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Vision Music Classical Guitar Set INSTO9RE AT LIDL

* Guitar features:
- Nylon strings
- Spruce sound board
- Maple neck and fingerboard
- Basswood back and sides
- Nickel silver fret bars
* Set includes:
- Classical guitar
- Electronic Tuner
- Plectrum
- Height-adjustable metal foot rest
- Padded guitar bag with 2 shoulder straps, carry handle and storage pocket
* Choose from full or ¾ size guitar set
* The perfect guitar set for beginners
* Includes acoustic guitar guide book with practice CD & DVD
* 3 year manufacturer’s warranty


- diGriz
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#1
Am thinking of trying to learn - would this be a suitable starting guitar? Have seen the links on here to the Amazon guitar at around £90 but as I'm unsure of whether i'll stick at it seems a big price difference. Any thoughts would be appreciated!
#2
Most guitarists start out with something like this, judging from the price it'll be iffy but that's no bad thing as you'll appreciate getting something better if you decide to go on with it. I learnt on an old 60s dog of a guitar, really high action that killed my fingers but it made me a better guitarist for it. This will be better than that, probably an ideal starter. Technique is what you need to learn and the worse quality the more you work at making it sing, so yeah, probably not a bad place to start. Bear in mind though, if you have a hundred guitars of the same model each will be different, some better, some worse. You're taking a punt on anything online but as it's instore you can at least hold it and see how it feels.

It could turn out to be a stunner, you just don't know till you play it. There is a nice reverse snobbery in guitars these days where a £300 guitar will play better than a £3000 one so it's all relative.

Had a quick look here and for the kit you get it's not a bad price, get the full size one. It also has a 3 yr warranty so it looks like they are happy to back it up if it is badly made.
#3
diGriz
Most guitarists start out with something like this, judging from the price it'll be iffy but that's no bad thing as you'll appreciate getting something better if you decide to go on with it. I learnt on an old 60s dog of a guitar, really high action that killed my fingers but it made me a better guitarist for it. This will be better than that, probably an ideal starter. Technique is what you need to learn and the worse quality the more you work at making it sing, so yeah, probably not a bad place to start. Bear in mind though, if you have a hundred guitars of the same model each will be different, some better, some worse. You're taking a punt on anything online but as it's instore you can at least hold it and see how it feels.

It could turn out to be a stunner, you just don't know till you play it. There is a nice reverse snobbery in guitars these days where a £300 guitar will play better than a £3000 one so it's all relative.

Had a quick look here and for the kit you get it's not a bad price, get the full size one. It also has a 3 yr warranty so it looks like they are happy to back it up if it is badly made.


Many thanks for your comments - might just take a chance!
#4
#5
I've played electric for over 10 years and fancied a nylon string acoustic, so I picked up the equivalent of this a few years ago from Lidl. It seems like a decent £30 worth to me; the action's a bit on the high side as you get further up the neck, so probably not as good as it could be if you were thinking of playing melody lines. It's fine for learning open chords on, though, and the tone is fairly pleasing.
#6
This is an "Encore" guitar set which is available in lots of places (see Google) but not for £29.99!
#7
Thinking of buying this so I have something to learn over christmas break.. wondering if I'll actually put enough effort in though :)
#8
I want to learn to play the acoustic guitar, but I've been told to start on one with metal strings and that nylon strings are bad quality and strecth. Does anyone know if this is true?
#9
Did anyone pick one of these up and if so any comments? Anyone still know if they are in stock
around Middlewich or Chester???

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