Gear4music Electric Guitars

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Electric Guitars have been at the forefront of Gear4music's research, design and development of musical instruments since the company was founded in 2003. Gear4music's electric guitars are built with a mission to give musicians the opportunity to play high-quality guitars at the lowest possible prices. View All Information

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Affordable Electric Guitars

Gibson Les Paul and Fender electric guitars can retail for several thousands of pounds, but electric guitars for beginners are available for less than £100. One example of a cheap electric guitar is the Electric-ST Guitar + Amp Pack, which features everything a beginner needs to start playing the guitar right away for under £90.00. It includes a 15 watt guitar amp with 6.5" speaker for practising, a guitar lead, a strap, a padded gig bag, a set of spare strings, a pick and a two-year warranty. The electric guitar itself has a neck made from maple - the most common type of wood used in necks - which helps to expand on the treble sounds of a guitar due to its hardness. The guitar is capable of producing a wide variety sounds, thanks in part to its 3x single coil pickups with a reverse wound middle pickup, which enables users to experiment with playing different styles of music.

Another one of our great guitars for beginners is the Electric-GB Guitar, which costs under £100! The GB has a maple neck as well, but features humbucker pickups designed to create the kind of warm tones generally associated with vintage electric guitar models.

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