Lauren 1/2 Size Nylon String Acoustic Guitar

Lauren 1/2 Size Nylon String Acoustic Guitar
From Lauren

List Price: $59.00
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Product Description

These 1/2 size acoustic guitars provide the young student an easy-to-hold instrument.

Product Details

  • Amazon Sales Rank: #3622 in Musical Instruments
  • Color: brown
  • Brand: Lauren
  • Model: LA30N
  • Dimensions: 10.00" h x 4.00" w x 31.00" l, 6.00 pounds


  • Nylon String Student Guitar

Customer Reviews

Perfect Guitar for toddlers!5 My son just turned 4 and he loves this guitar! My husband has many guitars and has been playing for years and he thinks this is a good one too. Seems like good quality, nice nylon strings that work just like real ones, and the perfect size for my son. Nice platforn to start from5 I bought this for my six year old daughter, knowing that it was probably a decent guitar body with cheap hardware ( and knowing a little about tweaking guitars helped too ) i got this this for cheap. the reviews are pretty much right on, it has trouble staying in tune and for the last few weeks has been lying in the corner, silent. It sounded really muted and cruddy, like it had tissues stuffed inside of it. Well, I knew eventually i would get around to seeing what can be done for very little money to make this thing sound better. First thing i did was to swap out the tuners with the lowest cost gotoh I could get online, (pretty decent tuner for seventeen bucks) and got rid of the loose floppy apperatus that was supposed to be doing the job of holding the strings in tune. I did have to drill out the pegholes to enlarge them a fraction of an inch, for the new tuners to fit, spacing was the same but the new pegs were a tad fatter. just a little, used a hand drill and a 3/8 bit. I also swapped out the el cheapo factory strings with some already broken in d'addario's from my yamaha classical. While i had it torn down, remedied the high action with a saddle sanding and a little filing on the zero fret. Yep, it has a zero fret, not a prob. After getting the action where i thought best i tuned it up and i must say it sounds like a completlely different instrument that it did before. Buy it and use the net to learn how to set it up right. Sounds pretty awesome now. Not bad but hard to keep in tune4 I thought that this would be a good guitar for someone I know who has small hands. It isn't bad in general, but we have had one problem with it. It refuses to stay in tune long enough to play more than one song. And the tuning pins seems to slip a little. It must be tuned so frequently that this has become rather frustrating. Perhaps it just needs more time for the strings to settle in, but my other guitars are not this difficult to keep in tune. If you can deal with the tuning problem, I guess it would be a good beginner's guitar. For what I paid for it, I guess you can't complain. I suppose you could say that it's good for a beginner to have to do frequent tuning and that way he learns very quickly the notes of each open string! Just be aware that if you would be frustrated by frequent tuning, this one may not be for you.