Thursday, April 3, 2014

ChordBuddy Jr. Guitar to Review


The top part of the guitar. Unfortunately, I could not snipped the whole guitar. :(

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LOL! The other part...

This guitar is sold for $169.95 at Chord buddy's website. Product information below:

"Introducing the ChordBuddy Jr - The only guitar in the world a 4-8 year old can play instantly! Chordbuddy Jr is a REAL guitar in miniature - this is NOT a toy, it's a real guitar with all the quality and features of a full size acoustic guitar. Within minutes of taking ChordBuddy Jr out of the box kids will be playing real songs. ChordBuddy Jr has been teacher tested and won the parent tested seal of approval. Included in the ChordBuddy Jr package is: a half size acoustic guitar (30 inch), ChordBuddy Jr device, guitar tuner, songbook and instructional DVD. *Please note that unlike the full size ChordBuddy, ChordBuddy Jr's tabs are not removable. The device itself can be removed from the guitar but it is made as a single molded piece. "

Anyway, I got one for my 6 years old daughter and she really likes it. One thing that I had proven true was that; it is easy to play. My daughter never had a real guitar, it was her very first time to play in a real guitar and the first day that she played was of course, was not that good but the next day, we noticed a big improvement. :)

I did not pay the said amount. I got this for product review. 


23 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

My nine year old has been begging to learn the guitar, so I think something like this would be perfect for him!

Guavalicious said...

My kiddos NEED this! My husband plays the guitar and has been wanting to teach them.

Casa Vilora Interiors said...

My son is interested in learning to play the guitar. I will have him practice with the guys in the worship band at church before I invest in a guitar

mail4rosey said...

This looks awesome. Thank you for the heads up that the tabs aren't removable. That's doable, but still very important to know.

becca said...

what a cute guitar my son started with one something like this now he is into electric guitars.

Scott said...

Look like a good teaching tool! Never could get my daughters interested in the guitar..

Liz Mays said...

What a great and easy way to introduce playing to kids! It keeps them interested when they see improvement!

Erica Buteau said...

This is really cute! It would be perfect for my eight year old!

Ashley B. said...

My son would get a kick out of this. He wants to learn how to play the guitar and drums.

valmg said...

It's great she's enjoying it. I think kids should be encouraged to explore music.

Pam said...

I wish I had one of these when my kids were younger. They tried to learn on a full sized guitar and got frustrated quickly.

Jennifer Williams said...

I have seen this before and told a friend about it. She tried it with her son and they are thrilled. What a great idea.

Annie said...

I think this would be great to start teaching kids how to play an instrument. Awesome product!

Natasha Mairs said...

my nine year old would love this. he wants to learn to play the guitar. at the moment he is learning to play the flute

Nanny Flowers said...

This sounds like a good deal. I like the fact it's made smaller for little hands. I can't imagine a 6 year old being able to pick up and hold onto a full sized guitar comfortably.

Marni Mutrux said...

I'm definitely getting my little guy a guitar when he's old enough. Will check this one out in a few years.

Amanda & Jenni said...

What a great review! This looks to be a great product!

Marielle Altenor said...

I've always wanted to play the guitar! Maybe one day I will. Glad your daughter liked it!

Lawna Noe said...

The size would be ideal for my little boys hands. My dad plays the guitar, so I am sure my son would like to practice with grandpa.

Mina Slater said...

Aww this is so cute! We got kiddo a guitar and keyboard when he was old enough. He loved them both!

Katherine Phillips said...

This is so cute. I would love to see an update of her progress after she has had it a little longer.

Le-an Lai Lacaba said...

I would have loved having this as a kid. Maybe I'd remember more chords if I did.

Aisha Kristine Chong said...

Those seems really nice for the kids to use - handy too!