At Musicstreet we have a great selection of electric guitars
from some of the worlds finest guitar manufacturers and can offer you a part exchange on your used guitar for something new from our stock.
We always have various pre-owned Acoustic and Electric guitars so if it's a bargain you're after then check back here often for our second hand guitar section
All of our guitars at MusicStreet UK are hand selected by our team and come to you fully checked, with a full setup to your exacting requirements and ready for you to play straight from the packaging. We are not "box shifters" and pride ourselves on making sure that each and every customer is happy with their new purchase and have no unexpected surprise when your new guitar arrives.
If you are looking for your first beginners guitar or for that special "once in a lifetime purchase", here at MusicStreet we will listen to you and try to meet all of your exacting requirements ensuring a pleasurable experience from start to receiving your new guitar. For the newcomer to the exciting world of guitars and music, we can offer you advice from our in store team who together have a wealth of experience either in the music industry, music retail or as social players and we will be glad to offer advice - don't be afraid to ask!
Over the years we have tried many shipping companies and have found that our partners at DPD for UK deliveries are the best for making sure your new pride and joy arrives with you in good time (standard delivery is next working day) and more importantly in one piece! we use UPS for international transactions as we ship worldwide at competitive rates.
With our great choice of over 100 electric guitars and the ability to source most brands, we are confident you will not be disappointed.
Visit MusicStreet for your next electric guitar purchase.
A few frequently asked questions:
Are electric guitars easier to play than acoustic guitars?
>As electric guitars generally have slimmer necks, smaller bodies, and lighter string gauges than acoustic guitars, most players find them easier to play.
Do you need an amp with an electric guitar?
>ideally Yes, electric guitars require an amplifier to make a good sound, you can use headphone amps or interfaces with amp emulation on computers / ipads these days
What accessories might I need for guitar?
>Some popular electric guitar accessories include picks, straps, capos, and tuners. gig bags and guitar stands are useful too.
What are the best electric guitar brands
>Some of the most popular electric guitar brands include Fender, Gibson, Yamaha, PRS, Epiphone, and Gretsch. there are lesser known brands like Duesenberg, Patrick James Eggle , Rock 'n roll relics and Musicman make some fabulous guitars
Is it easy to learn electric guitar?
> With enough practice we believe that almost anybody can learn to play the electric guitar
If you're looking for a uk guitar shop, check out musicstreet, we're friendly and knowledgeable