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    2. Washburn WI44 Black
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    3. Kramer Focus VT111S Electric Guitar
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    4. Washburn WG587 Metallic Gray
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    5. B.C. Rich Platinum Pro Warlock
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    6. Kramer Focus VT111S Electric Guitar
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    7. Refurbished - Yamaha EG-112 Electric
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    8. Epiphone SG-Special Electric Guitar,
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    9. Dean Evo XM Electric Guitar, Natural
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    1. Yamaha EZ-EG Tutorial Electric Guitar
    by Yamaha
    list price: $299.99
    our price: $277.08
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009UVQZ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Yamaha
    Sales Rank: 18139
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    The perfect six-string treat for beginners, Yamaha's EZ-EG guitar is part electric guitar, part portable keyboard, and all fun. Twelve lighted frets show hand position for chords, and three convenient play modes include strumming (practice for right hand-- chords change automatically), chord training (practice for left hand--no strumming required, just make chord changes), and full play (practice for both hands--it shows you chord changes while you strum and play chords).

    The guitar comes with six real strings for strumming or finger-picking, nine sampled but realistic guitar tones and eight bass-guitar sounds, as well as sampled sounds for banjo, shamisen, and even piano. You can practice on three full programmed songs and 15 choice song riffs to learn.

    MIDI In and Out let you integrate the instrument with keyboard controllers or your computer, and the guitar includes flash ROM so you can download more songs to learn. Controls include volume, tempo, balance, and capo, and you have the option of standard and open tunings.

    There's a built-in speaker as well as a headphone jack for private or late-night playing (as well as for connecting with an amplifier; headphones and amp not included). The EZ-EG runs off the supplied PA3C power adapter or 6 AA batteries if you want to take it on the roadfor a practice tour.

    What's in the Box
    Guitar, power adapter, pick, strap, tremolo bar, UX-16 USB MIDI cable, and Yamaha PA3C power adapter. ... Read more

    Features

    • 3 built in songs, plus 15 songs riffs to learn
    • 12 lighted frets show hand position for chords
    • 3 play modes, including Strumming, Chord Training, and Full Play (using both hands - shows you chord changes while you strum and play chords)
    • 6 strings for strumming or finger picking
    • 9 realistic guitar sounds - 8 bass guitar sounds - plus banjo, shamisen, and piano

    Reviews (3)

    1-0 out of 5 stars An exceptionally poor tool for learning to play guitar
    I've an advanced classical and rock guitarist, having played for 15 years.I have taught guitar lessons before.

    This toy is marketed as an instrument to help learn guitar.I'd like to explain why it is overall a poor instrument.I played it for a few hours in stores, so this review is based on my experience with it.

    First of all, here's what the toy can help you do.It can teach you fingerings.That is, it can teach you what frets to articulate when playing chords and scales.Unfortunately, it only goes up to the twelth fret, which will limit your ability to play on a normal electric guitar, which typically has 22 or 24 frets.These extra frets mirror the first 12 at an octave higher, but they also are quite a bit smaller, so adjustment to them isn't instantaneous.Learning to play solos involves learning not to have trip over one's fingers in the crowded upper frets.The EZ-EG cannot help you with that.

    Here's why the instrument is a poor instructional tool.Playing guitar, even at a beginning level, requires more than simply learning fret positions.Guitar is a highly nuanced instrument.To play well, you need to learn how to perform a variety of articulations, such as slides, hammer-ons, pull-offs, bends, taps, mutings, vibrato, and more.Most of these are simply impossible to play on this toy.Note: Such skills need to be learned at the same time one learns basic fingering.They go together.You will severely handicap your playing style if you learn to play on this toy alone.

    Even worse, the most difficult part of articulation for beginners is learning to put one's fingers in the right spot near the frets.This toy has you press a button instead.Thus, if you were to learn on this and then switch to a real guitar, you very likely won't be able to play.Instead, you'll produce string buzz, because you won't know how to position your fingers.You need to learn how hard to press, at one angle to press, and where to press, in relation to the fret.This takes a while, but it is vital that correct articulation in reference to the frets is learned as soon as possible.If you learn to play on this toy alone, you will handicap yourself.

