Labeled Verified, they’re about genuine experiences. So far the guitar was every thing I’d hoped for and the shipping was really fast. Our product catalog varies by country due to manufacturer restrictions. If you change the Ship-To country, some or all of the items in your cart may not ship to the new destination. Do you own the GTL or a different Glarry guitar? But the nut, saddle, bridge, and pickups?
If I had a higher grit I’d go higher, but 320 was a drastic enough improvement that I’m happy enough with it now. All that to say, I did not have high expectations. My one hope was maybe this is good enough to recommend to a beginner who doesn’t know if they want to play. But no, I cannot in good conscience recommend this for beginners who don’t have someone in their lives that can fix a guitar. And once you buy it, if you decide you don’t want to play guitar, you’re not going to be able to resell it easily because there is no active secondhand market for these.
Feels like I’m playing on a pro-level instrument. Plus, their customer service is mad chill. I picked up these low-cost instruments (I teach guitar, bass, ukulele & banjo) for beginners so the parents didn’t “”break the bank”” in prematurely purchasing a finer instrument… Range for Glarry Instruments is between $40 & $100 for any beginner quality instrument , but cost truly reflects the average quality with these. Ordered a guitar, and after reading negative reviews about their scamming habits, cancelled my order.
It’s nice when customer service can make a touchy situation work out well for the consumer. I received my electric guitar the other day, very fast delivery. Frets were flawless the neck pocket is super tight.beautiful paint job. It’s amazing for less than $100 you can get a playable guitar let alone a great guitar. I would price this guitar in or around the $500.00 range.
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Construction and build quality is usually where most affordable guitar manufacturers can cut costs. So quality control, final set-up, and design may be prone to flaws when you’re paying only $60 for a guitar. In the case of the Glarry GST3 is quite a mixed bag, some things are surprisingly well done while others clearly need work or upgraded parts. For this review, I’ll be taking a look at their most popular guitar, their GST3, which is an eye-catching alternative to traditional Squier Stratocasters for about half the price. Let’s dig into the playability, tonal options, build quality, and value of this stunning “Blue Sunset” guitar.