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30" Junior String Guitar BNIB £15.00

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month agoFeedback:95 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I bought this for my 2 yr old son for xmas, I must of been having a mad moment as its way to big for him.
Its 30"
6 strings,
Ideal for a learning guitar
Says suitable for 8+
Shipping/Payment:
Postage to be added, Will weigh it
PPG or BT please
Location:
South Wales
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month agoFeedback:95 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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Hi. Very interested depending on postage cost. Could you confirm how much that would be? Happy with the cheapest method available as I'm not in a super hurry for it. myHermes may be cheapest? Thanks.
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TUSSFC
Hi. Very interested depending on postage cost. Could you confirm how much that would be? Happy with the cheapest method available as I'm not in a super hurry for it. myHermes may be cheapest? Thanks.

I can get my scales to estimate the costs, I have found my bathroom scales have been wrong though a couple of times, brb Will edit once I have checked x

Cheapest will be standard parcels at £4.41, Or 1st class is £5.20, 1st rec is £5.94 x

Edited By: beth3735 on Oct 20, 2010 09:26: Prices
#4
Ooh will also check myhermes a second too

£4.10 with My hermes, but means me waiting in all day for a courier, which I couldnt do till Next week due to no school runs next week. I am happy to wait in though if you happy to wait till next week x

Edited By: beth3735 on Oct 20, 2010 09:28: x
#5
Hi. Sorry, think I'll leave it. I thought this would be the same size as a 3/4 size guitar which is what my 8 year old needs. Just checked and they are 36" so this would prob be a bit too small for him (or he'd quickly outgrow it). Thanks anyway - shame as it's a cool guitar :-)
#6
TUSSFC
Hi. Sorry, think I'll leave it. I thought this would be the same size as a 3/4 size guitar which is what my 8 year old needs. Just checked and they are 36" so this would prob be a bit too small for him (or he'd quickly outgrow it). Thanks anyway - shame as it's a cool guitar :-)

No worries, thank you for letting me know though :) x
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Will ask the wife re: getting it for our 7 year old daughter.

Collect+ should be £4.50 provided it isn't too large, that would be my ideal postal method (saves waiting in etc)

http://www.collectplus.co.uk/

Torn between something like this, a 3/4 length one, or a "toy" like the Hannah Montannah guitar and amp
#9
Johnboy_1975
Will ask the wife re: getting it for our 7 year old daughter.Collect+ should be £4.50 provided it isn't too large, that would be my ideal postal method (saves waiting in etc)http://www.collectplus.co.uk/Torn between something like this, a 3/4 length one, or a "toy" like the Hannah Montannah guitar and amp

No Worries, let me know, I will use Collect plus, but just to let you know the shop I will drop it off in is in a dodgy part of town, unless I can find a better one. Maybe im just untrusting :)
Anyways, if your wife is interested just give me a shout x
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beth3735
Johnboy_1975
Will ask the wife re: getting it for our 7 year old daughter.Collect+ should be £4.50 provided it isn't too large, that would be my ideal postal method (saves waiting in etc)http://www.collectplus.co.uk/Torn between something like this, a 3/4 length one, or a "toy" like the Hannah Montannah guitar and amp


No Worries, let me know, I will use Collect plus, but just to let you know the shop I will drop it off in is in a dodgy part of town, unless I can find a better one. Maybe im just untrusting :)
Anyways, if your wife is interested just give me a shout x


I wouldn't worry about the parcel, it's your hubcaps I'd be concerned about ;)

BTW assume it will be packed securely - never shipped a guitar but would imagine it's quite fragile
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Johnboy_1975
beth3735
Johnboy_1975
Will ask the wife re: getting it for our 7 year old daughter.Collect+ should be £4.50 provided it isn't too large, that would be my ideal postal method (saves waiting in etc)http://www.collectplus.co.uk/Torn between something like this, a 3/4 length one, or a "toy" like the Hannah Montannah guitar and amp
No Worries, let me know, I will use Collect plus, but just to let you know the shop I will drop it off in is in a dodgy part of town, unless I can find a better one. Maybe im just untrusting :)Anyways, if your wife is interested just give me a shout x
I wouldn't worry about the parcel, it's your hubcaps I'd be concerned about ;)BTW assume it will be packed securely - never shipped a guitar but would imagine it's quite fragile

Haha true, luckily i dont visit there often! Its in the box with padding, I will buy more wrap to go around it though x
#12
Sorry - the wife says no. Going to go with the HM electric one
#13
No worries, :)
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will you do it for £15 delivered?
#16
Cheapest i can do is £18 sorry xx
#17
beth3735
Cheapest i can do is £18 sorry xx

will leave it then thanks

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