Id Buy The Final Fantasy 14 Fender Stratocaster If It Wasnt So Expensive

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PlanetSmasher




hisdadjesty


  • #4
finally, a guitar for the balance of us.


Wishbone Ash


  • #five
I’d grab some of those picks merely I’m not besides hot on that guitar

I even so call back of that Majora’s Mask fishbone guitar they gave away in Nintendo Power (I think?)

Edit: holy shit are those picks expensive for what they are



  • #6
I’d catch some of those picks but I’thou not too hot on that guitar

I still think of that Majora’s Mask fishbone guitar they gave away in Nintendo Power (I remember?)

Edit: holy shit are those picks expensive for what they are

The picks…Yeah!!!!! Thank you OmegaDL50 for posting

The guitar…cypher special that isn’t $300 right now



The Crystal Exarch


  • #eight
I’grand going to piggyback on this to enquire something: where should ane begin learning the guitar? And what are proficient resources for self-pedagogy (paid or gratis, doesn’t thing)?

I’chiliad itching for a new hobby and I have a cute electrical guitar I’ve bought a couple years ago on a whim that’due south judging me from the wall hang.



  • #9
I’thousand going to piggyback on this to ask something: where should i begin learning the guitar? And what are good resource for self-didactics (paid or complimentary, doesn’t matter)?

I’m itching for a new hobby and I have a beautiful electric guitar I’ve bought a couple years ago on a whim that’s judging me from the wall hang.

Checkout Justin Guitar. It’s a fantastic resource that is entirely gratuitous. There is as well Yousician (there is an expensive paid sub, but I believe a single musical instrument choice exists that is free that doesn’t crave the expensive yearly sub). Surprisingly Rocksmith is likewise useful that tries to gamify the experience of learning to play a Guitar but I found Yousician to exist a much more useful tool into weaning you into the basics from individual strings to chords rather than you randomly strum chords Guitar Hero mode and more than and more stuff is thrown at you lot as you meliorate (which is how Rocksmith works sorta)


Suedemaker


  • #10
I’one thousand going to piggyback on this to ask something: where should one begin learning the guitar? And what are good resources for cocky-teaching (paid or costless, doesn’t matter)?

I’one thousand itching for a new hobby and I accept a beautiful electrical guitar I’ve bought a couple years agone on a whim that’s judging me from the wall hang.

I actually really enjoyed playing Rocksmith before my brother took his guitar when he moved out. Yous’ll need to get a USB to 1/iv” cable (or find the “Realtone” cable…don’t know if at that place’s proprietary stuff in the Ubisoft one) but it was substantially Guitar Hero but with a real guitar. Plenty of preparation modes and speed adjustments, levels of difficulty etc. If the shop yet exists there was a bunch of DLC too.

On topic…I really like the guitar, especially that information technology doesn’t have “FINAL FANTASY XIV ONLINE” plastered all over it simply not $3500 similar it. At least not right now considering if I buy a guitar once more I am going to desire to actually use it, and I wouldn’t desire to get this i all scuffed up and worn
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Chanser


  • #11
Looks better than $10-12k FFVI statue.


DC5remy


  • #12
Looks pretty cool. Wonder if information technology plays well though.



  • #13
I really actually enjoyed playing Rocksmith before my blood brother took his guitar when he moved out. Yous’ll demand to get a USB to ane/4″ cable (or find the “Realtone” cablevision…don’t know if there’s proprietary stuff in the Ubisoft one) just it was essentially Guitar Hero but with a real guitar. Enough of training modes and speed adjustments, levels of difficulty etc. If the shop still exists there was a bunch of DLC too.

On topic…I really like the guitar, especially that it doesn’t have “FINAL FANTASY 14 ONLINE” plastered all over it but non $3500 similar it. At to the lowest degree not right at present because if I buy a guitar again I am going to want to actually employ it, and I wouldn’t want to go this 1 all scuffed upwards and worn
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Yeah I definitely wouldn’t put down $3500 on a Guitar, at least non at my skill level. I have a bones Epiphone Les Paul Special 2.

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I don’t always expect in my lifetime to go to a level of John Petrucci of Dream Theater simply just to at least play one of his solos at adequately would be more than plenty for me.


Teenage Fansub


  • #14
I’m surprised information technology isn’t way more than $3500.


MagnusGman


  • #fifteen
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Lari


  • #16
I don’t fifty-fifty play guitar and I want one.


