Written on: 16/01/2011
This guitar is good value if you want to get good fairly quickly. The strings are well spaced and durable as hell (I've had the guitar 9 years and I still use the original ones), the action is decent enough and the tone switch allows for plenty of variation.
On the downside, the shape is not especially inspiring but at least as it's cheap you can modify it without feeling guilty.
This is probably the best budget guitar I have come across. So buy it! NOW!… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/05/2009
The Encore Starter Pack is great as first instrument but trust me, you won't play it once your proficiency reached a decent level. I've gotten it at dirt cheap price and play for about a year before i moved on to Ibanez and Godin. Thank god i didnt play it during live shows… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/03/2009 by 0121cole (1 review written)
i think the E6 guitar package is excellent value for money and it is designed for a beginner/ learner who is learning the basics of the electric guitar… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2008 by hasjsj (1 review written)
My general comment is that if it is the right one for you then start playing it… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/04/2005 by The Guitar Man (4 reviews written)
I think Encore Starter Pack is a great guitar for a beginner. It's very cheap and light weight, but it lets you down on whenever you start to play faster and faster. If you don't mind this then it's perfect for you… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/01/2005 by etnies (1 review written)
Encore Starter Pack - The package is amazing value, for what you get, A Strat copy guitar with plenty of colour options. A 10 watt practise amp with reverb and realy good channel distortion. Spare strings, just in case, a tuner because it's one thing you realy need. And a sheet of of chords to get you started… Read Full Review