Encore EBP-KC3T Black Electric Guitar Outfit
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- Guitar with all the accessories you need to start playing
- Solidbody electric guitar with tremolo
- Includes 10-watt amplifier with headphone sockets for quiet practice
- Also included:guitar stand, cable, Strap, tutorial DVD, tuner, plectrum, gigbag, strings, teacher list and instruction leaflet
- Gloss Black finish
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With all the attention to detail, features, tone, top looks, playability, balance and dynamics associated with guitars for the performance player The Encore KC3T provides incredible value for money, with a guitar you’ll be proud to play and keep as a ‘first’ guitar - forever.
Solid Vintage Contoured Body
Pearloid Scratchplate 2 ply - (Thru Colours)Vintage Radius Maple Neck
650mm Scale Length
22 Fret Neck With Overhung Fingerboard
Classic Round Button Machineheads
Traditional Vibrato Bridge
3 x Single Coil Pick-ups
2 x Tone, 1 x Volume Control Layout
Top customer reviews
What amazed me was the amount of items that came out of the box, it just kept coming! This pack has everything you will need to get you going. The amp is perfectly suitable for a begginner so I would not worry about rushing off too soon to get a replacement. The guitar stand is excellent, the carry bag leaves a little to be desired but is still fine. The tuner is a little tricky at first but a bit of playing around will get you used to it. The DVD is fine to get you going for your first few practises, but you will probably want to get something else (lessons/book/other dvd) after not too long. I would recommend buying a new good quality cable as the one supplied receives quite a lot of interference which can be rather annoying. The strap is fine. It even comes with a plectrum and set of spare strings! Though I would recommend buying a range of plectrums and choose the one which suits you best as this will make learning to play must more comfortable.
In summary, if you are looking for a guitar set up for a begginner look no further, this has everything you need and more.
Why is it so cheap? It is made from cheaper woods, also the pick ups are made from pot metals or waste metals, so the sustain is not up to scratch. Coupled with the fact it was most likely assembled in a factory in Asia where wages are lower, now you understand why it's so cheap. Is it qood quality? Well I'm not about to say it's better than an American Special, or American Professional Stratocaster because that's a blatant lie. But it is good compared to other budget entry level guitars.
This Encore is just as good as any Squier, Falcon, Hohner, or even Yamaha Pacifica which I usually see fetch around the £170-£200 estimate. Want it cheap? Want it sturdy? Want it playable? Realistic about nut, bridge and pick up quality of a guitar in this price range? Then I'd say buy this guitar!
It incudes a very simple to use and accurate tuner witch is small so you can fit it in the good sized case witch inclueds a name tag and the pocket is massive so you can fit all your things inside. The case came in black! (looks even better though). Also the plectrum is stylish and thin, the stand doesn't have a neck support yet its a strong metal frame and has a rubber thing that stops the guitar from being scrached. The strap isn't leather apart from the ends and it doesn't have a shouder pad but its good guality and you can't complain about the price for it all. The amp may be small but its good quality and it has a teble, bass, volume and gain controls and a headphone input. The jack lead is a good size and one of the ends is at a right angle witch can be usful. I havent yet heard the CD but the other review say its good, so i'll leave that to you (if you by it). The back of the neck is maple and i'm only guessing that the top of the neck is mahogany yet its quite brown so i'm not sure.
I hope this has been usful.