Bestselling Kids' Guitars & Strings in 2020
Music Alley 6 String 30 inch Half Size Junior Guitar for Young Kids, Blue (MA-52)
- Small Lightweight Design for Easy Learning.
- Nylon Strung
- Quality Geared Machine Heads
- Includes Gig Bag
- Suitable for Ages 3-7 years
Lauren LA30N 30-Inch Student Guitar
- 30-Inch Steel String Acoustic Guitar that comes with Nylon strings (Three nylon, and three nylon w/ steel wrapping)
- Ideal Beginner's Instrument
- Built from Quality Woods
- Durable Metal Hardware
- Glossed Natural Finish
Smartxchoices Acoustic Guitar for Starter Beginner Music Lovers Kids Gift 38" 6-String Folk Beginners Acoustic Guitar With Gig bag, Strap, Tuner and Pick (Blue)
- Complete 38 inch folk acoustic guitar is made of an all wood construction, steel strings, and a glossy, smooth finish, will plays smoothly and sounds great.
- Guitar Dimensions: 38"(L) x 14"(W) x 3.25"(H) This guitar is scaled down a little bit so it would be easier for younger people like kids, teenager or girls to fully grasp it.
- Intended for right-handed users, the body features a 19 fret fingerboard and an easy to use tuner. It's also easy to tuned with a mobile APP.
- PACKAGE INCLUDES: Includes a case, guitar pick, pitch pipe, a shoulder strap, and an extra set of strings,No assembly required.
- Got a defective or broken guitar? Please contact us and we will help you replace it! If you want to get a guitar for practice, learning, messing around with, this guitar is perfect for you!
Happy Tune 6 String Acoustic Guitar Toy for Kids with Vibrant Sounds and Tunable Strings (Cherry Sunburst)
SUNYIN Acoustic Guitar Tool,Kit for Starter with Guitar Strings Winder Cutter Tuner Bridge Pins Picks & Pick Holder,Everything Set for Change the String-ordinary
ADM Beginner Classical Guitar 30 Inch Nylon Strings Bundle with Carrying Bag & Accessories, Natural Gloss
- 30 Inch Children guitar-Binding type: common style
- The smaller profile is very playable for kids
- Has nice tone, and can be yours for chump change
- 1 Year Warranty Against Manufacturer's Defects
- Accessories include everything to start your guitar lesson
PopLife Guitar Pop Up Card for All Occasions - Happy Birthday, Graduation, Congratulations, Anniversary, Retirement, Fathers Day - Musicians, Teacher, Student, Music Lovers - Folds Flat for Mailing
Trendy 30 Inch 1/2 Half Size Children Beginner Steel String Acoustic Guitar Package, Basswood, Nature
23" 6-String Acoustic Guitar - Kids Educational Toy - Assorted Colors
- Makes a great prop or beginner guitar
- Includes picks
- Guitar color will vary
- Recommended Ages 6+
- The strings will arrive loose, don't panic! This is so the strings do not break in transit. If the machine heads (the tuning knobs) aren't staying in place when you tune the strings, tighten the screw inside the knob, this will make it stay.
Higher Quality 3/4 Size 36" Long RIGHT HANDED Nylon String Guitar With Easy Playing Stay In Tune Strings Strap Picks & Case Great For Children 9 Thru Adult
- Higher Quality 3/4 Size 36" Long RIGHT HANDED Nylon String Guitar With Easy Playing Stay In Tune Strings Strap Picks & Case Great For Children 9 Thru Adult
- We also have this guitar in LEFT HANDED copy and paste this number in the SEARCH box above 852174004830 Have questions about playing right handed & left handed we are experts with 50 years experience. Send us a message or give us a quick call 804.358.0855
- Buy With Confidence 100% Customer Satisfaction has been our way of doing business since 1978.
- VERY IMPORTANT TO NOTE: This guitar HAS an adjustable reinforcement truss rod in the neck. This keeps the neck straight. Most guitars in this price range do not have a truss rod and the necks warp. Warped necks are not repairable.
