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Wood Instrument - Guitar 20

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Darice Wood Instrument - Guitar 20"
Kids will have a blast decorating and playing their own musical instruments! Let your little artist design their own rockin style for a piece they'll love to design and display.

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Measurements: Approx. 20"L x 7"W x 2"H
Country of Origin: China


  • Unpainted wooden guitar
  • Ages 3 and up


Wood Instrument - Guitar 20
3 reviews 3 out of 5

Review Breakdown

5 Star
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4 Star
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3 Star
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2 Star
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1 Star
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  • So very cute!!

    So cute, perfect size and it really works.

    Bamagirl1235, AL
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  • save your money

    This item is being returned. It is cheep the strings are make of wire and cut your fingers if you try to play.

    chico725, TN
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  • not as expected

    While its a cute little wooden guitar, one fret was completely MISSING, (not even in the package as though it fell out during shipping... and I thought it a bit odd that the manufacturer put steel strings on such a tiny guitar, instead of gut strings. Hurts little fingers, and is a danger if they child tightens the strings too tightly- zing! Slap! Broken string, sliced face or arm or torso. Dangerous IMO. The action is way too high to teach a child to play the guitar on as well. However, in spite of all the negative, it has a cute little sound, surprisingly, for a wooden instrument of this nature. Be aware that one should likely open-tune it to the lowest possible octave/chord, as the steel strings will tend to pull the top off the little guitar if tuned to a higher octave and left strung. Also, when tuning, expect the strings to slip out of tune several times as they stretch, and re-tune at least a dozen times over the course of a day or two. I would have given it another

    bumpkinpm, OR
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