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LA Electric Guitar by Gear4music, Sunburst
Supplied With Free Gig Bag and Lead$87.50 20+ In Stock In Stock
LA II Electric Guitar SSS by Gear4music, Pelham Blue
Deep And Crunchy SSS Pick-Up Configuration$98.50 8 In Stock In Stock
Epiphone Les Paul SL, Ebony
Most Affordable Les Paul Ever Released
LA Electric Guitar + Amp Pack, Black
Includes Bag, Lead, Strap, Strings, Picks and Tuner$109.50 20+ In Stock In Stock
LA II Electric Guitar HSS + Amp Pack, Sunburst
Ash Body, Maple Neck$120.25 16 In Stock In Stock
Dean EVO XM, Satin Natural
DMT Design Humbucking Pickups For Rocking Tones
Squier Bullet Mustang HH, Imperial Blue
24'' Scale Length for Easier Playability; Ideal for Smaller Hands
Jackson JS11 Dinky Electric Guitar, Gloss Black
22 Fret Rosewood Fretboard
Harlem X Electric Guitar by Gear4music, Black
Includes Free Gig Bag and Lead$142.25 6 In Stock In Stock
3/4 New Jersey II Electric Guitar + Amp Pack, Sunburst
Includes Amp, Strings, Gig Bag and more$142.25 16 In Stock In Stock
SubZero Rogue TM Electric Guitar, Tobacco Sunburst
Warm Tone And Attack With 2x Vintage PAF Style Humbuckers$164.25 Available for order Available
SubZero Paradigm Semi-Hollow Electric Guitar, Trans Black
Cut Through The Mix With P90 Pickups For A Powerful Sound$164.25 Available for order Available
SubZero Revolution Electric Guitar, Flamed Black
Rich And Versatile Tone With 2x Humbucker Configuration$164.25 Available for order Available
Yamaha Pacifica 012, Black
Ideal Entry Level Electric Guitar For Beginners
Squier by Fender Affinity Stratocaster, Competition Orange
Single Coil Strat Pickups Create Strong, Clear Tones
Ibanez GRG7221 GIO 2018, Black Night
Infinity R Pickups Produce Heavy, Crisp Tones
Hartwood Revival TM Semi Acoustic Guitar, Jade Green
Classic Setup With PUF Style Humbuckers & Vintage Tremolo$219.00 Available for order Available
Silvertone 1478 Electric Guitar, Red Sunburst
Cult Classic Design of the 50s and 60s
Epiphone ES-339 Pro, Natural
Pair Of Alnico Classic PRO Pickups Produce Classic Tones
Schecter Omen-7 Electric Guitar, White
Basswood Body with Bolt-On Maple Neck
Gibson Les Paul Faded 2018, Worn Cherry
490R & 490T Humbuckers Produce Rich, Versatile Vintage Tone
PRS SE Custom 24 LTD MN w/ Free Restring Pack, Tri-Colour Sunburst
Includes FREE D'Addario Restring Pack!$765.00 5 In Stock In Stock
Charvel Pro Mod Satchel Signature DK, Yellow Bengal
Signature Guitar By Steel Panther's Russ 'Satchel' Parrish
Fender American Elite Telecaster Thinline MN, Natural
Noiseless Single-Coil Tele Pickups Offer Vintage, Noise-Free Twang
Electric Guitars - Things to Consider
What is an Electric Guitar?
The electric guitar is a stringed instrument that uses magnetic pickups to make a sound. By turning the vibrations of strings into a signal, the sound of the instrument can be amplified and changed. This is done through a guitar amplifier and guitar pedals.
Not all guitars sound the same. The type of pickups, strings, wood, and body style all dictate the sound a guitar makes. One of the most important decisions a guitarist can make is whether to get a solid body, semi-hollow, or hollow body guitar. A solid body has a cutting tone with plenty of sustain, whereas a hollow body has a warmer, more rounded sound.
A middle-ground is the semi-hollow, which is a hollow body with a big block of wood running through the middle. These offer more of the bark of a solid body, whilst providing some of the resonance found in hollow bodies.
What is the Best Starter Electric Guitar?
The best starter electric guitar is one you, or the person you're buying for, want to pick up and play every day. Consider what type of music the player likes and are likely to be playing. Do some research into what type of music the prospective guitar and amp suit best.
Practical advice for picking a guitar would be, find one that is the right size for the player. We offer a range of different sizes to everybody. Other than that, it’s down to your budget and don’t forget you will need an amp!
Browse starter guitar packages from traditional guitar brands or check out Gear4music’s starter guitars.
What is the Difference Between an Electric and Acoustic?
The key difference between an electric guitar and an acoustic is how they make a sound. Electrics use pickups and acoustics rely on a ‘soundboard’ a hollowed out body, and a sound hole to amplify the vibration of the strings. The most important difference though is what you want to sound like and what you prefer. A guitar that you want to pick up and play will always be one that makes you practice more – which is the only way to get better at guitar!