Best Choice Products Beginners 38'' Acoustic Guitar with Case, Strap, Digital E-Tuner, and Pick, (Black)
|MSRP : $74.95|
Sale : $39.99
|Sold & shipped by Sky Billiards Best Choice Prod|
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Some of our items are handcrafted and/or hand finished. Color can vary and slight imperfections are normal for metal as the hand finishing process as we feel, adds character and authenticity to those items. The New Beginners Acoustic Guitar with a Guitar Case, a Shoulder Strap, a Tuner and a Black Pick is a lovely instrument that you'll be proud to own.
New Beginners Acoustic Guitar With Guitar Case, Strap, Tuner and Pick Black:
- Full wood construction
- Shoulder Strap
- Extra set of strings
- Great gloss finish
- Easy to use tuner
- Sturdy carrying case
- 38 inches in length
- Steel strings
- 38" acoustic guitar is perfect for children and beginners
- Handcrafted and/or hand finished items may vary in color.
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Do NOT listen to the comments below!
I was so skeptical to buy this guitar due to the negative comments below. Let me just say that I am VERY pleased with everything about this guitar. Note that this is not a guitar for a professional. This type of guitar is meant for beginners to see if they even like playing! Therefore, the price that you pay is incredible for just that reason. The guitar string to stay out of tune after about 30 mins of playing. But, it's nothing to learn how to tune the guitar back how you want it! There are a few minor (UNNOTICEABLE) paint jobs issues. But again, you're not paying 200-700$ for this guitar. You're paying less than 40$! It really is a steal of a deal for the price you pay. If you're one of the negative nancy's down below, then by all means, buy a better a guitar. But, for those who just wanting to get their feet wet, by this guitar! My son (age 8), my sister (age 14) and myself have all played on the guitar and no string have popped. So, my only advice is learn how to tune the guitar and you should be fine. Point is, don't let the negative comments below scare you away from this guitar! It's a perfect way to see if you even like doing this, before you spend hundreds of $$s.
Right now in my life, I am trying to start new things and one of them is teaching myself to play the guitar. Being a beginner, I am not trying to spend a lot of money on a guitar until I know that I will truly like it. When I find this guitar on Wal-Mart website, I was excited because the guitar looks great and the very low price was what I was looking for. Needless to say that I was highly disappointed in receiving this guitar. It is a very lite weight and cheaply made. When I opened the guitar box I immediately smelled fresh spray paint on the guitar and the paint deco was done very sloppy. Lastly, the guitar strings are very thin. The only reason I gave this guitar a two star rating is because customer service was very nice and gave me a complete refund the same day. Also, they told me to keep the guitar and donate it to charity.
I am new to the guitar, so I thought this would work.I actually bought this from Amazon. The guitar came with very old strings on the guitar. I had to pay $20 to have it re-strung with the spare strings it came with. The Tuner doesn't work. It actually came broken. The bag is just what it says it is a bag. Not a gig bag. It really doesn't offer much protection if you are carrying it to and from lessons. The guitar doesn't have a pick guard either. I guess you get what you pay for. Lesson learned.
This is a poorly-made guitar for anyone, beginning or otherwise. It does not stay in tune, pegs slipped frequently until the tuning mechanism broke. Not worth fixing. Wish I would have put money toward a well-made instrument!
Not so great, but easier to keep than to return
The guitar appears to have just been painted. It still smelled of the paint and there were drip marks and places where paint got on the fretboard/fingerboard where it shouldn't be -- basically a sloppy paint job. The worst thing is that the tuner is out of tune! The low E is really a D#. If you want to use this to tune the guitar, you will have to tune the high E and then go backwards to match the high E with the low E string. This is a beginner guitar so I don't know that a beginner would know how to do that. I bought it for a beginner so keeping it is easier than sending it back, but now I have to explain about the tuner or buy them one that works. The sound on the higher strings isn't all that great either. I say spend a little more and get something better if it is going to be a gift. If you don't have a lot of money and you want or need a guitar, it will do.