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Which one out of these two electric guitars to get?

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Hey guys.

I'm new to the forums :D

I'm looking to buy a electric guitar i went to my local store and looked at stuff and I'm looking to buy one of these too.

The problem is i cant seem to find the red guitar on the net and the string is cutting like part of its name so i cant figure out what it is.

These are the 2 guitars I'm looking at

  1. Squier Stratocaster bullet.... 139 euros

  2. The red one in the pic that says blues sg cherry. (used one ) 85 euros

     And i like the look of the red one a little more 

So i want some help on deciding which to get. I did some research but i don;t know the red ones model so i cant seem to find it. any help would be appreciated 

If anyone know could you please tell me the name of that red guitar too

Thank You in advance



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Any of these might be OK for a beginner.  I would recommend playing the ones you are considering and get the one that feels best to you.  I wouldn't worry much about tone until you can already play and have played many guitars.  I've been playing guitar, electric and acoustic, for about 50 years.  It took about 25 of those years to settle on what suits me best.  I used to own many guitars, more than 25 a few years ago.  Now I have 6, but they suit me.  You might not like them at all.  Until you can spend over $1000 dollars you are really looking at student models.  Don't get me wrong.  Student models are just fine for beginners or casual players.  Some of us who simply HAVE to play at least an hour or more a day really notice the difference.  Better instruments make playing more enjoyable.

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Thank you for the reply sir. I'm gonna take your advice and pick the one that's more easier for me to play.

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