Musicroom's inflated prices mean that this discount is welcome... However it's very good if you are buying computer music hardware that is the same price everywhere, normally. I got £50 plus tcb off a Focusrite audio interface recently, and free next day ups delivery.
Fantastic price. £836 @ amazon.co.uk. Reviews seem to be favourable for the unit as well and it seems very well featured (e.g. dynamic sympathetic resonance) which you tend to find on Rolands and Yamahas around twice the cost of this. http://azpianonews.blogspot.com/2010/01/new-updated-casio-celviano-pianos-for.html Perhaps someone who owns one of these fellas will care to comment. Casio, traditionally, haven't been regarded well in this arena due to some early poor shows, but they have been improving steadily and pricing aggressively, so would be interesting to give this a try.
great heads up - just bought 3 books for £21 delivered - bargain!!!!!
Also may I add that this deal is far from sheet! Now I must go and make some awful pun's somewhere else.
Finally some sheet music! Now I can return to Agatha in the wastes and get some well need XP and Bottle caps!!! Heat and Rep added.
My son is 'into' guitars, I am always looking for deals on them. I bought him a cheap starter Fender....(less than £100), expecting it to ba a once played - and put away, and he went on to a Les Gibson...(which cost as much as a second hand car!) He has also bought himself an acoustic... The local musicroom are always on hand to replace and tighten strings, and never charge either!
I second that - wise words Bertt!
This guitar or a similar one from Yamaha will meet the needs of the beginner or casual user admirably. More importantly though unless you have real difficulty in finding a local musical instrument shop you should go along and try it first. Almost certainly the strings supplied with it will need replacing after it has been played in and a good dealer will also be able to adjust the action to suit your requirements. Use internet pricing to ensure you do not pay too much but benefit from local support and expertise by buying locally.
Totally disagree - for a beginner, a cheap guitar will suffice. My £50 electric kit from ebuyer works just fine. It'll be another year or two before my talents catch up sufficiently to mean I'd do justice to a decent guitar. Besides, this one appears to have good credentials and reviews.
Don't buy cheap guitars folks - you'll be sorry!