Jovo


  • #17
That is a pretty ugly guitar


Dreamwriter


  • #18
I don’t fifty-fifty have $3500 and want ane.


lvl 99 Pixel


  • #19
forget the guitar, that fine art is prissy.


wtd2009


  • #20
I’m going to piggyback on this to ask something: where should one brainstorm learning the guitar? And what are good resources for self-didactics (paid or costless, doesn’t matter)?

I’thousand itching for a new hobby and I have a beautiful electric guitar I’ve bought a couple years ago on a whim that’southward judging me from the wall hang.

Honestly the best way is to expect around for a local instructor. You’ll accept more accountability and information technology’southward merely fun to be able to really play with someone.


Ostinatto


  • #21
why the trunk is ninety% black, what a waste matter, they should came up with something way better.


inner-G


  • #22

Depending on if information technology’southward made in the Us or China (I think Squire Strats may be the Chinese ones?) that’south prob not that bad for a premium ane

I wish it had fret markers (could have used crystals?) but this is prob more than of a display slice anyhow


mute


  • #23
This is like the guitar equivalent of a Uniqlo licensed t shirt


Solaire of Astora


  • #24
Looks pretty absurd. Wonder if information technology plays well though.

Information technology’s a fabricated in Japan stratocaster, and then information technology’ll be a good guitar. Just a bit higher than fender Japan’s usual price range.

That’s actually nothing for a guitar. Sure, you can become good guitars inexpensive present, but you can also spend way more than that. I have half-dozen electrical guitars. Three of them were just below that price when you factor in when they were bought and aggrandizement. The other 3 were considerably more than expensive.


Teenage Fansub


  • #25
why the body is xc% black, what a waste, they should came upwardly with something manner improve.

Its probably to non distract from the “crystal” torso pieces.

I like the idea of the niggling magic accents rather than a total gaudy splash of Amano art or whatever.


Ostinatto


  • #26
I’m going to piggyback on this to ask something: where should one begin learning the guitar? And what are expert resources for self-teaching (paid or complimentary, doesn’t thing)?

I’m itching for a new hobby and I have a beautiful electric guitar I’ve bought a couple years ago on a whim that’due south judging me from the wall hang.

Pay for personal guitar lesson with your local guitar teacher , just demand 20 minutes of practise everyday day the first month or ii.

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Ostinatto


  • #27
Its probably to non distract from the “crystal” trunk pieces.

the Game of throne fender custom guitars were 1000 times better looking imo

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Teenage Fansub


  • #28
the Game of throne fender custom guitars were 1000 times better looking imo

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Lol I wanna see the person playing a Jaguar that looks like a medieval lute.


JediMPG


  • #29
As someone who has a few guitars and wants one of these so much… $3500 is not a price I feel I tin swallow, even if you can argue it’s more on the cheap side of things.

Those picks thou are cute and I want them


fontguy


  • #thirty
The placement, shape, and size of the accents feel both generic and arbitrary. I capeesh licensed stuff showing restraint, just I feel like this could’ve been and so much more.


Channel 5 News


  • #31

That’s only half the price of a new GPU tho.


Kwigo


  • #32
I’k going to piggyback on this to ask something: where should 1 begin learning the guitar? And what are good resources for self-teaching (paid or free, doesn’t thing)?

I’m itching for a new hobby and I have a beautiful electric guitar I’ve bought a couple years ago on a whim that’s judging me from the wall hang.

Justin Guitar is
actually
proficient, there’s some bits of music theory and stuff like that sprinkled in the main guitar course every bit well. Just you need to actually exercise by yourself and there’south no one to really tell yous if yous’re doing mistakes or not.
The primary guitar course is completely gratis, I wouldn’t recommend using the paid app because information technology merely covers the first three parts of the lessons (which is really stupid).

I’d besides invest in Guitar Pro and/or an ultimate-guitar membership for tabs.

Y’all also might wanna bring your guitar to a store to check if the neck is well calibrated. The strings might have corroded a fleck since yous’ve bought them.


LossAversion


  • #33
Damn that’due south awesome. Wish I had the money for 1, lol. Maybe I’ll get the picks someday.


FairFight




Rybosome


  • #36
Honestly the best way is to look around for a local instructor. Y’all’ll have more accountability and it’s but fun to be able to actually play with someone.

Virtual lessons work nifty as well! I’m learning to exist a country shredder from a teacher in the Britain.


