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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
A great first 6 string guitar to learn the basics. All wood construction. Nylon strings. Comes with tuning instructions.
Kids love music. This 6 string guitar is great to learn the basics. It features a wooden bridge, metal ail piece, ivory-like tuning pegs and nylon strings. Also includes extra string, pick and detailed tuning instructions. It measures 24.50” tall.
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We found the answer to loose strings! After months of strings loosening after the first strum, strings coming off, bridge falling off and general disappointment, my husband found... Read morePublished 1 month ago by T.L.
total piece of crap. it's shameful that anyone would sell this. DO NOT BUY.Published 3 months ago by Adrian Martin
My three yr old is learning guitar,great starter, and she has dropped it a few times and not a problem,so pretty well made.Published 6 months ago by Perry
I got this to make a mosaic guitar for my boyfriend to put on his wall. It is perfect for what I need, but if someone purchases this to actually play, it wouldn't work. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Victoria Cespedes
One of the keys was broken and wouldnt tighten up. Bought for grandson for Christmas and too late to return. He will play with it but we would never purchase againPublished 8 months ago by Gail A Young
Small, a joke. Wish I had my money back. Gave it to the child next door.Published 12 months ago by James Edge
I wasn't expecting much because of the price, but ...
This non-playable guitar is the size of a ukulele. Read more