Let’s forget about electric vs. acoustic for a moment. One of the most valuable investments a new guitarist can make is in a guitar stand. Keeping your guitar out of it’s case, in plain view at all times, is tremendously important – you’ll find yourself playing MUCH more. If you decide on an electric guitar, you might even consider leaving the cord in the guitar, plugged into the amplifier. That way, you can simply pick up the guitar, flick the amp on, and begin playing.
And now, the moment you’ve all been waiting for. I hesitate somewhat in recommending specific guitars, because even guitars that are the same make and model vary greatly from instrument to instrument. Having said that, here are a few specific models of guitars that I’ve found to be almost uniformly well constructed, while still having an excellent dollar-value. Although there are hundreds of guitars which would make fine beginner instruments, the following are a few I’ve had some experience in playing.
How do you play the guitar? How many yoou sing accompanying yuor self on the guitar? do you nkow the plucking style of guitar playing?
When you have a song boooklet and a guitar its not at all difficult to try singing your favorite songs accompanying your self on the guitar at the same time. If you know the tune or the melody quite well you just set your left hand fingers properly on the strings with the aid of the chord guide strum the string the strings in the tempo or pattern called for and sing the song. But then why worry when you have something more than a song booklet the rhythm. The guitar accompaniment of course would presumambly be hard for you to sing and play. You have already played and known that you can auto matically dish out the time which is not the case at all.