    Thirdly, guitars have metal strings, often at high tensions, depending on what type of guitar you are playing.Beginners normally say that the strings make their fingers hurt.An important part of the learning process is to practice until one develops calluses, so that one can slide one's fingers on the strings all day without pain.Again, if you learn to play on this toy by itself, you will not be able to play a real guitar.

    Fourth, the toy sounds bad, like a cheap Yamaha keyboard.For a guitarist like myself, it was fun to play the synth sounds in the store where I saw this, but they were of low quality.If you are looking for a guitar synth, buy a Roland synth and pick-up system.

    Fifth, an additional part of learning the guitar is learning to care for the instrument.A beginner needs to learn to tune strings, perform adjustments to the bridge, neck, and nut, and so on.Beginners frequently break strings, since they pick too hard, and it's important for them to learn proper right hand technique in reference to real strings.Tuning is especially important, because it helps the beginner learn what is known as relative pitch.

    Overall, then, learning to play using this toy in isolation is counterproductive.A beginner will learn bad technique that must be unlearned when she switches to a real instrument.

    If you wish to buy it as a beginning guitarist, please make sure you purchase a real instrument at the same time, and practice primarily on that.I do not dispute that this toy can help you learn scales, but that's all it can do.By the way, there are real guitars with LED inlays that will teach you scales and chords, too, without having all of the potential for disaster this toy has.

    For this purchase price of the EZ-EG, you could acquire a decent low-end electric guitar, string it with .08 gauge strings (which are quite easy to play), and be off to a good start.

    4-0 out of 5 stars great guitar alternative for medically challenged fingers
    I was a professional guitar player for years, 20 years ago (closer to 30 years ago) and had to give it up due to insulin dependent diabetes.The damage of 4-5 times a day of finger sticks to test blood sugars and the infections caused by the callouses of many daily hours of playing were just too great for my body to overcome.I haven't been able to play guitar since.

    I found this guitar while shopping at a Sharper Image store and was instantly hooked.It doesn't create any pressure on my fingers at all, because the electronic keypads only require a very light touch.It does not have the feel of a real guitar and can't begin to pick up the nuances of play from real strings, but if you are unable to play a regular guitar for whatever reason, it's a great alternative.

    The guitar does go momentarily slightly out of tune every time a new chord is played, but it only lasts 1 or 2 seconds and unless you are acutely aware of tone values, probably won't notice the difference, it self tunes immediately.It is easier to pick out songs than a regular guitar because the steel pickup doesn't vibrate the way a regular string will, hence your picking can be both truer and faster than with a regular guitar and no buzzing of strings either.

    For a beginner, I can see this as having a fast learning curve, but will probably create some problems with transferring onto a regular guitar because as long as you hit the correct frets, it will give you true sound, which on a regular guitar will never happen unless the correct amount of pressure and the correct fingering is taking place.

    I don't know how durable this instrument will be long term but I am currently deeply in love (again).

    4-0 out of 5 stars fun toy for beginners
    This is definitely one big toy. But I am having a blast with it so far (it is day 3). I tried to start with a real electric guitar but that was too overwhelming. I have some knowledge of chords but little innate talent. So a tutorial guitar is just what I need to have fun and practice the basics. This is not a substitute for lessons though. You will only learn some rhythm guitar from the midi stuff. Also, you have to let go of any feeling of not liking the midi sound. Still, if you don't have a band, it's nice to strum along to something. I figure if I can learn all of the chords changes programmed into the guitar, I will have a decent background for picking out my favorite tunes. So in sum, the drawbacks are you can't slide down the neck because of the keys, you won't learn any picking from the tutorials and while you get 10 free midi songs from the website, the rest are priced around $6 a shot. Also the tremolo attachment impedes any sort of flashy follow through action with your right hand (but the tremolo comes off easily). I almost forgot to mention that I had a lot of difficulty getting the software to work from the url given in the packaging. After many error messages, I ended up searching for a windows xp update for both the midi usb driver and "song filer" the program used by yamaha to download songs onto your guitar. Even though I can't read Japanese, I went to a Japanese site and bless 'em cuz everything worked like a charm! The strong points are the many sounds you can choose from including 12-string (even though there are only 6 strings), overdrive and distortion. You can just play your own thing or practice one of the programmed selections. The electronic capo is really cool and the tempo adjuster is helpful. I haven't tried alternate tuning yet. But I'm sure it will be fun once I get the hang of it. I will try to write more after more time has passed. All in all, I'd recommend this for someone who isn't ready for the real thing yet and likes electronic gadgets. ... Read more


