Cheap Guitar screw up?
- From: "mo" <nospam@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 11 Mar 2006 21:41:50 -0000
Bought my current (first guitar) from eBay (Harley Benton) a bit like this
It was a while ago and was over £100. Ever since I have had it its felt a
bit cheap -and I always felt it could have been a bit better - especially
the bottom fat string never seems to sound like i *think* it should).
I have recently started taking lessons and am slowly progressing. Tongiht I
was messing about with all the screws around my bridge and I may have
screwed it up slightly! I have managed to get it into tune again but I might
get it checked out by a pro (any ideas on cost/time?)
Anyway, I am considering going for a fender type guitar for my next guitar -
something a bit thinner and lighter - however I can only really afford
around the £150-200 mark maximum - is it worth it 'upgrading'? I suppose
with a shop guitar you get the benefit of it being set up properly rather
than getting it straight out of the box like I did...
Any thoughts? I am still only in the beginner stages (after almost 2 years
of delaying) so I want something that I like a bit more- but don't wanna
spend £150 that will be equally as annoying in some repects.
some of the 'real' shops near me
www.soundcontrol.co.uk, www.fretmusic.co.uk, www.beckettsmusic.co.uk
Yamaha Pacificas look in my range
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