I don't know if a flying V is the body shape that you desire as per a previous post from @Little Laguna05
There are things that would come in helpful when selecting a guitar.
1. What type of pickup configuration would you like?
2. I would stay away from Floyd Rose tremolo. Not for beginners!
3. As far as wood for the body, I would suggest Alder over Poplar because it is more sustainable.
4. Is there a certain body style that you like?
The guitar you selected had a body made out of Basswood. That material is in abundance but as far as tone it is flat.
I found a Jackson for you which I trust only because of the brand name. The body is made with Poplar which is a little softer than Alder but sounds nice. I just don't know the longevity of the instrument. For a price of $300, it is not my go-to guitar of choice. Jackson
This guitar is a go-to for me at an incredible price. The body is made of Sycamore a harder wood than Alder. The name of the guitar is relatively new, Sawtooth. Don't let that steer you wrong. I purchased this 12-string just for playing at home and was blown away by the incredible way it was set up.
I assumed I might have to set intonation or make adjustments to the neck but it arrived perfect. I was impressed.
So the guitar I found for you is: Sawtooth
Problems with the selections that I am making for you are this. It is not a pack set-up with cables, picks, straps, mini-amp, etc. Those items will need to be purchased separately. You can grab all of those items for an extra 150.00. This guitar does not come with a tremolo bar either.
This last guitar in my little price hunt, I would purchase myself. Mahogany body and back, with a maple neck. Sawtooth Electric
Of course, my last selection is a little more costly. 450 bones for a pretty nice guitar with double humbucker pickups and a standard tremolo system. Perfect guitar for any guitarist and something a beginner could hold on to for years.
Last but not least, let me give you one more site you can use to help narrow down your search. https://findmyguitar.com
You may set a price range and pay attention to the woods used. I hope that helps.