    2. Washburn WI44 Black
    by Washburn
    list price: $849.90
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    Asin: B0002M6QRW
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Washburn
    Sales Rank: 1306
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    Product Description

    The Idol Series was the Winner of the Guitar Player magazine EDITORS CHOICE Award as one of the best electric solid body guitars under $1,000. Now it is available in a BARITONE VERSION.It reaches the low end range of a 7 string using only 6 strings.This guitar smokes with all of Washburn's top features... Buzz Feiten Tuning System, Voice Contour Control, Jumbo Frets, set neck, and 18:1 Grover tuners. ... Read more


    3. Kramer Focus VT111S Electric Guitar (Standard) Ebony/Black
    by MusicYo
    list price: $299.99
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    Asin: B0002IC846
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: MusicYo
    Sales Rank: 1105
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    The Kramer Focus VT-111S is THE most affordable, professional electric guitar available today. With a Slim-Taper Hard Maple neck, 21-Fret Rosewood fingerboard, vintage 6-screw tremolo system and 3 single-coil pickups, you get great sound, fast action, and years of reliable performance. There is NOTHING like it! Chris Berezney of MusicGearReview writes "If you're willing to spend $300 on a guitar, consider buying a few of these. Hell, you could get 3 of them. One in each color. For the money, there's nothing better available. Nothing at least that I've seen." ... Read more

    Features

    • Vintage Style Tremolo
    • Covered Machine Heads
    • PVC Nut
    • Straight String Pull Headstock

    Reviews (3)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Kramer Focus VT111S - The $75 (or less) Guitar That KICKS!
    At first hearing about these things I, like many others, thought "how good can a $75 guitar be?"; then I got one.

    I'll tell you, VERY nice (XL)strings, great neck, no fret buzz, and great body/finish. I played it without an amp at first and couldn't believe the action on it. Then I plugged it in.

    Basically, it sounds just like a Fender Strat, only it feels a little nicer and plays a little better. I also then plugged it into my V-Amp 2 ... My GOD, it's freakin' sa-weet!

    I HIGHLY recommend it for a guitar for open mic nights, kids and beginners, intermediate players, or just to mess around with.

    As Chris B says;
    "If you're willing to spend $300 on a guitar, consider buying a few of these. Hell, you could get 4 of them. One in each color. For the money, there's nothing better available. Nothing at least that I've seen."

    PS: I got the VT111S during the holidays, it cost $74.99US in SunBurst; it's purdy!
    I've never played a "cheap" guitar that was so good; in fact, I'm collecting the other colors now!
    Forget the negative things others say about this guitar, it's WORTH the money; believe me!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Save your money
    Yes, you can't expect much from an $80 guitar. But there is a line that can be crossed in terms of poor quality. Basically, this instrument is unplayable. Doesn't stay in tune for more than 10 minutes, horrid fret buz, the high E string gets caught beneath the final fret, etc. etc. Do yourself a favor, wait a couple of weeks, save up some more money and buy the next cheapest thing -- it's bound to be better. A disservice to beginners, an insult to more advanced players. You've been warned.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good Price and Service, but Requires Set Up
    I got this guitar for my daughter for X-mas.(Actually, they had over sold the black-body model and so I got the seafoam green at no additional charge.)The paint is great, it looks very nice and sounds good with the exception of what I would call excessive fret buzz on the high E and B strings.I adusted the height of the saddle for these strings (instructions are not provide with the guitar, but are available on the web from a number of sources).Also, when it arrived, the strings were rusty.I contacted Music Yo via email and they told me just to wipe them down.I'm not this hot-shot guitar player, but as I understand it, once strings go rusty, they need replaced.I may be wrong about this, but replacement strings were not offered in any event.The guitar stays in tune pretty wel, but I do have to tune it with some regularity.

    I've seen the guitar compared with the Fender Squire series.I haven't played one of those, so I can't comment on playablity, but this guitar looks better than the Squire.

    With the exception of the string issue, Music Yo did a good job on its end.The guitar arrived quickly and undamaged.The shipping cost was very reasonable.

