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    Bar Tzadok
    Bar Tzadok
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    my first electric guitar is a squier strat and i still play it cause its the only electric guitar ive got šŸ™ hope to buy a new one soon šŸ™‚

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    Kelly Heinen
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    My first guitar is the one I currently have. My SO got it when he was 8 and it’s a half-size acoustic :). But hey, it was free, so I’m not complaining!

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    Mikey Anglin
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    My dad gave me an old Odessa acoustic years ago. As a drummer I did little with it, although it plays really well now that I have an idea of what Iā€™m doing. Priceless to me now, as it reminds me of him.

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    Adin Shepherd
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    My first was a busted up, cheap ass Fender knock off. I don’t have it anymore, after about a year I upgraded to a Samick Warlock (which I put some nice EMGs into). It was a pretty solid guitar for what it was but as a 16 year old metalhead, it just didn’t scratch my itch.

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    Ben Thorpe
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    Only ever had one guitar lol. It’s a Yamaha Pacifica. Cheap, rugged, reliable and versatile. Cant go wrong šŸ˜‰

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    Timmy Pittman
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    Mu first guitar was a Epiphone Thunderbird Bass.
    I still play it. I’m Looking to get a Schecter Synyster Gates Custom S before summer.

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    Elijah Wormsley
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    $50 piece of crap from Amazon. Terrible in every way. It played so badly, I’m honestly surprised it didn’t drive me away from learning the instrument. Still, it was a stepping stone…

    First electric is my only electric for now. Good ole Vintage Modified 70’s Squier Strat in black. It does pretty well for just $250.

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