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  • Star MG50-BK Kids Acoustic Toy Guitar 23-Inch, Black
  • Star MG50-BK Kids Acoustic Toy Guitar 23-Inch, Black
  • Star MG50-BK Kids Acoustic Toy Guitar 23-Inch, Black
  • Star MG50-BK Kids Acoustic Toy Guitar 23-Inch, Black
  • Star MG50-BK Kids Acoustic Toy Guitar 23-Inch, Black
  • Star MG50-BK Kids Acoustic Toy Guitar 23-Inch, Black

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Star MG50-BK Kids Acoustic Toy Guitar 23-Inch, Black

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Star MG50-BK Kids Acoustic Toy Guitar 23-Inch, Black

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Product Description Product Description
  • 23 Inches Acoustic Toy Guitar Set
  • Ideal for Toddlers and Children!
  • Features 15 Frets
  • Set Includes: E extra String and guitar Pick
  • This is a 23 inches Toy Guitar preferably to pretend to play.
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piece of junkIt takes a lot for me to call something a piece of junk, but this little guitar, sadly, has earned that label. It is VERY tiny. Much smaller than most toy guitars that you see in the stores. It came completely beat up. The finish was scratched up like it had been sitting in the bottom of a toy box for the last year. There was saw dust and flakes of paint floating around in the box which I believe probably caused all the scratches. The paint job is mediocre at best. The frets are not metal, but rather they are wood with gold paint. Where the gold paint of the frets meet the black paint of the neck, there is bubbling and chipping paint. I can t say much for the sound. It is a typical tinny toy guitar sound, and there are no pegs to attach a guitar strap. The whole thing felt like something that you would find shoved up, on a back shelf, in the dollar store. The only possitive I have on this little guitar is that it was shipped promptly and arrived on time. I returned the item, and would not recommend it.1Can be made playable, but requires knowledge and effortMy wife and I bought this for our 2 year old son as a gift based on the video review where the guitar is shown as being playable. I was also able to get our guitar to hold pitch and "play" but only because I am familiar with the basics of guitar setup and simple woodworking.I followed the advice given in the video review to use hard tension nylon strings and find that while they hold pitch, the 3rd string is too loose compared to the others to make a good sound. Perhaps this will improve as the strings stretch, but experimenting with other strings may be worthwhile.My procedure:1. Remove all strings, tailpiece, nut and bridge.2. File the headstock to create a level place to mount the nut. The gap between 1st fret and nut was particularly large and uneven on the guitar we received so I also had to trim the fingerboard with a utility knife to make a clean, straight edge at the top of the fingerboard.3. Reattach nut. (I used wood glue)4. Drill new hole to center tailpiece on body. Reattach tailpiece using the same screw.5. Place bridge (I lightly glued it without too much concern for intonation; securing it was more important for a two year old in my mind).6. Restring guitar, loosening and then tightening Phillips head screws on the tuning machines each time while adjusting pitch. It simply won't hold pitch without them cranked down but won't turn without them loose.I ended up with a guitar that looks a little better and sounds a lot better than what I had to start. There are certainly many things "wrong" with it (uneven frets, bad string spacing, lousy intonation) but as a means to get our son involved in "playing" a guitar of his own (instead of one of mine...) we're pretty happy with it.4-do NOT waist your time or money on this.......I'm trying to do you a favor by letting you know the 100% truth.I AM AN EXPERIENCE GUITAR PLAYER --- THE TRUTH ABOUT THIS GUITAR-do NOT buy this guitar if you are even a little serious about playing or learning guitar.-I only would give this to a very little kid to just throw around and pretend they are playing........even then you can spend a little more and get something more "decent"-do NOT waist your money.-Even if you have the experience to do a setup on this guitar youself, its a waist of time and energy.its junk........please don't waist your time and money...I'm just trying to tell you the 100% truth.-WHAT ABOUT THE POSITIVE VIDEO REVIEW ON THE MAIN PAGE????-He put some work into it and made it a little better......I"m sorry but its still worse than a junk guitar.the heads do not hold.......yes I've tightened, messed with them...ect...it NEEDS new heads........thats another $30.......which you could have just bought a MUCH better guitar now if you spend that money on heads.the fretboard is one of the worst I have seen....and some with the bridge.it really fails on the bridge.......and VERY unreliable system.this adds up to everything you DON'T want in a guitar...this one has it.-You're better off buying a $40 lanikai ukulele.....quality is farrr better than this.EXPERIENCE: Worked at a guitar store ----played guitar for 10 Years - ----- Owned 15 guitars1Definitely a toy, but good if that s your expectationI needed a cheap guitar to decorate for my daughter s halloween costume (Miguel from the movie Coco). In the picture it looks like it could actually be a playable guitar, and the description says it comes with extra strings, and pick, and a quick start guide to explain tuning (which is true, but I think has lead to false expectations for some people). The other reviews sounded very angry about how the product was not at all how they expected, and I guess I can see why, if they were expecting a guitar useful for guitar lessons or something.All I wanted was something cheap that resembled a guitar, and so this was perfect for me. It clearly says it is a toy in the title, and when you receive it that is pretty obvious. It is cheaply made, and untuneable. You can turn the tuners and attempt to get it in tune, but it s really not going to happen for multiple reasons. But again, it s a toy. Not really meant to play real music. For a kid thats just going to bang on it and drop it down the stairs repeatedly, it s great.If you are looking for and expecting a real guitar that can be tuned and played, you need to invest more than $20. Go to a real music shop and let someone help you pick one out.If all you need is a toy, prop, or crafting project guitar, this is a good deal.3Great little kids guitar Id recommend it and buy againLook I m rating