    Overall, I give this guitar a positive rating, but the fret buzz and the rusty strings certainly disappointed me, especially with what otherwise was a very nice guitar. ... Read more


    4. Washburn WG587 Metallic Gray
    by Washburn
    list price: $949.80
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    Asin: B0002KWXSA
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Washburn
    Sales Rank: 1466
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    Product Description

    Get the chunk out!Reach the low end that you need and desire with this affordable yet pro level 7 String double cutaway electric guitar with humbucker-humbucker pickup configuration, stoptail bridge, maple neck and rosewood fretboard. ... Read more


    5. B.C. Rich Platinum Pro Warlock Guitar, Black
    by B.C. Rich
    list price: $699.99
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    Asin: B0002D0MR6
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: B.C. Rich
    Sales Rank: 1170
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    Product Description

    Genuine agathis body, maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, and locking Floyd Rose-licensed trem come together for an axe with attitude that's as professional as they come. 2 open-coil BDSM humbuckers will hold you down and hurt you! ... Read more

    Features

    • Agathis body
    • Maple bolt-on neck
    • Rosewood fingerboard
    • Licensed Floyd Rose tremolo
    • 2 BDSM humbuckers

    6. Kramer Focus VT111S Electric Guitar (Deluxe) Candy Apple Red
    by MusicYo
    list price: $299.99
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    Asin: B0002IC7Z6
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: MusicYo
    Sales Rank: 1315
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    The Kramer Focus VT-111S is THE most affordable, professional electric guitar available today. With a Slim-Taper Hard Maple neck, 21-Fret Rosewood fingerboard, vintage 6-screw tremolo system and 3 single-coil pickups, you get great sound, fast action, and years of reliable performance. There is NOTHING like it! Chris Berezney of MusicGearReview writes "If you're willing to spend $300 on a guitar, consider buying a few of these. Hell, you could get 3 of them. One in each color. For the money, there's nothing better available. Nothing at least that I've seen." ... Read more

    Features

    • Vintage Style Tremolo
    • Covered Machine Heads
    • PVC Nut
    • Straight String Pull Headstock

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars the best guitar ever
    I think that my kramer candy apple red guitar is the best! everything is perfect the strings, the sound, the shape you name it is the best guitar ever and I know guitars and i'm only ten.All my friends really like It to you should use it for advertisement. I think amazon.com is the best place to shop!

    5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite Guitar.
    The price is amazing, for the tone and fun you get with a guitar like this. I sit all day playing it. It is a strat style guitar, and although I prefer SG types, this is a lot of fun, and out of all the 8 guitars I own, this is my favorite.

    2-0 out of 5 stars GAG!
    I will have to agree with the first reviewer this guitar does have great action.But Everything else about it sucks, espically since its a strat style guitar you can only get 2 out of 5 pickup positions without fret buzz.Save your self some time and get an ESP!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Cannot be beat for the money!
    My favorite guitar in my humble collection.The best guitar under $150 you can buy.

    Don't expect great tuners, and the tremolo's only good, but not great.And you're well advised to replace the stock strings and adjust the bridge before you play the unit for the first time.

    Do expect very good sounding, hot pickups, smooth five-position pickup selection, solid electronics, and best of all, outstanding action from a beautifully finished instrument.The Kramer Focus beats cheap Squiers & Epiphone's hands down. ... Read more


    7. Refurbished - Yamaha EG-112 Electric Guitar (no amp)
    by Yamaha
    list price: $199.99
    our price: $93.41
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    Asin: B0000YTJ1M
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Yamaha
    Sales Rank: 7289
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Tremolo bar and chrome hardware
    • Starter kit for the aspiring guitarist
    • Includes padded gig bag, and guitar cable
    • Maple neck and rosewood fingerboard
    • 2 single-coil pickups, 1 humbucking pickup, 5-position pickup switch

    Reviews (4)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good But Needs Work
    I got this guitar for my son as a Christmas present and found it has both good and bad points.

    The good:Looks new, came with all parts, no scratches or rust.Everything works very well on the guitar with the exceptions noted below.

    Excellent price for a beginner guitar.

