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Power Tour Electric Guitar was 69.99 now 19.99 @ thetoyshop.com
Power Tour Electric Guitar was 69.99 now 19.99 @ thetoyshop.com

Power Tour Electric Guitar was 69.99 now 19.99 @ thetoyshop.com

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Description

You have never rocked this hard, this easy!

Strap on this amazing electronic 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! With the Power Tour Guitar you'll learn to play six different rock classics, including Wild Thing and Smoke on the Water.

Connect your Power Tour Guitar to your MP3 player (not included) and strum along to your favourite tunes, or rock out solo and compose your own monster anthem! Plug in the Power Tour Guitar Amp 332163_TS to pump up the volume even more! Attach as many amps as you like to your Power Tour Guitar! Build a wall of amps and you can create your ultimate gig experience!

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
Product #: 297820
Features
The Power Tour Guitar comes with strap, cable and DVD instructions
Easy to learn - just follow the lights
Learn to play 6 classic rock tracks!
Connect the Power Tour Guitar to your MP3 player (not included) to play along to any song!
Styled to look like the famous Gibson SG electric guitar
Choose the tone that suits your playing style!
No pick needed - Cool strum sensor!
Built-in speaker and dual-function knobs to add effects!

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7 Comments

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Bought this earlier in the year when it was in their Sale for £9.99!

Its really good my Son and his Cousin love it and its really easy to play some great tunes.

The Toy Shop seem to change the price of it all the time - it was only £14.99 a couple of weeks ago. Might be worth waiting a few weeks to see if they reduce it again - this is the highest they have sold it all year.

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KazzyD;3245713

Bought this earlier in the year when it was in their Sale for £9.99!Its … Bought this earlier in the year when it was in their Sale for £9.99!Its really good my Son and his Cousin love it and its really easy to play some great tunes. The Toy Shop seem to change the price of it all the time - it was only £14.99 a couple of weeks ago. Might be worth waiting a few weeks to see if they reduce it again - this is the highest they have sold it all year.




good tip.

My 9 year old son is addicted to guitar hero and wanted an electric guitar for christmas,is it similar to gh3 or is it a bit more realistic.
It looks ideal because it appears to be more educational.
Looks a good deal to me!

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Went to my local 'The Range' store on Friday and they are £19.99 each but wait for it..........you get the really cool looking amplifier FREE! WOW! This was at the Kidderminster store...go check it out!

Got this thinking it was a great bargain! Although haven't used it as it's a xmas pressie, it doesn't look worth it. If I paid the 69.99 I would have sent it back. Also got the amp for 9.99.
Went to my local instore in Colwyn Bay today, the guitar was there for 19.99 and the amp for 7.00, well dissapointed! Although this discription says 10+, can't see any age on the box as it seems to look for younger kids.
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