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Daisy Rock Debutante Junior Miss Acoustic Guitar Starter Pack Pink Bubble Gum

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Daisy Rock Debutante Junior Miss Acoustic Bubble Gum Pink Guitar Starter Pack
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Price: $99.00

  • “Slim & Narrow” Neck Design – easy to play with smaller hands
  • Lighter weight
  • Short scale guitar, perfect for younger players
  • Everything you need to start playing in one box set
  • Picks, strap, and tuner included

Product DescriptionA good choice for girls who play just to learn how comes the Debutante Junior Miss Acoustic Pack everything you need to play, including a bubble gum pink acoustic guitar, pick, strap and tuner. All Debutante guitars have a thin, thin neck design and is constructed of lightweight material, and the Junior Miss pattern is best for ages 10 and older. The slim neck profile makes for easy playing for players with smaller hands, and that means less weight, that would not pervasive in the small building with one. Another great feature is the outline of the planning body, which is very comfortable and is wholly in your body. The guitar also features a mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, solid Agathis Body, 23-1/4-inch scale the storage points and 18 frets. The small-scale acoustic Junior Miss is suitable for younger players. Click to enlarge. Includes guitar, pick, strap and tuner. Click to enlarge. Begin immediately Strumming Acoustic package comes with everything you need. The guitar is nervous and ready to go. Tune in to the included receiver, strap with the strap, grab one of the options listed, and make music. Ideal for younger players, the debutante Junior Miss Acoustic is a stunning end to a lively bubble gum pink. Debutante by Daisy Rock is a unique series of guitars made exclusively for girls beginner guitarists. Debutante guitars offer many of the same great features as Daisy Rocks: slim profile neck, light weight and large, impressive design, but because Debutante guitars are designed for beginners, is now at a much lower cost! Construction: Set-Neck Body: Agathis Neck: Mahogany Fingerboard: Rosewood Fret: 18 Medium Scale: 23 1 / 4 inches Inlay: Dots Tuners: Chrome Finish: Pink Bubble Gum, Cotton Candy Blue, Purple Popsicle What the Framework Debutante Junior Miss Acoustic guitar (bubble gum pink), select, guitar strap, electronic tuner
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5 Responses

001: C. Blanchard,

February 21st, 2010 at 9:50 pm

These guitars are junk and a complete waste of resources . . . they may even discourage potential guitarists from playing because they are so difficult to play. If you are a budding young guitarist, spend the extra $150-$200 to get a decent playable guitar, you will be saving money in the long run. My wife bought this guitar for me(the black one) a few years back, i have always been somewhat musically inclined, so when I actually purchased a decent guitar and felt the immediate difference, i was P.O.’ed that she even wasted the $40 or so that she spent on this one, through no fault of her own. Some specific gripes i have are very important ones: the fretboard is garbage and the neck flexes quite a bit which is far from a good thing. Some would say, “What do you expect for a $45 guitar?” to which I’d reply, Why waste the labor and materials and fuel and productivity for an utterly inferior product? You shouldn’t, so do the right thing and drop another $35 and at least get the $79(sale-$99)acoustic guitar offered here on amazon or as i previously stated “invest” in a decent guitar for $200-$300, even if you don’t continue playing you can at least resell that one and make most of your money back.

002: Susan S.,

February 21st, 2010 at 10:48 pm

Absolutely super full-size guitar – I bought it for my niece who expressed an interest in learning how to play. As she is a teenager, I didn’t want to make a substantial investment in something she may loose interest in (did I mention she’s a teenager?). For the price, it’s quite well made and good looking; the included CD was a real bonus. Well, she was over the moon when she opened it, and rumor has it, she’s been using the CD to learn the basics. If she sticks with it, she (or someone else) can buy the $400 guitar down the line. For the money, it made her very happy, and if her interest doesn’t last beyond the summer, it was worth the small investment and for that, I am happy, too.

003: O. Betancourt,

February 21st, 2010 at 11:54 pm

I ordered this guitar as a present for my dad. It arrived in 3 days, perfectly packaged. It is an amazing guitar for the price, nice looking and good sound.

004: No9,

February 21st, 2010 at 11:55 pm

I purchased this guitar for my 12 year old daughter for Christmas, It’s very nice. I couldn’t ask for more for the price and the sounds is nice. As far as tune and strings- I don’t know that much about them to review them. Overall I am very happy with this guitar and think it’s a great starter guitar for anyone looking to dabble into strings.

005: Michelle Saacks,

February 22nd, 2010 at 2:54 am

I’ve been using and recommending Valencia guitars for about five years now. They are amazing guitars for a beginner or as a second guitar you don’t mind getting bumped a bit. I’m a professional musician and teacher and as such I’ve had a chance to see quite a few of these guitars as many of my students have purchased them and I have not come across a dud yet. They hold tuning well, are easy to play and have a lovely sound – I have played many more expensive guitars that do not sound as good as these Valencias. I’ve played 1/2 size, 3/4 size and full size and all are eminently playable. I am particularly fussy about sound and tuning and these guitars measure up and then some. Highly recommended.

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