Because T-style guitars are popular and come in a few variations - semi-hollow, solid body, two single-coil pick ups, one humbucker and one single-coil, or two humbuckers - they also typically come with a variety of prices for different configurations and brands.
Whether a guitar player is a beginner or more advanced, I have no doubt they will find great value for the price in Glarry's T-style guitars. The one I am partial to and own is the GTL Semi-hollow electric guitar from Glarry.
The guitar has an "f" sound hole (the semi-hollow part), and a humbucker pick up in the neck position along with a single-coil pick up at the bridge, 3-way toggle switch and a tone and volume knob. The neck is closer to a 12" radius (this is bigger than the 9.5" neck radius of a traditional Fender Telecaster), but a little larger neck radius provides easier soloing.
Between the guitar itself and whatever amplifier you plug it into you can dial in some really smooth bassy tones with the humbucker pickup or crank the distortion and get a thick rock sound. You can also get the sweet single-coil pick up sound that jangles and twangs from the bridge pickup...again, making this guitar's sound versatile for any musical application. Plus, the price is less than Fender's student/beginner series of Squire Telecaster guitars, making the Glarry a great choice for the money.
Below is my unboxing video of the GTL Semi-hollow electric guitar from Glarry.