    The bad:Slight fret buzz (strings sometimes hit the frets up by the neck of the guitar), so the guitar will have to be adjusted to eliminate that.In my opinion, that adjustment should have been done before reselling it;

    No manual of any sort included, and could not find one on the Yamaha site, so adjustment may be tricky;

    Lastly, I agree with one of the other reviewers that the single box packaging is not enough protection for shipping this guitar.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for me!
    Ordered mine a few days before Xmas with free shipping and received it on the 23rd, bravo Amazon! Unfortunatly I did not receive my Rogue 2x12" 100w $150 amp from MusiciansFriend.com until yesterday. The guitar looks brand new and came with everything it was supposed to come with. One of the pickups has a small amount of rust but it is barely noticable. All and all it was a great price for what I was looking for and I didn't have to spend extra money on the small amp I didn't need. Instead I got a much bigger amp for almost the same price as the kit!

    3-0 out of 5 stars It's not bad
    After purchasing this guitar, I was warned to never buy a used guitar online, so I was pretty apprehensive in waiting for it to come. When it got here, it didn't seem that bad. I'm sorry for PH_7 who never got a cable. But mine came with a 9 foot cable, a set of allen keys and the Tremolo arm, which you screw onto the guitar. Although I was a little dissapointed in the guitar's body condition. By refurbished, I guess it means that they replaced certain parts. But my guitar had scratches on the frount, one of the pickup is rusty and the strings are a little old. But hey, it is a used guitar.
    All in all, I'm pretty satisfied. I think it's a good guitar for a beginner who doesn't need a $700 fender to start on.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not Truly Refurbished
    The Yamaha 112 has an excellent reputation as a beginner's guitar, and I looked to Amazon to pick one up.Amazon sells the full 112 beginner's kit, which is essentially the guitar, gig bag, guitar cable, amp, and pitch pipe.I already have an amp and tuner, so this refurbished model fit the bill -- a guitar, gig bag and cable for a reasonable price.I know repairing/refurbishing guitars in not really rocket science, as every pawn shop and music exchange manager can attest. I assumed that Yamaha was refurbishing customer returns and selling them through Amazon. Naturally I expected that Yamaha and Amazon would do the job right.

    Well, I'm sad to report that the job was not done right on the guitar I received.A new Yamaha 112 comes with a chrome tremolo.The Amazon listing for the refurbished 112 confirms that the guitar comes with a tremolo.The guitar I received had NO tremolo.Instead, the guitar has a hole where the tremolo belongs.Nice and classy, huh? How did this get through quality control?I can imagine some teenager broke the tremelo off the guitar, returned it, and Yamaha (through Amazon) shipped it right back out -- to me!

    The promised guitar cable was also missing. Just a gig bag and guitar with a missing tremolo.Also, although the package seemed to arrive in good shape, I was surprised to find the guitar has shipped without any outer packaging around the original box. Just 1/8" of cardboard and a few styrofoam spacers between the guitar and the harsh world of a UPS trailer.

    Caveat emptor.Refurbished is subjective, it seems. Maybe you'll be lucky, and get all the parts Amazon says you will receive. I was not so fortunate. ... Read more


    8. Epiphone SG-Special Electric Guitar, Ebony
    by Epiphone
    list price: $249.00
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    Asin: B0002D01IQ
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Epiphone
    Sales Rank: 648
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    Product Description

    You've been waiting and now you don't have any more excuses. Epiphone's SG Special is the most affordable SG ever. Now everyone can own the classic styling and unbeatable performance. Features include 2 humbuckers, tune-o-matic bridge with stopbar tailpiece, and Rosewood fingerboard. ... Read more


    9. Dean Evo XM Electric Guitar, Natural Mahogany
    by Dean
    list price: $189.99
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    Asin: B0002E1OVS
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Dean
    Sales Rank: 1298
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    The evolution continues!The EVO XM carries the same mahogany body as it's bigger brothers with a bolt-on neck.Features dual Dean humbuckers, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard and a beautiful natural finish. ... Read more

    Features

    • Basswood body
    • Bolt-on maple neck
    • Rosewood fingerboard
    • Dual humbuckers
    • Sealed tuners

    Reviews (1)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great bang for your buck.
    I bought this Evo because I wanted a cheap non tremelo guitar around to play with alternative tunings, and I really like the looks of it. My other guitars are a Fender Strat and a Fender Lead 1, both equipped with Floyd Rose systems so the Evo was a nice change of pace.