this as a kids guitar and as far as the money for value I think it s good my 7 year old granddaughter loves it as it s small enough for her to walk all over the house playing it I got her some soft picks and I keep it tuned pretty good and I m teaching her the basics on it I ve tried to on my guitar and even though it s quite small it s still way to big for her to use so this is perfect 3It's good for us!Well, for $20, I thought this was a good deal. It has real steel strings and comes with an oversized pick (for small fingers) and an extra replacement string. This extra string was used the first day, as a string broke when I tightened the tuning knob. I advise against tightening the knobs more than a touch!Other than that, the finish is good-looking and I know my 2 year-old nephew will love it because it looks just like mine which he wants to play all the time (but is too expensive to let him play, tho)!! Of course, after playing with his own guitar, he wanted to switch and play mine again. I told him that's why I bought him a guitar. He seemed happy with it and carried the guitar around with him all evening and even brought the pick with him to the dinner table.A major problem, as others have mentioned, is that the knobs to tighten the string won't stay in place (they're not tightly set in the hole) when you try to tune it. Don't tighten too much! I think there's a sticker on there that warns against trying to tighten the knobs much, so follow those instructions! Of course, it makes the chords printed on the back of the box odd because you couldn't really play chords on this toy anyway. I might actually use it for my own playing, tho, because it lists the chords in different keys. However, it suits our purposes and he gets to strum on something no matter what notes it's playing; he can even beat it up if he likes or pound it without me tearing my hair out. So, we're both happy!It's really pretty, too, in my opinion. And, I got the color and style noted in the ad, versus what some other sellers are sending out: "color varies." Nah, I'm too picky for that. I read all the reviews and compared similar products and sellers and got exactly what I expected.3Cheaply made but a great toy/ beginner guitar for a toddler.Purchased this for my daughter last Christmas and she loves it. She was 2 at the time and had begged for a guitar. She wasn't ready for something high quality but specifically wanted a blue guitar. The color is great and the size is ideal for a younger child. Strings are poor so we replaced. Lasted about a year before the heads stripped but she was ready for an upgrade by then.5Would have given it 1 star except I only paid $6.00!So rating this was hard to give an accurate star-rating. It came in the original packaging (like the light, cardboard package the guitar was in) and nothing more! I was shocked that the thing wasn't damaged in shipping considering there was NO protection for it at all. The company literally slapped the shipping label over the original box. Very weird!The neck is made of that cheap, compressed sawdust (sorry don't know the technical term...) The tuning keys are loose and there is no way to realistically tighten them into the neck so as to tune the strings. The neck paint job had minor cracks in it. The nut had completely come unglued and was hanging literally by the strings (this was easily reglued). However, the strings are actually real (as in, not plastic.) Overall, THIS IS MOST DEFINITELY A TOY!! And a cheap, borderline damaged one at that.I would have given this a single star except for the fact that I only pain $6 for it. It's worth that, but not a cent more. It was purchased as a toy for my toddler who is in absolute love with it. So it was worth the money, but as I say, I would have immediately wanted a refund if I had even paid $10. Guess I got lucky??3Good enough toy for a 20 month old....My 20 month old son loves guitars. We bought a super cute Hape ukulele for him that he loved strumming and singing out loud, but we found out it had loose screw that would not stay in, so we had to return it. Gave this 6-strings toy guitar a try, thinking for a 20 month old he just enjoys "playing" with it, we were not expecting him to learn to play guitar on this. So that's our expectations.The instrument arrived in a flimsier box (than the Hape), and the finish is far from the shiny, glossy paint job on the Hape. But hey, he is only 20 months old and he enjoys the sounds he makes when he hits the strings. It takes a lot of beating, being dragged around the house, brought to an outdoor concert so he could play watching the band playing live, being sit on, tripped over on.....two months out, the strings hold, and he plays with it every single day. The instrument is poorly constructed as a "musical instrument", a couple reviewers actually did some impressive work to make theirs good enough to play music. I did nothing but tuning it the best I could (it does not hold the tunes very well), it sounds decent enough, just can't really play chords with the frets so oddly spaced. Overall it serves as a toy for our little boy to make his own music, that is good enough. When he gets older we will look into another Hape or Hohner for a change.4Super cute toy guitar at a very reasonable priceI bought this guitar for my daughter's upcoming second birthday. We have not given it to her yet but I have no doubt she will be thrilled as she's been asking for a pink guitar for months.When I first found this guitar it was listed for almost $30. I checked the listing a few times a day and eventually the price dropped dramatically. I got it for $17 including shipping and I think that was a fair price. It arrived within the time frame amazon said it would also.The guitar itself is tiny (23") but for a two year old it's perfect. It is VERY pink, but in this case that's a good thing. It arrived safely in it's box free of any damage. The strings are all there and work alright. It is not in tune, though you could attempt to tune it, but that's not terribly important to me. It's just a toy until she's older.My only complaint is the smell. I had read other reviews before purchasing so I was aware this might be a problem, but when it arrived it stunk to high heaven of spray paint. I just took it out of the box to air it out and that seems to have helped. Just be forewarned, this toy needs to off-gas.If your toddler is already shredding like she's in a metal band, this is not the guitar for you. But for a cute toy this one is pretty adorable.4
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