Little Tikes Pop Tunes Big Rocker Guitar (Blue)
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- Kids just strum a note to play a song and its simple and easy to use
- Helps develop music appreciation
- Play existing songs or freestyle
- Songs include: Message In A Bottle by the Police, Crazy Little Thing Called Love by Queen
- Also others are Wild Thing by The Troggs, Love Shack by the B-52s, Allstar by Smashmouth
- Requires 3 AA alkaline batteries (included)
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I'm sure it's for safety reasons, but my only negative is that there isn't a shoulder strap or anything. Instead of holding it like an actual guitar they put it down somewhere flat & push the buttons. Basically, they play it like a steel guitar.
I would still buy this guitar as it is really cute & provides lots of fun!
UPDATE: I actually am updating my review b/c this isn't played with very often. It is very cute, durable & plays cool songs, but there really isn't anything more to it. Basically, there are a couple buttons to press that only play a certain set of songs & a lever @ the bottum that when you pull on it lights flash w/ sound, but that is pretty much it. They get stars for it being cute & durable, but the fun factor due to not offering much is getting a lower rating. This item is rarely touched. However, I don't like ranking toys low b/c some kids might love this & I'd be sad it they didn't get it from my review. I see there are several positive reviews so it is just what your children prefer. I just wanted to be honest that after having it a couple weeks it sits in the toy bin not being played with.
2) My 2 YO and 4 YO both think it's a blast. My camera is loaded with video of them jamming out on the coffee table.
3) It's inexpensive and sturdy. I'm a big fan of toys that don't cost much but get tons of play out of them.
I spent a lot of time considering acoustic guitars and came to two conclusions - they're expensive and won't hold a tune. Although they LOOK like little instruments the strings are so flimsy you're never going to get any decent music out of them. This makes them relatively useless and the kids tire of them quickly. This one is clearly a toy - it isn't a stepping stone to teaching your kids music theory. But it's FUN.
When shopping for this, I also noticed a smaller one designed more for the "toddlers" with less features, but honestly, I just thought it would be good to go ahead and get this one so the appeal would last longer, hopefully. I know the age says for like 3 and up or something, but really younger kids can have fun with it, too!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very cute and the small kids really enjoy playing with this guitar.Published 19 months ago by mary anderson
Purchased this back in 2011 and its still going strong. Both my sons love to play with it. Drives me batty but as long as they're happy!Published 21 months ago by Faith N
We bought this for my son's first birthday and it has been a hit ever since. He turns three next month and still plays with it regularly. Read morePublished on April 29, 2013 by EMT-Pete
I bought this for my 22 month old son and he loves it. It is just the right size for him and it plays awesome cool dude tunes! Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by Lisa
Our 3 year old grandson was thrilled with this guitar for his birthday. He couldn't put it down...just wanted to play and put on a show for all who would watch!Published on December 10, 2012 by happy grandmother
Although my son loved this guitar, I was VERY disappointed with the so called speed shipping. I paid $11 thinking it'd be come quicker, but didn't come for another 5 days. Read morePublished on February 4, 2012 by Amanda
I got this for my 4 yr old for Christmas. He wanted an electric guitar over everything else. When I opened this one I was disappointed in it's size. Read morePublished on January 5, 2012 by Tammy Thomas
My 2 year old enjoys it, but it doesn't hold his attention as long as some of his other toys, and it plays the same songs over and over.Published on January 5, 2012 by Fran
With all the toys I've bought for my son that he's played with a few times and either lost the parts or lost interest I wanted to recommend toys that he's loved for YEARS. Read morePublished on December 9, 2011 by agorthy