    On to the guitar! The first thing I noticed was the weight. At 5.75 lbs. it's probably the lightest guitar I've ever played. Right out of the box it wasn't set up, which didn't really surprise me for a $100 guitar. After setting up the guitar (adjusting the bridge and truss rod) it turned out to be a very nice player. The stock pickups sound great and the solid mahogany body has decent sustain. The good tone surprised me considering how light it is. I have only one complaint. The cheap tuning keys. They're cheap and it's obvious when you turn them and feel varying amounts of play from each of them. That being said, they seem to stay in tune pretty well. The bottom line is that the Evo is an EXCELLENT value! The only thing keeping it from getting 5 stars are the tuning keys. I would highly recommend this guitar to beginners as a first electric or experienced guitarists who want something cheap to play around on. The guitar should be set up properly for best results. If you don't know how to do it, take it to your local guitar shop and pay to have it done.

    Enjoy! ... Read more


    10. Kramer Focus VT111S Electric Guitar (Standard) Vintage Sunburst
    by MusicYo
    list price: $299.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002IC84G
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: MusicYo
    Sales Rank: 834
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    The Kramer Focus VT-111S is THE most affordable, professional electric guitar available today. With a Slim-Taper Hard Maple neck, 21-Fret Rosewood fingerboard, vintage 6-screw tremolo system and 3 single-coil pickups, you get great sound, fast action, and years of reliable performance. There is NOTHING like it! Chris Berezney of MusicGearReview writes "If you're willing to spend $300 on a guitar, consider buying a few of these. Hell, you could get 3 of them. One in each color. For the money, there's nothing better available. Nothing at least that I've seen." ... Read more

    Features

    • Vintage Style Tremolo
    • Covered Machine Heads
    • PVC Nut
    • Straight String Pull Headstock

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Kramer Focus VT111S - The $75 (or less) Guitar That KICKS!
    At first hearing about these things I, like many others, thought "how good can a $75 guitar be?"; then I got one.

    I'll tell you, good strings, great neck, and great body/finish. I played it without an amp at first and couldn't believe the action on it. Then I plugged it in.

    Basically, it sounds just like a Fender Strat, only it feels a little nicer and plays a little better. I also then plugged it into my V-Amp 2 ... My GOD, it's freakin' sa-weet!

    I HIGHLY recommend it for a guitar for open mic nights, kids and beginners, intermediate players, or just to mess around with.

    "If you're willing to spend $300 on a guitar, consider buying a few of these. Hell, you could get 4 of them. One in each color. For the money, there's nothing better available. Nothing at least that I've seen."

    5 Stars, all the way!

    PS: I got it on sale during the holidays for $69.99US, it's an unbelievable deal! ... Read more


    11. Kramer Focus VT-211S 'Fatboy' Electric Guitar (Deluxe) Candy Apple Red
    by MusicYo
    list price: $299.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002IC7WY
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: MusicYo
    Sales Rank: 1155
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    Product Description

    Kramer has taken the BEST selling Focus and added a powerful, humbucking pickup in the bridge position for better tone and added GROWL! Other enhancements include a Metallic Finish, 3-ply (white/black/white) pickguard with matching white pickups and a 21-fret Hard Maple fingerboard. If you want all the features and quality found in this classic double cutaway guitar but without the "classic" price, the Kramer Focus series is perfect for you. You will NOT find the same guitar for less, we guarantee it! ... Read more

    Features

    • Covered Machine Heads
    • PVC Nut
    • Straight String Pull Headstock
    • Vintage Style Tremolo

    12. Steinberger Spirit GT-Pro Electric Guitar (Deluxe) Black
    by MusicYo
    list price: $899.99
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    Asin: B0002T54L4
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: MusicYo
    Sales Rank: 1597
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    Product Description

    Nothing looks like a Steinberger and nothing performs like one either! The Spirit GT-Pro guitar features the same distinctive body-shape as the award-winning Steinberger GL Series and the trademark headless neck with the patented Double-Ball ™ tuning system. Other features include the patented LOCKING R-Trem ™ system with direct-pull, 40:1 ratio machine heads, three (HB - S - HB) EMG Select ™ pickups and folding leg rest for playing comfort while sitting. And the GT is perhaps the world's most "travel-friendly" and convenient guitar ever made. It comes complete with a heavy-duty gigbag and, being only 30" in length, fits anywhere including airplane overhead luggage bins. ... Read more

