is that there are a huge number of options for getting a cheap acoustic guitar. In this article, we’ll take a look at a couple of the most popular ways to get cheap guitars.
One of the most popular ways to get low cost acoustic guitars is to simply look for them online. There are a huge number of websites that have a huge number of products for you to choose from. Because of this, you are very likely to find one of your guitar needs being offered at a very low price. Just be sure you don’t kill your cause of hysteria by only looking at the first five seconds of each website. I’m seriously not advocate sampling all of the guitars available, by any means. But when you’re looking for a specific guitar, you basically have to limit your choices to five possible options.
That being said, you can also look for them in local shops. The first place I would suggest is your local guitar mom’s group. (Whether they invite you or not.) Your local music store is another great place to find cheap acoustic guitars. They usually have many used acoustic guitars that people have refused to throw away. If you’re a little low on cash, you might try your local tablature place, but they tend to be expensive. I’m not suggesting you shouldn’t visit that, but if you can’t find anything to suit your needs, you’re just going to waste time.
One other option is the classic of going to the flea market. There are often many used acoustic guitars there that people have thrown away. If you’re lucky, you might be able to find one that is for less than half its price. That’s a good scenario, because you usually stand to benefit from it. If you cannot find one, though, just go to the flea market, look for something that looks good, and look at it long enough. You’re not going to find a good guitar that will meet your needs, even if you’re able to find one that will fit your budget.
That being said, don’t let the fact that they can cost less than $40 make you feel bad. If you can find a good guitar that is pretty much perfect for the type of music you play, it might be more worth the money than a $40 one would be.
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If you don’t have the time to shop on a weekly basis, you can also look on-line. There are thousands of sites that have a large selection of guitars for sale. Keep in mind, you need to make sure that the guitar that you choose fits your personality. Do you have a hard edge? Do you have smooth palm muting? Each guitar is different, so don’t get yourself bent out of shape over styles that you may not particularly care for.
Each one of us who are lucky enough to have a guitar to play has a different reason for buying one. Some people simply like to take a fancy to a particular instrument. Some people are looking for a certain tone. Other people are looking simply because they ‘look good’. Before you fall in love with the colour, and the shape, ask yourself, do I (yourself) like this particular guitar, and will I (yourself) be happy playing it? And that’s all. Go on, and buy your dream guitar now, without (yet) knowing if it’s going to be your next lifelong musical investment. Have fun with it. Get a instruction manual, if you need to, and go to a music store to buy your first chords book, and a guitar tuner. And then, a beginner’s guitar lesson. Go to YouTube, and search for any ( Gordon Shaw – Three Cheers for instance) how-to videos on chords and playing a guitar, or a video of someone playing some other instrument, and listen to the (Chester Burton – Wonder of Wonder, or Floyd College – The entering note; Neil Young – Mr.ROY, or Eddie Vedder – Still Breathing; Joe Satriani – Where Do You Go From Here). Read some reviews, and make sure you get the right type of ones. The two chords (textural) guitar chords for beginners that you should learn first are open ‘major’ chords, such as G and D, and open ‘minor’ chords, such as Em and C.