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If you love to plug in and play, eBay is the place for you. Our huge stable of sellers boasts a collection of thousands of electric guitars featuring various models from iconic brands such as Gibson, Fender and Ibanez, making it easier for you to get your hands on the instrument of your dreams.

What you might not have known about double-neck guitars

The double-neck guitar is certainly an eye-catching version of one of the most popular instruments in the world. But what exactly is it for? The double-neck guitar is used when guitarists want access to two separate guitars and either can’t be bothered or are unable to switch. One part of a song might sound better on a six-string guitar, while another section could be best played on a 12-string instrument. A double-neck guitar can provide both in one package. The earliest signs of a double-neck guitar point back to the late 1600s, with a slight increase in appearance around the late 1800s and early 1900s. However, it wasn’t until the 1950s that double-neck guitars became a major part of the musical landscape. In 1958, Gibson introduced the EDS-1275 double-neck guitar and then altered it in 1962. The model’s popularity grew, especially after Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page used it on stage while playing Stairway to Heaven.

Introduce your children to playing by buying them a kid’s electric guitar

Teaching children how to play musical instruments comes with a variety of great benefits. You can spend time with them and share your love of your favourite music while also teaching them a skill. Playing music provides a creative outlet for youth while also teaching them the value of dedication. A children’s electric guitar is a great option for the little ones. eBay sellers have a range of options in different colours that can get kids excited about playing. Playing electric guitar is a great hobby for men and women and boys and girls of all ages. Get the instruments and guitar accessories you need on eBay today and get ready to jam.

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