For those considering a LEs Paul (or similar) dont forget those are very heavy guitars and for a beginner may not be the most comfortable or easy to handle. Usually most beginners start with a Ibanez style or Fender Squier style first and since those are usually lighter, easier on your neck / back.
Make sure whatever you get it has to "fit" you and your size
Also some have super smooth necks and some are very hard to move your hand around due to the backs of the neck have coatings on them that actually slow you down to move your hands
It will be easier to move if it slides like "butter/glass"
Interesting blog about RS:
This girl is a world class RB/GH player (plastic only) who is learning real guitar thru RS for the 1st time
If you are on PS3 you might remember her from a seson of "The Tester"
very cool reality show about game testing/testers
check it if you havent
Can anyone confirm if you get extra points using a slide guitar technique on "Freebird"?
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Guitar Hero 2005-2011
This is not a game. But a digital instructor. People will play it a few times and give up on it because it requires work. Just like the gym. College. Or collecting Dr.Who collectibles.
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