    Features

    • Patented Double-Ball ™ Tuning System
    • R-Trem ™ Tremolo
    • EMG Select Pickups
    • Includes Deluxe Gigbag

    13. Epiphone Les Paul Special II Electric Guitar, Ebony
    by Epiphone
    list price: $249.00
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    Asin: B0002CZUUG
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Epiphone
    Sales Rank: 1537
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    If you are looking for classic Les Paul looks and a humbucker sound, it is hard to go wrong with the incredibly affordable Special II. There really hasn't been a Les Paul deal like this in a long time. Features include a Mahogany neck, a Rosewood fingerboard with dot inlays, volume and tone control, and chrome hardware. ... Read more

    Features

    • Super-affordable
    • 2 humbuckers for that LP tone
    • Great tone and playability
    • Tone, volume, and pickup switch

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Nice 1st Guitar
    This is a great guitar to learn the basics on. I have owned a LP2 for a year and I have nothing bad to say about it. The guitar stays in tune and has a solid construction. This guitar is well worth the money!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Sweet little guitar for any player
    I picked up one of these babies about 6 months ago to use as my "travel" guitar, and it has yet to let me down.Granted, the day I got it, I changed out the pickups with a DiMarzio Double Whammy in the bridge and a Virtual PAF in the neck, so I can't tell you much about the sound from the factory electronics.However, the guitar plays wonderfully.The only irritant was that, in order to get perfect intonation in Eb tuning (one half-step below standard tuning on all six strings), I had to reverse one of the saddles.

    Otherwise, no complaints whatsoever -- it came from the factory with the truss perfectly set, and it only took minor tweaks to the action and a slight shim for the neck (I'm obsessive when it comes to fast action on my guitars), and I was shredding away in no time.This is an excellent guitar for a beginner, or, if you're a more advanced player in search of some vintage looks on a budget, this is right up your alley.Get a new set of pickups -- EMGs, Seymour Duncans, or DiMarzios will work great -- and you've got looks AND tone.Just don't expect that solid mahogany-body sustain you'd get from a real LP -- this one's plywood.Agathis.Tonewood.Whatever Epiphone's buzzword of the week happens to be.

    Bottom line: for $150, you can't go wrong with this guitar.Out of all the guitars I own, I keep coming back to this one.Of course, unlike your average Jackson or B.C. Rich, the Les Paul body design doesn't have any pointy things to dig into one's crotch... That might have a bit to do with it as well.Are you still reading this? Just buy it already! ... Read more


    14. Kramer Standard Electric Guitar Heritage Sunburst
    by MusicYo
    list price: $699.99
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    Asin: B0002IEZXI
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: MusicYo
    Sales Rank: 1765
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    Product Description

    A healthy combination of Kramer attitude and classic LP styling makes the Kramer "Standard" the perfect rock guitar. This 22-fret, 24.75" scale axe features a solid Mahogany body with an eye-catching Flame Maple top. When combined with its hard Maple glued-in neck and Made in the USA Kramer pickups (90R neck and 98T bridge), you've got a powerful guitar with a focused rock tone that sustains for days! The Kramer Standard also features Grover machine heads and a graphite nut for unsurpassed tuning accuracy and stability. And Kramer designed body scarfing makes this classic more comfortable and easier to play than ever before. ... Read more

    Features

    • Eye-catching Flame Maple Top
    • Grover Machine Heads
    • Mahogany Glued-In Neck
    • Kramer Designed Body Scarfing

    15. Steinberger Platinum Spirit GT-Pro Electric Guitar (Standard) with Deluxe Gigbag Platinum
    by MusicYo
    list price: $799.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0006NL2MG
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: MusicYo
    Sales Rank: 1812
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    Product Description

    Nothing looks like a Steinberger and nothing performs like one either! The Spirit GT-Pro guitar features the same distinctive body-shape as the award-winning Steinberger GL Series and features the trademark headless neck with the patented Double-Ball tuning system. Other features include the patented LOCKING R-Trem system with direct-pull, 40:1 ratio machine heads, three (HB - S - HB) EMG Select pickups and folding leg rest for playing comfort while sitting. ... Read more


