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Wanted - Electric Guitar 3/4 size

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Bit of a random one but I am after a 3/4 size electric guitar + amp for my little lads Christmas present. He is only beginning to learn so nothing too fancy, however it must be in very good condition.…
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Bit of a random one but I am after a 3/4 size electric guitar + amp for my little lads Christmas present. He is only beginning to learn so nothing too fancy, however it must be in very good condition.

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2m, 3w agoPosted 2 months, 3 weeks agoFeedback:2 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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Hi There! How old is your boy, if you don't mind me asking? If he's looking to start out properly on a real instrument, I would go for something like an Ibanez Gio, or Micro, or a Jackson Dinky Minion. They are roughly two thirds size with a shorter scale length. I would go with a hard tail (non tremolo) guitar just for easy maintenance and tuning stability. If he's any older than 10 or eleven (unless he's a particularly small lad) I would say go for a full size guitar. I always recommend Yamaha Pacifica's or Squire Telecasters as solid beginner guitars. It really depends what you want to spend.
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i have one i will upload pics later

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