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Tips On Buying Guitars.
By Mantius Cazaubon, Fri Dec 9th

There are so many guitar models on the market today. So manytypes including electric, acoustic, acoustic electric, nylonstring, and steel string guitars. How does one make a selection?Here are a few tips to help you choose one that meets your needs.

1. It depends on how much you can afford.

With such a wealth of guitars available, a working personshouldn't have a problem finding one that fits their budget. Butthis doesn't mean that you should settle for anything. As theold adage goes, you usually get what you pay for. Usually themore money you invest, the greater the returns. You're going tobe spending a lot of time practicing so choose an instrumentthat you can enjoy. An instrument that you can look forward toplaying.

2. What style of music will you be playing?

The style of music to be played should influence your choice ofguitar. For instance if you plan on playing rock you should buyan electric guitar, since Rock music is better suited to beplayed on that type of guitar. If Jazz and blues is your thingyou may prefer a semi-acoustic guitar from the start. Anacoustic nylon string guitar may be better suited to classicalmusic and smooth Jazz.

3. Child or adult.

Are you a parent looking to buy a guitar for your child?Consider buying a 1/2 size or 3/4 size guitar. Your childdoesn't have the reach that an adult has, so these smallerguitars are better suited. Regular size guitars will be moredifficult to play and can cause a lack of interest.

You may also want to look into buying an electric guitar foryour child if you can afford it. They have a small neck and verylight thin strings and are therefore easier to play. If money isan issue a second hand electric guitar may be the answer.

4. Wood type and its relation to tone.

Although there are no rules for choosing guitar woods, there isa guide that you can follow. Generally, darker woods produce abrighter tone while


darker woods produces a deeper, richer tone.Medium tone wood like mahogany produce a very even smooth soundspectrum. You should compare various wood colors. The best thingto do is to listen to the tones that a guitar produces beforedeciding.

5. Pay attention to the guitar's features.

Your guitar must have certain important features. Don't simplyfocus on looks.

For example, your guitar should have die-cast machine heads (ortuning gears). With this feature, you will be able to tune yourinstrument more accurately and your guitar will stay in tunelonger.

A solid top is also very important. A solid top usually consistsof 2 solid matched pieces glued together side by side. This isof better quality than a laminated top where various woods areglued together on top of each other. With a solid top theguitar's tone will be more even and accurate and you can expecta sustaining vibration throughout the guitar's body.

6. Buy a guitar that feels good to you.

You're the one who will be playing that guitar. So you'd betterbuy one that feels comfortable to you, whether you're sitting orstanding. For instance, if the strings are too far from thefretboard, playing will be difficult. An expensive guitar thatis not comfortable is a waste. Spend time with the guitar beforedeciding.

7. The bottom line is sound.

If it sounds good, buy it. No two Guitars can ever be the same.It's never about looks. It's about the sound that is generatedthrough the use of the right type of wood and through superiorcraftsmanship.

You should be able to find a guitar easily online. You can orderone that suits your needs today. Some of the best guitar pricescan be found on the Internet. You even get free shipping to yourdoor.


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