Wowwee Paper Jamz Pro Guitar Series - Style 2
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- Freestyle go solo and play real chords and notes to create your own hit songs
- Rhythm, control a song's rhythm for performances that are always in the right key
- Perfect play just select a song and strum along
- Sound like a rock star - without years of practice
- Perform hammer-ons, pull-offs, palm mutes and slides
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Also, I've been playing guitar for ages and, after reading the many descriptions and reviews, I began to wonder how much real music could be made with one of these guitars...so I got one!
I still can't believe it!
You like music? Well, this is like music. In fact, it arguably *is* music. Most guitar players are familiar with the concept of "open tunings". In standard tuning, strumming the open strings of the guitar is not particularly harmonious because the notes don't form a chord. With open tunings, a guitar is tuned so that the open strings *do* form a chord, and that's how the Paper Jamz guitars are set up. Move your right hand over where the strings would be on a real guitar, with your left hand not touching the neck, and you get the sound of an E chord. If you place the index finger of your left hand across all the strings anywhere on the neck, you get a another chord, just a different pitch. Placing your index finger across all the strings just behind the first fret gives an F chord and so on 2-F#/Gb, 3-G, 4-G#/Ab, 5-A, and so on.
The standard rock song has three chords. In the key of G, they would be G, C, and D, and you get them by placing the index finger of your left hand across the "strings" at 3rd, 8-th, and 10-th frets, respectively. So, yes, you can make real music with the Paper Jamz guitar!
But wait! There's more! If you're a 3 year old, you can still make music with the thing.Read more ›
To get more "certified" songs that works with all the features of the guitar, the app redirects you to itunes to purchase the music. The app comes with a few stock ones.
There is also an option to sync different guitar sound. I think around 9 styles are available (acoustic, acoustic compressed, garage, robot revolution, country, 12 string electric, "all your phase are belong to us", and 2 more I forgot the names. I tried out a couple of them and the sound effect is pretty cool. But I wish you can just toggle the different sound effects on the guitar without using the windows app. Overall this Pro series is a great improvement. You can play single notes, slide, hammer, pull-off. yippee!
The GUITAR ITSELF is absolutely GREAT: the Pro Series ones can be used simply to goof around on, to playback a song & pretend to be strumming, or to even learn about how to play a real guitar! It's very durable & the only moving part is the on/off switch, so it holds up well to kids' wear-&-tear even though it's extremely lightweight - my nephew is only a toddler but he can lift & hold it almost as easily as a full-grown adult. My daughter can hold/carry it just like her hero Taylor Swift (I'm more of a Joan Jett fan myself but to each their own). Straps are cheap & attach to guitar easily. Sound quality is really good too. Takes 3 AAA batteries (or 4 AAs depending on model) & they last pretty long - battery cover opens/closes via a recessed screw so it's easy to open/secure the battery bay via a common-size screwdriver but is difficult to open otherwise which makes the battery aspect of this toy safe for kids as well as easy to keep the fun going by simply replacing the batteries instead of having to wait for it to charge like most modern devices (if you prefer rechargeable devices you can simply get rechargeable AAA batteries for this). Also safe for kids are the rounded-off corners (even on the pointy-looking guitar styles) & not-too-thick-not-too-thin-yet-somewhat-flexible black plastic which is what it's mostly made of. Just a really good idea that's well-made & sold at a low price. Lots of fun!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pros: looks like a guitar, can play some notes. Cons: as of now software to make it useful and fun is not available. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Consumer
Beware!!! You do not receive the guitar pictured. You get the blue one without the whammy bar. The guitars are great but I have the one I was sent. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Diane K. Easterday
There are no strings.
The website they provide you to add additional songs is completely defunct. Read more
Very fun guitar for a little kid to play. My son loves it - the only thing I would improve on is to make the sound more than one string. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
Huge hit with my grandson! I encourage the love of music and did I hit the nail on the head giving this to my grandson! He just loved it!Published 19 months ago by A. Huckeba