Maestro by Gibson Electric Guitar with Amp Pack - Black £169.99 @ Argos
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Maestro by Gibson Electric Guitar with Amp Pack - Black £169.99 @ Argos

£169.99Argos Deals
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Found 22nd Jan
Maestro by Gibson full size Electric Guitar with amp and accessories. The single cutaway guitar is based on a design made famous by Gibson starting in the early 50's. This classic design offers easy playability and great rock tone. Complete pack for beginner or novice player with 5W amp and cable, strap, picks and spare strings. The pack also contains an easy-to-follow lessons on an instructional DVD. The guitar has a gloss black finish on a solid wood body, a smooth maple neck and fingerboard, humbucking pickup and die-cast tuners.

This classic design offers easy playability and great rock tone.

  • Suitable for beginners.
  • Full size electric guitar .
  • Bolt-on construction.
  • Black top.
  • Black sides and back.
  • Black body.
  • Natural neck.
  • Black fretboard.
  • Die cast steel hardware.
  • 22 frets.
  • 6 steel strings.
  • 3-way pick up selector switch.
  • Tone control.
  • Volume control.
  • Guitar strap fixings.
  • 5w amplifier with input jack, gain, drive with LED, tone, volume, phone jack, power switch with LED.
  • For ages 15 years and over.

Accessories include:

  • Guitar lead.
  • Spare strings.
  • Strap.
  • 3 plectrums.
  • Tutorial DVD.
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Think you would be better off with the Epiphone set for only £20 more..

amazon.co.uk/Epi…h=1

Better guitar, better amp, includes a tuner and bag for guitar.

Not that I am saying either will sound great (always the amps that let these sets down).

Also while we are nit picking, how can it have a 3 way pick up selector switch with only one pick up? It appears to be an invisible one anyway.
A video of the guitar and amp in action here for you guys

RuudBullit22nd Jan

A video of the guitar and amp in action here for you guys[Video]


I get a weird vibe from that video.

Like the guy has just casually murdered his wife and she's lying mangled behind the camera.
Avoid. Cheap and nasty. The Yamaha's are the only decent guitars that Argos sell. As for epiphone, very hit and miss on quality control. Don't buy epiphone online, you really need to check them for yourself.
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