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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by rottenfitzy, Jul 16, 2019.

  1. rottenfitzy

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    Title pretty much says it all.

    I’ve stumbled accross this recently: The Yamaha RS820CR, a great-looking (and sounding!) guitar inspired by motorbikes. I now want one :)

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    It’s pricey, though: $900. Would you take this, or, for the same price, a Gibson Les Paul LPJ or Epiphone Les Paul Tribute plus?
     
  2. Cutlass

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    Never had a conversation with a guitar.
     
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  3. KuchenVier

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    A few months ago I actually tried using my acoustic guitar.

    It wasn't that great to be honest, but it was something.
     
  4. rottenfitzy

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    Acoustics are nice for learning on. I prefer the sound of electrics but acoustics can be pretty.
     
  5. KuchenVier

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    Bon Jovi tracks are probably the ones I can best play to, mostly because the guitar work isn't too fast paced and it's pretty clear enough.

    Would love to have an electric guitar though, they look like an absolute blast to play!
     
  6. angine

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    Acoustic guitar sounds amazing. I just started learning to play the guitar but I want to become a pro one day. Always wanted to be a musician.
     
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  7. rottenfitzy

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    It’s daunting at first but it really becomes easier once you practice. You really should have fun with it!
     
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