Real FENDER acoustic guitar, full size, £81, inc. gigbag GuitarGuitar
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Real FENDER acoustic guitar, full size, £81, inc. gigbag GuitarGuitar

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Found 12th Dec 2015
Not "by Fender", but actual Fender, which means it will retain resale value once you realise your playing is hopeless. FREE next day delivery!
Fender ESC105
Classical Guitar 4/4 Size,
Spruce Top, Back & Sides Agathis,
Nato Neck, Rosewood Fretboard,
Body Binding,
Multi-Line Rosette,
18 Frets,
Scale 648 mm,
Nut width 44,50mm,
Natural High Gloss,
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Seems to be £81 at most outlets - GAK, Gear4Music...
Worth noting it has nylon strings, for those that didn't notice it's a classical gitar
Standard price and Fender are not renown for Classical guitars so can't see why it would retain it's value that much. Not voted maybe good for some.
TheMev

Standard price and Fender are not renown for Classical guitars so can't … Standard price and Fender are not renown for Classical guitars so can't see why it would retain it's value that much. Not voted maybe good for some.



^^^what he said.

If you are in the market at this end, look for Yamaha, there's one on here for about 100 with accessories.
Really can't go wrong.
Better to go with a Yamaha, the fretboard on these is painful.
Can anyone help?

I know my brother wants an electric guitar and I'm thinking of getting him one for Christmas but I literally have no idea where to start.

He's only really just started learning guitar in the last 6 months or so and budget would be £100/£120. Any help or points in the right direction would really be appreciated.
aldi has some nice guitar for £35
Better off with the £99 Yamaha deal posted earlier
2015

Can anyone help?I know my brother wants an electric guitar and I'm … Can anyone help?I know my brother wants an electric guitar and I'm thinking of getting him one for Christmas but I literally have no idea where to start. He's only really just started learning guitar in the last 6 months or so and budget would be £100/£120. Any help or points in the right direction would really be appreciated.


If he doesn't have a guitar at present a Yamaha Pacifica 012 would be a great starter. You can get them in beginner packages with a stand and a basic practise amp for that ballpark cost, maybe a little more
Theo Cupier

If he doesn't have a guitar at present a Yamaha Pacifica 012 would be a … If he doesn't have a guitar at present a Yamaha Pacifica 012 would be a great starter. You can get them in beginner packages with a stand and a basic practise amp for that ballpark cost, maybe a little more



Thank you. Give me somewhere to start.
2015

Thank you. Give me somewhere to start.



Plus one for this. Any budget under £200 and you cannot beat Yamaha for value for a decent instrument. I don't own one but teach guitar for a living and have many students with varying guitars but the yamahas stand out for sound, build quality, value for money and playability too.

I play PRS electrics and Taylor acoustics so im not a Yamaha fanboy but appreciate a decent range of products that doesn't rip off customers

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