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30″ Inch Red Half Size Kids Electric Guitar with Built in Amp – & DirectlyCheap(TM) Translucent Blue Medium Guitar Pick


We’ve recreated the popular Guitar to a 3/4 scale Junior Jr fit for kids to rock out! Featuring a built in speaker (requires amp), the Viper Jr will allow kids to put on a show for their friends and family without the hassle of luggin around big ol’ speakers. At only 36″, this guitar will fit comfortably in the arms on your child and is a great way to introduce them to a real playing guitar!

Product Features

  • 1/2 Scale Electric Guitar, Solid Bass Wood Body
  • Maple Neck, Maple Fretboard, 9V Battery Included
  • Built In Speaker
  • Die Cast Tuners, Die Cast Tuners
  • Single Coil Pick Up, 1 Volume Control

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Stephen M Guckemus says:

Good price, sturdy design Bought for my soon to be 5 year old. Paid 60 bucks. Satisfactory shipping time. Opened on arrival to inspect. Feels solid. No finish blemishes on mine as mentioned in other posts. Neck appears straight, no buzzing frets. For 60$ I feel this is a very well made electric for a child to learn on without breaking the bank on something high end. Others have said the internal speaker isn’t loud enough. As parent of a small child I find that to be a major plus. Especially since it also has a jack so…


The Little Man Loves It! Purchased this guitar for my grandson because he likes to dance and play along to Bruce Springsteen YouTube videos. It is the best thing ever because he’s not tethered and can get his groove on! I’m hoping he can also actually learn the basics of playing the guitar because I think it will be perfect for that. It’s a cool little instrument – well-made with a smooth glossy finish.I would like it to be a bit louder but with power from only a 9-volt battery it does O.K. It has amp…

Deep Dungee Do Diddle Dak Dryton Dew Dimmy Da... says:

You get what you pay for The initial purchase transaction went well. Delivery was on time and as expected. The oversized shipping container arrived in good shape. The contents were also in good condition. The guitar was packaged well and appeared to be OK. Here is where the problems start. The battery connector was defective and would not connect to the battery. After straightening the battery connector with limited success I finally got the guitar to turn on. While tuning, I have been playing for several years, the Em…

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