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sorry can't help myself these are good deals especially if your christmas shopping NOW like me
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You have never rocked this hard, this easy!

Strap on this amazing electric guitar that teaches you how to play with authentic electric guitar sound! Its easy - simply follow the lights and you will be pounding out power chords, shredding leads, and rocking right out of the box! Learn to play six different rock classics, including Wild Thing and Smoke on the Water.

Connect the guitar to your MP3 player (not included) and strum along to your favorite tunes, or rock out solo and compose your own monster anthem!

Styled to look like the Gibson SG electric guitar, this portable instrument also features a built-in speaker and dual-function knobs that let you add cool effects to your sound! Choose the tone that suits your playing style, including metal, punk, rock and indie! The special strum sensor means there are no strings and no pick needed to play!

With authentic sound, tons of effects, and lessons built right in, the POWER TOUR Electric Guitar puts you on the high-tech highway to musical superstardom! The ultimate gift!

Age: 10 years +
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#1
It's a great toy, even at the age of 39. But it's actually quite a bit more expensive than it was in January (£16.45 incl.)
#2
better than £69.99 though still a good price!!
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grrrrrrrrrrrrrreat some appreciation thanks!
#5
i bOught one of these in tk maxx for £7.50
#6
is it "real" in the sense that you would form the chords with your fingers using the same fret positions as you would on a real guitar
ie after a while on this ... could you apply what you've learnt and use it on a real guitar ....ie is it a good learning toy ....even for adults ?

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