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jameshumphries47

so for Christmas my brother received a 3/4 size acoustic guitar which i have played more than him, and im 15 so it looks rather small and with my hands being bigger than well... normal adults it was difficult to play so im going to buy my own full size acoustic guitar im looking at around the £100 mark, as if i get more into it i can shell out on a nicer one, i dont want to just waste money 

anyway this is what i have found, does this look okay and is there anything that would be better than this? 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0002D02J4/ref=s9_simh_gw_p267_d0_i1?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=desktop-1&pf_rd_r=19PFH42FZ11RKDAJQZZN&pf_rd_t=36701&pf_rd_p=577047927&pf_rd_i=desktop

cheers 

~James

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Guitars for that amount of money will all be more or less the same. It will be good enough for your first steps.

Im more into E-Guitars though.

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Guitars for that amount of money will all be more or less the same. It will be good enough for your first steps.

Im more into E-Guitars though.

my plan is to learn the acoustic and move into electrics and buy http://www.gak.co.uk/en/epiphone-limited-edition-union-jack-sheraton-outfit/93299?gclid=CJfSldaA_ckCFRcYGwodG7cFNQ

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Not my Style, but if you want play Rock, it seems like a solid Choice.

 

http://www.deanguitars.com/query?upc=819998042141

That was my last purchase.

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Not my Style, but if you want play Rock, it seems like a solid Choice.

 

http://www.deanguitars.com/query?upc=819998042141

That was my last purchase.

1990's british rock my friend :) what guitars do you have? 

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1990's british rock my friend :) what guitars do you have? 

An Ibanez from the 90´s, dont know the exact Name anymore. I hold on to it because i learned on it and the Dean Bloodstorm. I owned others, like BC Rich Mockingbird for example, but sold it. I only need one i play with. If i only would have more Money :P

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You're not going to get a good acoustic for $100. Just buy something that has mostly positive reviews so you can have something to learn on.

Something you need to spend money on if the guitar doesn't already come with one is a tuner.

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You're not going to get a good acoustic for $100. Just buy something that has mostly positive reviews so you can have something to learn on.

Something you need to spend money on if the guitar doesn't already come with one is a tuner.

my brothers one came with one and i have an app on my phone, and they both say that each string is hitting the correct note, is an app an okay way to do it? i just want something that is my size so i can learn quicker :) 

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An Ibanez from the 90´s, dont know the exact Name anymore. I hold on to it because i learned on it and the Dean Bloodstorm. I owned others, like BC Rich Mockingbird for example, but sold it. I only need one i play with. If i only would have more Money :P

nice they look too heavy metal for me ahaha :) 

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my brothers one came with one and i have an app on my phone, and they both say that each string is hitting the correct note, is an app an okay way to do it? i just want something that is my size so i can learn quicker :)

Yeah an app is fine as long as your notes sound accurate. I think I used one once and it was fine, but I find using an actual tuner to be a more accurate and reliable as far as noise goes.

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nice they look too heavy metal for me ahaha :)

Ya. Deathmetal ftw.

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