Entry Level Instruments
Here at Nevada Music we pride ourselves on the collections of specially sourced instruments from the top manufactures. We are always mindful though that many of our customers, particularly musical novices, are reluctant or unable to pay the comparatively higher price for the very best products; which is why we also stock an excellent range of cheap instruments.
Ideal Instruments for Beginners
As you might expect, cheaper instruments don't quite match the same quality levels as their more illustrious finely-tuned counterparts; however they do provide an excellent entry level instrument for those just starting out. Whether you're looking for an electric guitar, drums, keyboard or any other instrument, our inexpensive instruments will provide you with a great tool to learn the basics.
Getting started with any instrument is a bit of a lottery; initial enthusiasm can often wane as the realism of hours of practice and slow gradual progress sets in, particularly for children. Therefore splashing the cash on a top-quality instrument, which may or may not see continuous use in the foreseeable future, is a little dicey at best. This is why cheap instruments are the ideal starting point, giving the budding musician a decent foundation, before either upgrading the instrument or buying a new one when slightly more conversant.
Balancing Cost & Quality
Whilst quality levels may be comparatively low in cheaper products, they are by no means poor. Cheap instruments tend to use lower grade materials, feature a more generic design and perhaps don't have the same audible resonance, however build quality and the fundamental blueprint across all ranges remains very good. Therefore, even when buying a reasonably priced instrument, you will still be getting something fully capable of outputting a decent sound and built to last long into the future, perfectly balancing the differential between cost and quality.
We offer a great range of cheap guitars, keyboards, basses, drums and dj equipment across the store. To help you better understand the nuances of each instrument and the comparative quality levels, we have dedicated buyer's guides for all of the cheaper product ranges currently available.
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9 Aug '12