    16. Epiphone Les Paul Standard Baritone Guitar, Arctic White
    by Epiphone
    list price: $831.00
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    Asin: B0002H0SLM
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Epiphone
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    Product Description

    This new 27-3/4" long-scale Baritone guitar comes strung with .14-.68 strings to add even more beefy, bottom-end tones to the legendary Les Paul. 2 Vintage Alnico humbuckers with a Plus pickup in the lead position and simplified controls give it all the crunch you expect from a Les Paul and more. Custom finishes give it a great new look. ... Read more

    Features

    • 27-3/4" long-scale baritone
    • 2 Vintage Alnico humbuckers with Plus in the lead position
    • Simplified controls
    • Custom finishes

    17. Kramer Focus VT-211S 'Fatboy' Electric Guitar (Standard) Vintage Sunburst
    by MusicYo
    list price: $329.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0006L367C
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: MusicYo
    Sales Rank: 1657
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Kramer has taken the BEST selling Focus and added a powerful, humbucking pickup in the bridge position for better tone and added GROWL! Other enhancements include a Metallic Finish, 3-ply (white/black/white) pickguard with matching white pickups and a 21-fret hard maple fingerboard. If you want all the features and quality found in the classic double cutaway guitar but without the classic price, the Kramer Focus series is perfect for you. ... Read more

    Features

    • Covered Machine Heads
    • PVC Nut
    • Straight String Pull Headstock
    • Vintage Style Tremolo

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars RAD
    This GuitarIs AWESOME- It Picks up distortion in a proffesional way, has 3 volume adjustment knobs and includes a wammi bar. It's perfect For begginers- and intermediatte players- but advanced players just might not get the feel for it- ya know wot I mean? ... Read more


    18. Epiphone SG-Special Electric Guitar, Cherry
    by Epiphone
    list price: $249.00
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    Asin: B0002D01IG
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Epiphone
    Sales Rank: 1963
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    Product Description

    You've been waiting and now you don't have any more excuses. Epiphone's SG Special is the most affordable SG ever. Now everyone can own the classic styling and unbeatable performance. Features include 2 humbuckers, tune-o-matic bridge with stopbar tailpiece, and Rosewood fingerboard. ... Read more


    19. Kramer USA Jersey Star Reissue Guitar (Includes Hardshell Case) White
    by MusicYo
    list price: $1,999.99
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    Asin: B0002V9DD2
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: MusicYo
    Sales Rank: 959
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    Product Description

    Kramer and MusicYo are proud to introduce the latest addition to the USA Collection⦠The Kramer USA "Jersey Star" Reissue electric guitar. A faithful reissue of the famous Kramer electric guitar originally introduced in 1986 as part of the Artist Series. But, unlike some of the production guitars, this vintage reissue incorporates some unique, one-of-a-kind features consistent with the artist's original guitar. They are: Hard Maple Fingerboard (production = very few produced, maple was optional), Real Mother of Pearl "Star" inlays on body and neck with black outline (production = no black outline), Pearloid Tuner Buttons (production = gold tuner buttons), and Standard size cover plate (production = large back cavity cover plate). As stated in the accompanying advertisement, when designing this guitar three major requirements had to be met. They were: 1) straight rock and roll sound; 2) smooth professional construction and; 3) a striking stage presence. With the new Jersey Star, Kramer has once again met these requirements and created a truly great instrument with a timeless '80's vibe. Special thanks goes out to Mike at www.VintageKramer.com and John Montaperto for all their help in making this possible. ... Read more

    Features

    • Headstock
    • JS-90R and JS-91T Pickups
    • Five Way Pickup Selector
    • Mini Toggles (Middle and Bridge Pickups)
    • Solid Maple Body

    20. Daisy Rock Butterfly Artist
    by Daisy Rock
    list price: $459.00
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0009I5XGY
    Catlog: Musical Instruments
    Manufacturer: Daisy Rock
    Sales Rank: 2007
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    Product Description

    The colorful Butterfly Artist guitar features a basswood body, rock maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, 22 frets, pearloid daisy inlays, and chrome hardware.Includes Gigbag! ... Read more


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