This complete package includes everything you need: an excellent guitar; a small, portable amp that delivers big sound; an instructional DVD; a bag to protect your guitar when you are not playing; a strap to help you hold your instrument; a 10' cable to connect your guitar to the amp; and a guitar tuner to keep you in tune!
Perfect for many musical styles including rock, jazz, blues, and Christian
The body is contoured for hours of comfortable play.
Dual cutaway allows access to the highest frets.
Vintage fulcrum bridge with six adjustable saddles.
Truss rod adjustable maple neck.
For those of you who already own an amp, you now have the option of saving $15 and buying the package without the amp.
The amp provides 10 watts of power through an especially designed 5 1/2" speaker. It has a Master Volume Control. The Two Band Equalizer allows you to control the bass and treble independently. Headphone jack keeps the household sane as you can practice silently. Amp weighs only 6 1/2 pounds. It is 9 3/4" wide x 10 5/8" high x 5" deep. Enjoy!
Measurements of amp:
First of all I've rarely purchased something and been so impressed and happy with it that I felt the overwhelming need to write a review about it. This is that rare exception! I shopped around in my local music store's for the "hands on" approach of choosing my first electric guitar (as an adult.) I had a few cheap electric guitars when I was a teen but as an adult I've only played acoustically. Now, I'm turning 45 this year and taking on the electric guitar, and the Italian language. Both are right at the top of my mid-life "must accomplish and master" list. Gratefully I've gained enough maturity and wisdom for the ability to be patient and thus I did not buy just any guitar I could afford impulsively. The Fender bullet was in the price range of this entire package, here. Although this guitar is much higher quality. With this guitar I found NO high action to contend with, NO sloppy glue streaks, NO scratches, or blemishes of any kind. But all I found while out shopping in this price range was all the above=really crappy. Therefore I thought finding a decent guitar for the money was essentially an impossible task. Actually I almost spent much more money on a guitar that I would have been terrified of breaking in some way or another. But with this particular guitar I'm comfortable...I'm not only learning to play, but will also learn to do my own modifications. And if I manage to break it unintentionally somehow, I'm out less than $200. I can simply purchase another one. No harm done... All I've had to do so far though is change the strings to D' Addario's and did my personal set-up on the guitar. Although the action was fantastic right out of the box. And I'm very pleased with the amp as well. It's more than loud enough if your just starting out. As a matter of fact I find that I must turn it down occasionally because my learning is a "work in progress" after all. And my playing can get on my own nerves at times! (Chuckle) Plus, the strap is great and get's the job done, but nothing fancy of course. This guitar for the price cannot and will not be beat! I did some extensive research and looked around high and low for days before deciding on this purchase. And I'm so glad I did! I wasn't dissapointed in the slightest way. The guitar is both quality and a beauty (for it's price range). Most importantly I'm happy playing it! I've jumped right in, I've learned the "Smoke on the water" riff easily, but I've moved on too much more difficult riffs now. Sweet child o' mine is what I've been practicing currently. The notes I've got down cold, but the speed not so much...But I'm having a great time with it nonetheless... I hope this review can and/or will help anybody else that's on the fence about it, just as I was... By AmorVincitOmnia831
I bought this for my 12 year old daughter who wanted to start learning how to play guitar. This set up came with everything we needed to get her started, and then some. My husband is a guitar player and he was impressed with the quality of the the instrument and the accessories By Nitsirk
Question: Is the tremolo bar removable?
Answer: Yes indeed!