Guitars – Guides For First Time Buyers

25Buying your very first bass or guitar could be a complicated and stressful process, especially if you are uncertain on what to look for. If you ever need help, then this article can provide you great information on how to choose a guitar that will suit best for your needs and your hard earned money.

The quality entry level instruments could be purchased for as low as 150 dollars. Instruments that are below this mark tend to be made out of poor quality materials and playing them could be more frustrating than bringing joy. If you are looking for mid level instruments, the 400 to 800 dollars guitar will be ideal while any instrument above a thousand is deemed to be high end.

When visiting music stores, always make sure to remember the following points:

Number 1. Don’t be intimidated – everyone at some point is a beginner so there is nothing that you have to worry about to how you sound. It could sometimes be worse than the other guy across the store but who cares. If you ever need some privacy, ask the sales person if they can set you up a place to practice room or perhaps, a quieter area of the shop.

Number 2. Take time and consider trying same more than once on a different day – the decision is vitally important; the instrument you are about to choose will be helping you to learn more or, to discourage you to quit on learning.

Number 3. The knowledge, professionalism and enthusiasm of salespeople in the store will vary – do not let the salesperson’s poor attitude, pushiness or personal preference affect your final decision. In addition to that, never assume that a highly pierced Mohawk guy is the wrong sales representative as he may potentially be helpful and knowledgeable.

Number 4. Bartering is common – always negotiate for a lower price and never pay the list price or the manufacturer’s suggested retail price. Not all guitars can be given at a discounted price so instead, ask for some deals on accessories similar to strings, amp, case, tuner, picks and so forth.

In the event that you can’t try the guitars you want to buy in person, there are still many other ways on how you can evaluate them. For instance, you may look for guitar reviews online, pay attention to the latest trends or check out some guitar magazines. Check out for a video about guitar lessons.

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