i have recently got a gutiar and was thinking about buying a new one any make suggestions
gibson has quality guitars below $600 they are lightweight and easy for beginning guitarists to play.
there are thousands of different guitars out there. It is hard to know what to recommend without knowing more about you. What style of music do you want to play? What is your budget?
btw, a genuine Gibson does NOT sell new for $600.. even the base level melody maker starts at $700, and that's not really a quality Gibson.
Check out the Gibson Les Paul Studio. It's inexpensive for a Gibson but not Inexpensive if you know what I mean. A quality Guitar at a reasonable price. $800 - $1000 range.
A Good Quality Fender Strat - $800 - $1,100.
You get what you pay for with guitars, if you can afford to pay a little more it's well worth the money spent.
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