[Nupe The Ripper] Sunday, February 13, 2011 12:08:35 PM
Yeah, that's what I think myself, and so does my friend who has played guitar for around 10 years. If I'm just playing for fun then there's no matter how cheap the guitar is.
Unlike some people I've seen on some forums who think that a guitar under the price of 300 euros is no guitar at all. If someone who hasn't played a guitar before would buy a guitar for 400 euros and then decide that it's not his/her thing after a few weeks, he/she would lose a great deal of money when selling it to someone else. But if he/she would buy a guitar for 100 euros and then decided it's not his/her thing, then he/she would lose only a little money when re-selling it. That's why I bought the cheap guitar: I was unsure of if I wanted to play for a long time.
Unfortunately though I'm not having any fun with the guitar at the moment: the D string of it thought that it had heard "Grinder" too many times and decided to break. I do have the replacement string but it seems very hard to put it in place. Any guides I've found on the internet don't seem to apply with this particular guitar.
Wait a minute...it seems that the small remaining bit of the string was stuck. I finally managed to remove it, let's see if I can re-string it now... Edited at: Sunday, February 13, 2011 12:18:43 PM