Lindo Matte Black Dark Defender Semi-Acoustic/Hollow Body Electric Guitar with Free Carry Case/Lead £149.99 @ Amazon and sold by Lindo
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Lindo Matte Black Dark Defender Semi-Acoustic/Hollow Body Electric Guitar with Free Carry Case/Lead £149.99 @ Amazon and sold by Lindo

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Found 14th Dec 2013
Excellent electric guitar deal was £349.99.
Cutting-edge, semi-acoustic/hollow-body electric guitar, designed in the uk
All-over matt black finish on body front and back, neck and headstock which gives a very sleek appearance
Unique f-hole with cream purfling/binding which is continued on the body and fingerboard
Soapbar' pickups with 3-way selector switch and 1 x volume, 1 x tone knobs (finished in chrome). die-cast tuning pegs for reliable and accurate tuning
Includes truss rod allen key and lindo branded canvas carry case with carry straps and zip pocket for accessories

6 Comments

strum,strum,strum hot hot hot

No way is this a £300 guitar, intact it looks exactly like guitars sold a few years back under the name of "wesley", you could get them for around 65 pound at the time. Neck is generic start style and pickups are usual Chinese "quality" good for someone who can set up a guitar to make it playable and swap out pickups and machine heads but not for a beginner as it'd just be too much work to make decent when you could get a squire for less

inflated RRP Lindo are always <£200, that said they are decent guitars get a pro set up and your'e golden.
Edited by: "jough" 14th Dec 2013

Posted on here in April at £227, this is a hot deal. Hollow body single coil sounds are going to be quite distinctive too.

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justmyop

No way is this a £300 guitar, intact it looks exactly like guitars sold a … No way is this a £300 guitar, intact it looks exactly like guitars sold a few years back under the name of "wesley", you could get them for around 65 pound at the time. Neck is generic start style and pickups are usual Chinese "quality" good for someone who can set up a guitar to make it playable and swap out pickups and machine heads but not for a beginner as it'd just be too much work to make decent when you could get a squire for less



I agree it's not £300+ value, and it's not my cup of tea either. But an equivalient Squier would be a Classic Vibe Thinline Tele (to get the same hollow body shape). And the best I can see them for is £230.

You could get a Squier affinity Tele or Strat about £140ish but they take just as much effort to make decent.

justmyop

No way is this a £300 guitar, intact it looks exactly like guitars sold a … No way is this a £300 guitar, intact it looks exactly like guitars sold a few years back under the name of "wesley", you could get them for around 65 pound at the time. Neck is generic start style and pickups are usual Chinese "quality" good for someone who can set up a guitar to make it playable and swap out pickups and machine heads but not for a beginner as it'd just be too much work to make decent when you could get a squire for less



I have a Wesley guitar, which is probably the best guitar I own.
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