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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 7, 2012
I own an 1967 gibson SG, 1952 Gibson L7c, Fender Strat's etc.

I love to setup guitars and get the best action possible. My mother just bought the Retro Fire (new) for just $ 139.00 with included amp etc. The Amp is worthless, so are the accessories. However, properly setup, the Peavey Retro Fire is a very playable guitar. You can achieve good action on the neck, the adjustments on the bridge are very good. It sounds great! I would have no problem playing this guitar in a local rock band.

Well worth the money and more...Vic
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on November 3, 2014
This is my first guitar i got as a gift and it is perfect for a beginner; cheap, comfortable, easy to tune, and playable. 5/5 for a beginner.

That said, once I improved and was able to hear different sounds i noticed the guitar is cheap quality and it's probably time for a new one. If you're looking for a guitar to play gigs with, then this probably isn't for you. There's nothing wrong with it, only you get what you pay for.

3.5 stars rounded up since it's a 5 for beginners. Enjoy and rock on!
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on March 2, 2012
Two stars for this cheaply made, poorly strung, small guitar with the cool orange finish. It is definitely a guitar made for the beginning student. In particular, the neck to body bolt is poorly made and sound suffers as a result. You could do better with a Squier or a Starcaster. This is a nice guitar to display because of its nice vintage vibe and unique orange color. You do get what you pay for. Keep your expectations low, and you won't be disappointed.

Inserted below are some other comparably priced deals that are much more bang for the buck:
Squier by Fender BulletStrat w/Trem, Brown Sunburst

Jay Turser 300 Series Jt-300m-db Electric Guitar, Daphne Blue

Fender Starcaster Strat Electric Guitar Starter Pack, Black
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