Electric Guitar Package - 1
For many years, a lot of beginners or intermediate players purchase packages from me and I decided to put together this page to help guide you.
Q: Why don't I just simply buy a package from Amazon?
A: Some Amazon instruments are very cheap and aren't built to last, and quality is usually subpar at lower price points. You also may buy the wrong type of instrument online. Instruments aren't well adjusted when they are sold online and offer no maintenance.
Also note that many of the Amazon reviews are not done by experienced musicians.
Q: Some people sell things cheaper than you online. Why would I pay more for you?
A: There are many ways that second-hand instruments can go wrong. I buy them, service them, and fix them before selling them. I have parts that do noes cost a lot to replace and skills from years of playing and fixing instruments.
Most of the instruments I sell are problem-free. If problems arise, I will fix them, exchange them for a new one free of charge, or charge slightly more for a higher-level instrument of your liking. If your instrument has minor issues and does not reduce playability, I will disclose it to you.
All instruments you buy from me have a 6-month warranty against any defects. If your instrument stops working for reasons within the instrument itself, I will repair it or replace it for you.
The package includes
Items Cost for new items
Electric Guitar x 1 Dependent on your choice
Strap x 1 $ 10 - 50
Strap locks x 2 $ 35
Gig Bag x 1 $ 25
1/8" Cable x 1 $ 10
Amplifier x 1 $ 100 - $150
Package Price: $ 130 + Cost of Guitar
*Some items are slightly different depending on stock availability
*Some larger amplifiers or ones with more functionalities are available at extra cost
1) Electric Guitar of your own choice
Helps you play while standing up
3) Strap Locks
Helps keep your strap attached to your instrument. Dropping your instrument is a very expensive mistake that you'd want to avoid.
A bag would help you carry your instrument around and prevent it from being scratched or damaged.
5) Cord with 1/8" Jacks
You'd need this to push sound into your amplifier