Stinky Badger Games


  • #37
There’due south also a wall mounted version for auction in game from the Gold Saucer.


KeRaSh

KeRaSh

I left my center on Atropos


  • #38

Honestly, looking at the toll of some of their collector’s figures, getting an actual guitar for that coin seems like a steal…
I just casually browsed their pre-prder section this calendar week and saw an already sold out Y’Shtola doll/figure selling for more than a yard…
That being said, I don’t actually know much about guitars and how they are usually priced. Looking up STratocasters they seem to starting time under a grand and go well across 5-6k so it seems kind of okay for a licensed express edition collaboration?


turbobrick


  • #39
It’s a made in Japan stratocaster, so it’ll be a good guitar. Only a bit higher than fender Japan’s usual price range.

That’south really zilch for a guitar. Certain, yous can become good guitars inexpensive present, merely you tin as well spend way more that. I have six electric guitars. Three of them were just below that price when you factor in when they were bought and inflation. The other iii were considerably more expensive.

$3500 does seem like a lot. That’south entering U.s. custom shop money, and every bit far every bit I know, Japanese fenders are all assembly line and they don’t have a custom store.



Roshin


  • #41
I like the picks, but the guitar does nil for me.


Zero-ELEC


  • #42
Yeah they announced this a while back. Fifty-fifty available to play in performance mode and as a furnishing particular. It’southward Neat™


Moss


  • #43
For a gaming related “collectable” information technology’s surprisingly tasteful. My beginning electric guitar was a Fender Stratocaster, volition e’er love them.


LifeInTheFactory


  • #44
Slightly cheesy, but looks absurd at the same time. But what the heck are “Limit Break” electronics?

EDIT: Okay, I’ve read it on their website. Neat gimmick, I guess.


PumpkinPieAddict


  • #45
I’m going to piggyback on this to ask something: where should one begin learning the guitar? And what are good resources for self-educational activity (paid or free, doesn’t matter)?

I’g itching for a new hobby and I have a beautiful electric guitar I’ve bought a couple years agone on a whim that’s judging me from the wall hang.

Justinguitar definately. He recently revamped his beginners course. Been learning from him since 2009.

Depending on your condolement level afterward y’all get the hang of a few “cowboy chords” Google a song y’all really want to play or a tab. Fair alarm many tabs on ultimate guitar are trash even the highly rated ones only they can get the chore done.

I’ve been on/off playing guitar since 2009. I’g still terrible but it’s about enjoying what yous’re doing. Maybe even pick up an acoustic guitar and switch betwixt electrical and acoustic depending on the song.

As for the guitar itself, lol. It looks kinda basic for the cost. Simply those picks look ill.


Rikalaus


  • #46
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The case and artwork /certificate folder are squeamish merely the actual guitar does nothing for me , the in game guitar sounds are atrocious also to go with it, sounds like a bad 80’s keyboard electric guitar setting


Speely


  • #47
Holy shit 3500$.

I wonder how much of that is the brand and how much goes into the actual instrument.

I have a 1000€ United states Strat and it’s fantastic, I wouldn’t pay more than triple for it though.

Your strat is hands every bit adept as this guitar if not better. This is a branding grab. Happens a lot with limited edition instruments. Y’all are paying for the exclusivity, not the quality.


Helix

Helix

Mayor of Clown Town


  • #48
OMG Sunday Constellation Stone inspired Guitar Picks.

that’s fucking cool.

EDIT: the picks are 40 bucks a pop lol


Dust


  • #49
The picks are sick but not feeling that guitar. I recall the bluish part should accept been more than nuanced.


Zephy


  • #l
Your strat is easily as adept as this guitar if not better. This is a branding grab. Happens a lot with express edition instruments. Yous are paying for the exclusivity, not the quality.

This is exactly what I was thinking, yeah. Though I take no experience with this kind of deals, I e’er await that most of the money goes into the proper name/prototype and not much into the actual product.

I’grand going to piggyback on this to inquire something: where should one begin learning the guitar? And what are good resources for self-education (paid or free, doesn’t matter)?

I’m itching for a new hobby and I take a beautiful electric guitar I’ve bought a couple years ago on a whim that’southward judging me from the wall hang.

In add-on to other more interactive methods, I remember Paul Davids on YouTube has some very good content. He has a knack for communicating cognition, and the production value of his videos is fantastic.


Id Buy The Final Fantasy 14 Fender Stratocaster If It Wasnt So Expensive

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