First Act MX652 Acoustic Guitar Strings
- Long lasting professional quality strings
- Easy playing and great feeling
- Nickel plated steel wound hexagonal core for brilliant tone
- Popular light gauge (.009 - .042) for minimum string tension and easy string bending
- Includes reusable CD tin and celluloid guitar pick
1 Set Electric Guitar Wall Hanger Holder Stand Rack Hook Mount for All Size Guitars Universal String Instruments Wall Hanger
- For guitars and all other string instruments
- Convenient and easy to install
- Help to save so much extra space in your room
- The guitar showed on the picture is not included
- Material: ABS Plastic Size: App.130 * 93 * 75mm
YMC Classical Guitar 1/2 Size 34” Inch Nylon Strings Classical Acoustic Guitar Starter Pack With Carrying Case & Accessories for Beginner Students Children-Natural
Martin M540 Phosphor Bronze Light Guitar Strings Review
This is a review for the Martin M540 Phosphor bronze strings. You can buy them in almost every music store, online, or at the official Martin music company website. In this review we talk about the strings feel, sound, and average life span.
In this review I will share my thoughts about the Martin M540 light phosphor bronze strings. These are one of the most popular brands of strings, and I have seen them in almost every music store I have ever been in, so they aren't very hard to find. These strings are normally priced around $12.49, but if you are lucky you can get them as low as $3.83 when they go on sale. As mentioned earlier these are light strings, so the gauge for each string is as follows:
Now keep in mind that these are light strings, not custom light or extra light, so they may not be as soft or flexible as you like. Below I'll explain the sound quality, life span, and overall feel of the strings to hopefully give you an idea about what they are like.
The feel and sound of the strings
I'll start with the sound of these strings. They are bright, loud, and have very nice sustain; perfectly suited for Bluegrass or Country music. The top three strings have a lovely bass to them to really give that country twang sound. The bottom three strings are not bronze but steel strings and they too have a nice strong sound to them but not to the point where they are overpowering. The strings are a bit stiff and rough and will cut into your fingers because they are phosphor bronze, so slides and bends aren't the easiest things to perform when using these strings. I've used these strings for fingerpicking, and although they were playable it was also a bit painful. If you are new to playing and you don't have calluses you may want to switch to a lighter gauge of guitar strings. However, if you already have well developed calluses or you will be using a pick most of the time, you will find the M540 phosphor bronze guitar strings perfect for strumming because they really do have a beautiful sound.
Should you buy them?
You should buy these strings if you do a lot of strumming or play music on the line of Country or Pop music because of the way they sound. The higher you go up in a string gauge the stiffer the strings will be. I didn't find them to be very good for Blues, Spanish music or Jazz because I found the strings a bit too difficult to perform the bends and slides that I needed, and the vibrato just didn't have the same feel for me because the strings were too stiff. There was also quite a bit of string noise when I would slide my finger across the strings, but I won't say that any of the above is neither a good nor a bad thing because some musicians prefer that feel and sound for their strings.
When I tuned the strings they stayed in tune. I didn't have problems with them slipping out of place or breaking on me like some cheaper brand of guitar strings tend to do. However, they do break easily if you try to tune them up passed their specified point because they aren't flexible enough for that kind of thing. If you do a lot of odd tunings like I do I would recommend a lighter guitar string gauge.
So, if you focus on strumming patterns like a lot of Pop and Country artists do than these strings will be perfect for you because they ring out loud, clear and strong and you really get that country sound when you do hammer-ons and Pull-offs. As for string life, I would say about three months- four at the max and then they lose their sound and feel. I noticed that they began to unravel near the sound hole where my pick struck the strings and they began to sound dull and dead. The strings also became way too stiff to perform the simplest of bends and Barre chords and after the six month mark I noticed my strings began to corrode and darken in color; I strongly recommend that you don't keep them on for six months. The price is reasonable, so if you need loud strings with good sustain, go out and give these strings a try.
Have something to share? Comment below and tell us what you think of the strings, and how they have held up for you when you used them.