I don't want to get rid of my first guitar?

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  • I don't want to get rid of my first guitar?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 20:33
I had all kinds of great memories of my first trombone, and 800 dollar Jupiter. Very beginner, not very nice. As I gift I received a 3000 dollar Bach, and when my dad asked if I was going to sell it I told him I couldn't. Its that value that you worked for it and you learned your first song on it. I would tell her that if you fix it you'll have two. Why did she buy you a right handed guitar if you play a left handed guitar? That is reason to me to play the old one too. I'm on your side though, its hard to let go of stuff like that. P.S: when you get famous you'll be glad you kept it.
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 21:16
For me it doesn't matter if it can play then put it to use
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 22:19
i don't know i have that kind of sentiment but for me if i could buy a better one by adding the selling price of the first one then i should go for that option .keeping a guitar which won't be used after i get the new one is wasting an instrument maybe gifting it friends or those who can't afford one will be the good idea .but can't blame you zack waldy (actaully sold his first guitar but now as he became one the greats he now searched for the same model to keep in his collection ) i guess at times first equipment could bring some old memories .maybe you could explain it to your mom about that guitar importance or practical use having a extra guitar which you can keep in another tune isn't a bad idea
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Answer #4 | 24/12 2013 02:57
Dude my very very first (Espana) guitar still has fresh strings, its own stand and gets polished. I know it's thin, light, but it is my first and I will keep it all of my life.

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