Electric Guitar Starter Kit

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About Electric Guitar Starter Kits

An electric guitar starter kit is the ideal way to kick off your electric guitar journey. These packages have everything you need to get started, you'll find a guitar, amplifier, instrument cable, plectrums, strap and even a gig bag to help you take your playing on the go!

Choosing all these parts individually can be overwhelming; that’s why a starter kit is perfect for ensuring you are getting all the pieces you need to get going. The only choice you need to make is which guitar you’d prefer and the rest takes care of itself! While electric guitars all have different sounds and suit different styles, the most important thing about any guitar is that you want to play it! So it’s OK to choose a guitar based on its colour or shape!

The most famous guitar styles are the Stratocaster and the Les Paul. Stratocaster starter packs are made by Squier and Les Paul starter packs are made by Epiphone. There are also 3/4 size guitars or ‘short scale’ guitars available for younger children.

Why Should I Choose an Electric Guitar Starter Kit?

  • Include guitar, amp, lead, strap and bag.
  • Everything you need to get going.
  • Ideal Beginners Equipment
  • Think less, play more!

Frequently Asked Questions about Electric Guitar Starter Kit

Question: Are electric guitar starter kits good?
Electric Guitar Starter Kits are the ideal solution for getting into electric guitar. Diving into the world of electric guitars can be overwhelming, and these handy starter kits provide everything a beginner player could need at an extremely affordable cost.
Question: What is the best electric guitar starter kit?
The best electric guitar starter kit may largely vary depending on your tastes, however we're fans of the Squier Starter Kits, with plenty of options among the range you can choose the guitar you think looks the coolest and you can be confident you're getting a decent starter instrument and equipment at a very reasonable cost.
Question: Is electric guitar easier or harder to learn than acoustic guitar?
Electric guitars can be slightly easier to learn than an acoustic guitar from a playing perspective. Electric guitar strings are lower gauge and require less effort from the fingers to fret effectively. Electric guitars come with their own challenges, and learning how to dial in your tone on an electric is another skill in itself.