your first guitar

Joe Giumarello

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My first guitar was a maestro acoustic. It was a 3/4 scale and I got it on my 7th birthday. I don’t play it anymore. My first electric was my uncles fender Stratocaster in seafoam blue.
 

Markus Nick

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First acoustic was a cheap discounter guitar for 50 bucks.
My first electric was an Ibanez Black Night Gio and YES I still play with that guitare
 

Pablo De Miguel

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My firts uitar was a Cheap Clasic guitar that sound realy bad and i dont play it ,my first electris guitar was a les paul Daytona and I still play it
 

Billie M

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Mine was an Hondo classical guitar and yeah I still play with it. It’s not the best choice when I want to record something but when I feel like I’ve been running in circle for a while with my other guitar (an acoustic Art & Lutherie) I go back to this one for a while. It helps creatively since they don’t have the same feel or sound since they’re not the same kind of guitars either.
 

Ids Schiere

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My first guitar was a really shit €30 acoustic nylon string and I’llein never play it again. The last time I played it was like 5 year ago because i needed a nylon string guitar for a project where a compared the tension of steel strings and nylon strings and the reasons why they differ
 

Zé Marques

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First guitar was a classic guitar from an unknown brand. It still holds up past 8 years.
 

Dan Shipway

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1/2 scale black strat with 1 single coil. I cant play it because it wont tune due to the scale. £30 so thats what to expect.
 

Hayley Frederick

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thats awesome guys, I was given my first guitar when i was about 9, it was nothing special it was like a 20$ guitar my sister bought me from walmart, but now that i have started this schooling my boyfriend was nice enough to give me his dean custom matte black and gold. I’m still trying to learn guitars haha.
 

Ed Seith

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1986 Ibanez PL1660 in pearl white. I think I paid $250 for it new. Ibanez “Pro Rock’r” trem and some kind of rail-based humbucking pickups. Great, comfortable guitar. I customized it to unrecognizability and when I bought my new 1990 RG550, I left the strings off it for six months and the neck warped. There was no internet, and I couldn’t get it straightened out, so in my youthful ignorance, I tossed it in a dumpster.
Yes, it was wrong. Yes, I regret it. No, I never bought a replacement, but I’d think about it.
 

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 🙁 hope to buy a new one soon 🙂
 

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!
 

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 I’m doing. Priceless to me now, as it reminds me of him.
 

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.
 

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 😉