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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#1
Was there not a deal for some in Nettos recently?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/241333/acoustic-guitars-41-24-99-39-19-99-/
There!
#2
good option would be to start out with the cheaper ones to see how she goes.

classical guitars have nylon strings and the necks tend to be bigger, also classical guitars don't tend to have the pick guard on them.
#3
Start of with an acoustic and try freecycle as people give them away all the time, you may need to get new strings but they aren't too expensive.
#4
My daughter is starting guitar lessons at middle school too next week. The school are going to lend her a guitar free of charge for the first term until we see if she likes it. If she does we will buy one at Christmas. Why don't you ask if your school will do the same? :thumbsup:
banned#5
OP lovin the Avvy!

Spaced rules!
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starsparkle2311;2972839
Thanx I can tell you're a person of great taste!!!

I'd like to think so....


best line 'you cant drink a pint of Bovril!'
#7
If you do buy a guitar, don't go for the Netto / Home Bargain ones. They are only good for Bonfire Night! Get one from a guitar shop (a child's guitar size), that way, if it does not work out with the lessons, you can sell it on.
#8
Predikuesi
If you do buy a guitar, don't go for the Netto / Home Bargain ones. They are only good for Bonfire Night! Get one from a guitar shop (a child's guitar size), that way, if it does not work out with the lessons, you can sell it on.



I was playing a full size accoustic guitar at the age of 10. I would highly reccomend that you do buy something decent as they can last for ages. Ensure that you take her with you when choosing, as she will be the one playing it. Good Luck and all the best to your daughter. :thumbsup:
#9
try ebuyer they have some decent guitars to learn off..
#10
i got my first guitar in my first year of high school jst on of the bundle deals out of argos or index dont member which one but it done fantastic for a year and 6 yrs later i am still playing and i still have my first ever elctic and accoustic from argos i THINK they are steal strings aswell which is even better to start on
#11
Get a reasonable one - if you do not then despite your efforts you will sound BAD and either lose interest or stagnate.

WHere are you roughly?
#12
Bobef90
Get a reasonable one - if you do not then despite your efforts you will sound BAD and either lose interest or stagnate.

WHere are you roughly?

50 miles north of Newcastle.

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