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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: QuiverFull Mama,

February 23rd, 2010 at 9:33 am

I ordered this to give as a gift. Prime shipping was fast and great as usual, but the box was a single layer of cardboard and the item arrived damaged. So I asked for an exchange. That came overnight (yay Prime!), but sadly the 2 guitar was cracked. They really need to use some kind of padding with this item.

We returned both of the broken ones. Overall the quality of the guitar was very poor along with the damage in shipping. I don’t recommend this at all.

002: Buddy,

February 23rd, 2010 at 9:57 am

After reading the first review, I bought this for a 7 year old. It was so cheaply made that I was embarassed to give it even to a child. If I don’t give it to a neighbor, I likely will throw it away. I couldn’t even tune it to where it sounded tolerable. I went out the next day and purchased another guitar to give as a gift. If you want to learn to play guitar, the instrument must have a minimal level of quality. Purchase this if sound and quality are unimportant and you’Emedia Eg07091 Essential Guitar Packre only looking for piece of painted wood with 6 adjustable strings.

003: G. Robert Arnold,

February 23rd, 2010 at 11:37 am

Received this guitar right after Christmas, it was so poorly packed that when I opened the box, the top cover of the guitar was completely detached. There was no protection in the packaging what so ever.

Upon further investigation, I also noticed that it was all nylon strings. Basically it a kiddy guitar to be bought to mess around on, not to actually learn or play. I would avoid purchasing at all costs. There are much better First time or learner guitars out there. I know Targets First Act series are way better than this option.

004: Ryan Gelinas,

February 23rd, 2010 at 12:38 pm

I had wanted to learn to play the guitar after many failed attempts over the years. This came up as a gold box deal, so I thought what the heck and ordered it, as I had seen many positive reviews of the eMedia software. I received the package and it was *very* light. I opened it up and laughed as it looked like a kids toy. I decided that I better not waste my money and returned this kit and to go ahead and invest in a decent starter instrument (I bought a Seagull Coastline S6 Burst GT Guitar). I may go ahead and buy the standalone eMedia Guitar Method disc, but for now, I’m doing fine with the free lessons […]

005: Dave,

February 23rd, 2010 at 1:59 pm

I got this for my son for Christmas. I didn’t want to spend too much, as you never know what kids will stick with. I play and didn’t want him banging on my Taylor. When he opened in on Christmas it was a favorite. I play, so I tried out the guitar and it played fine and stayed in tune. I read through some of the other reviews and wonder if people aren’t being overly critical considering this is a beginner guitar under $100. Granted, it isn’t a great guitar but fine for someone starting out. Most of us start out on something basic and move one once we get the passion.

The software is what makes this pack stand out. We have been going through it together and I am quite impressed with the quality of the lessons. My parent put me in 6 years of private lessons at $30 an hour. The software included is a great start at guitar.

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