New Classic 64cm Guitar Toys
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- New Classic Toys wooden acoustic guitar 64cm long
- Classical toy guitar in natural wood colours is perfect for early little strummings
- Spare string, plectrum and shoulder strap included
- Made from lacquered plywood and beechwood with a classic style design and decorative detail around sound hole
- Suitable for children from 3-5 years; helps develop hand-eye coordination
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New Classic Toys wooden acoustic guitar 64cm long is suitable for children aged between three and five years old. A perfect introduction to tuneful musings on an acoustic guitar.
New Classic Toys has grown from a small local supplier into a top quality worldwide distributor of musical instruments and gifts. New Classic Toys has a strong belief in the most traditional of musical play values, that have been passed down from generation to generation, and would like these values to continue to thrive in the modern world. Hence, their instruments are bright, colourful and attractive - a pleasure to add to any toy collection - encouraging future generations of musicians! The New Classic Toys brand also stands for safety; all products meet the latest En71 European standards and have been selected because of their outstanding safe design and production.
1 x Guitar
1 x Spare String
1 x Plectrum
1 x Shoulder Strap
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Top Customer Reviews
After correcting all the above faults it can be restrung and tuned in a guitaresque fashion but with the lower three strings tuned an octave higher than normal, functionally it then becomes a guitarlele. Same size and reentrant style tuning as a ukulele but where full guitar chord shapes work and resonate well in the small body.
If you want to try it yourself bottom E string should be the thickest wound string, A should be the Third thickest wound string should be the thicker plain string, G should be the second thickest wound string, B should be the thinnest wound string and top E should be the thinnest plain string.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Doesn't sound too good... and if you tighten the strings then they loosen completely.Published 18 months ago by Shiggy
great litthe guitar, its well made and just what we wanted for our grandson who is 3.5 years.Published 20 months ago by Mr. James Pilgrim