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 EMT
(@emt)
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names woody,
i'm just signing up for lessons and haven't been chosen by a guitar yet. still kinda looking. have seen the behringer setup at the local shop for 150. never heard of them before was hoping someone could shed alittle insight.
he also has a couple fender strats for 130.
i was thinking about starting acoustic but i really like the sound of a well played electric.
anyway hi, hoping to learn alot from you guys. looking forward to playing.

red meat doesn't kill you, fuzzy green meat does.


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(@dan-t)
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Welcome aboard Woody! 8)

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Welcome to Guitar Noise! We look forward to seeing you around the forums! :D

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(@blue-jay)
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Hey, hey! Welcome too. :D

I think that most Behringer beginner's set ups or player's kits end up at the Pawn Shop in about 3 weeks. Nothing too sturdy & reliable about them, IMO.

Have you seen the Squier Strat Pak? I recommend that, but I try them personally to ensure a good adjustment, and make the shop tech set up the guitar, or don't buy. 8)

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Welcome to GN!

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(@maelendiir)
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Welcome to the forums! Hope you find everything you're looking for!


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 EMT
(@emt)
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found my weapon of choice. it's a martin acoustic from '52.
was my grandfathers.
a couple guys on a motorcycle forum i'm part of suggested that I should begin with an acoustic. Seemed like pretty good advice so I went with it.
I've been working from the web so far. I've been working on some picking and fretting drills and a scale I've found.
fingers are sore but so far so good.
I'm trying to find an instructor but I work nights so that limits the availability.

red meat doesn't kill you, fuzzy green meat does.


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(@blue-jay)
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found my weapon of choice. it's a martin acoustic from '52.
was my grandfathers.
a couple guys on a motorcycle forum i'm part of suggested that I should begin with an acoustic. Seemed like pretty good advice so I went with it.
I've been working from the web so far. I've been working on some picking and fretting drills and a scale I've found.
fingers are sore but so far so good.
I'm trying to find an instructor but I work nights so that limits the availability.

Good report.

2 posts and counting, hope you find the time for everything, working, playing and joining in. 8)

Like a bird on the wire,
like a drunk in a midnight choir
I have tried in my way to be free.


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(@trguitar)
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Sounds like a good guitar to start with to me.

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grow big, wear glasses if you need 'em."
-- The Webb Wilder Credo --


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