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(Photo by Michaela Rehle/Getty Images) The electric guitar’s biggest selling point is its huge sound.
It’s also affordable.
The standard-issue electric guitar is a $2,500 (about $3,200 USD) instrument.
But that’s not the best deal.
Here are a few of the best electric guitars on the market.
The electric guitar has a massive sound, and it’s easy to learn.
It doesn’t have to be a high-output amp to play.
If you can afford it, you can buy a basic electric guitar for $800 (about £600 or AU$1,300).
If you’re looking for an affordable, compact electric guitar, try one of the cheapest electric guitars.
If you want a solid, solid, great-sounding electric guitar with plenty of power, then the Gibson SG-1 is the best choice.
It starts at $3.5 million (about €3,100).
Its sound is top notch, and its sound and price make it a good investment.
The guitar has an easy to-play, fast-playing sound that has a wide range of tones.
The sound can be heard on the road, in the studio, and in live performances.
The SG-3 is an electric guitar of the same type with a slightly different sound.
The Gibson SG1 electric guitar was released in 2003.
The guitar’s price has been slashed to $3 million (approximately £3,700).
The SG1’s sound is good and it can be found in many affordable electric guitars, but it’s a bit of a stretch to call it an all-around great guitar.
It does have a good sound, though, and is an all around good value.
The bass guitar is also an electric instrument.
It comes in many different shapes, sizes, and finishes.
The most popular model is the Gibson Fender Jazz Bass, which is made from a solid mahogany body and a maple neck.
It also has a large, solid body, a rosewood fretboard, and a rose-tinted neck.
The Fender is one of Gibson’s most popular models.
The Fender FJ Jazz Bass is a solid bass guitar with an attractive neck and solid basswood fret board.
(Courtesy of Gibson)The FJ Bass guitar has many styles, but the bass is the most popular.
It has a solid body and rosewood neck.
You can also get a bass guitar that’s a solid version of the FJ, which has a maple and a mahogony body.
The solid version has a brighter, more punchy sound, but is less versatile.
The standard FJ bass has a very solid body.
(Gibson)The standard bass guitar has solid mahogs headstock, but you can also find solid maple necks, solid frets, and solid necks with rosewood saddles.
The maple FJ is the one most people will most likely buy, but some solid bass guitars like the Les Paul Standard and the Fender Standard have rosewood strings.
The Les Paul is a guitar that has been around since 1966, and the bass version is in its late 30s.
(Getty Images/Dale Earnhardt) The Les Paul has a mahogs body, but there are plenty of solid options.
The Les, or Standard, has a rose wood fretboard and maple neck with a rose tinted finish.
The Standard has a slightly smaller body, and comes with rose wood strings, which can be a little more expensive.
The Gibson Les Paul Custom has a wider, deeper body with rose-colored maple neck and rose-wood fretboards.
The BX is a bass-shaped guitar with solid mahoggies headstock and a solid maple neck that’s available in either a solid or rosewood finish.
It features a rose tinted finish, and rose wood tuners.
The BX also comes with a solid neck with rose, but this is a more expensive guitar.
The Boss is a good-looking electric guitar.
(Evan Agostini/Getty)The Boss electric guitar (above) has a rock-solid body and mahogny neck.
Its body is solid mahoys mahogons with rose and rose finish.
Its mahogomy neck is solid rosewood.
The Boss guitar is one-of-a-kind in terms of tone, and you can find it in many models, like the Boss Standard.
The acoustic guitar is the other great-looking instrument.
(Andrew Harrer/Getty images)The acoustic electric guitar or electric guitar as we know it today comes in