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Sort of :lol:

Well a NGD post on behalf of a very excited 9yr old girl anyway.

I'm really quite impressed with it, I enjoy playing it myself but my daughter has already has given me the "No Dad, those are your guitars" lecture. I've also lost my little H&K practice amp, but you know, parenting sacrifices.
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Nice. It's not an Epiphone by chance?
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Cool. The SG shape is great for a beginner - light and easy access to the upper frets. Good choice 👌

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JoeBlow wrote: Sat Jul 01, 2023 4:45 pm Cool. The SG shape is great for a beginner - light and easy access to the upper frets. Good choice 👌


It doesn't show up in the photo, but it's a short scale kids/travel guitar, perfect for her kids hands
MikeC wrote: Sat Jul 01, 2023 4:34 pm Nice. It's not an Epiphone by chance?
I think so, not 100%
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