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Paper Jamz Guitar

Submitted by on November 15, 2010 – 1:58 pmNo Comment

The Paper Jamz Guitar was a real revelation for us, the wonders of a guitar made of card that you never have to re-tune.

Buy online: Argos

£18.74 (normally £24.99)


Initial Thoughts: Upon opening the Paper Jamz Guitar I will admit I wondered how on earth this could actually work.  A guitar made of card, that you could play, jam with and enjoy.  The boys were keen to get their hands on it.

We liked: The Paper Jamz Guitar is a innovative musical instrument.  A playable guitar that is made from card, not only can you jam and play pre recorded tunes (3 different tunes are pre-recorded on each model of guitar), but you can learn your chords too.  You never need re tune and it is perfect for little people as it is lightweight and easy to play and enjoy, even if you can not hold a tune.

We Weren’t keen: It does play rather loud, but my boys wanted it even louder and for that we would have to purchase the optional amp.  Also I do feel that you need to buy the strap, which is an extra £5.99.  But the main downside is that you get 3 pre installed tunes on each different model and the boys want more songs, so you need to buy more guitars.

Overall: Fantastic for any child that is musical.  It is a lot less expensive that a real guitar and they can start to learn their cords on it.  For entertainment factor it can not be beat, we have listened to impromptu jams from the boys on the guitar and they want more!

Jen [The Mad House]

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