Monday, February 10, 2014

#ChordBuddy Jr. Kids Guitar

My husband grew up in a musically inclined family, I'm not! They love to sing songs and play musical instruments. Some of his nephews and nieces are actually in a band. On the other hand, my seven year old daughter is eager to learn how to play the piano and wanting to be a guitar player as well.
So we bought her an inexpensive little guitar to play with but it didn't last for awhile. The strings were broken and needs to be in tune. Oh my, what a piece of junk! I'm glad I found the best kid guitar in the world, introducing the ChordBuddy Jr. Have you ever seen or heard of this guitar before? The ChordBuddy Jr is the only guitar in the world a 4-8 year old can play instantly! Chordbuddy Jr is a REAL guitar in miniature - this is NOT a toy, it's a real guitar with all the quality and features of a full size acoustic guitar.
My daughter had a blast learning! She enjoyed watching the DVD tutorial and after doing a few practices, she was able to play some songs. The DVD allows her to work on strumming, rhythm and timing skills, build finger strength and dexterity as well as ear training without worrying about how to make chords. I can tell how she loved her new ChordBuddy guitar. ChordBuddy is not only for kids but they also offer both acoustic and electric dreadnought-sized guitars suitable for any beginning guitarist.

Included in the ChordBuddy Jr. ($169 MSRP) is a miniature dreadnaught guitar from the Perry’s Guitar line that comes with a DVD, songbook and digital tuner. This guitar makes a great gift for kids and is a great value for the money. I would highly recommend the ChordBuddy Jr to everyone!

What makes Chord Buddy the best?
• It gets you playing from day one
• It makes learning to play the guitar fun and easy
• It allows you to progress faster, without seeming like work or learning at all
• It's a proven, effective, all-in-one system, suitable for all ages

For more details or would like to order, you should visit chordbuddy.com today! You might want to like them on Facebook or follow them on Twitter for updates and promotions. So what are you waiting for?

Disclosure: Product(s) mentioned above were provided for FREE by ChordBuddy for product endorsement/review purposes. I am disclosing this post in accordance with the FTC guidelines concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

24 comments :

Joy said...

my youngest son is musically inclined too, we had just bought him a new guitar last year before his recital for he was using his elder brother's old guitar to practice on hehe

Mel Cole said...

Wow! Nalingaw ko sa video hehe London bridge falling down falling down... :) Nice kay apil 4 year old. Try pud ko para ni G :)

nova hedges said...

That is very cool way to teach your kid to play a musical instrument, on their young age they learn way too fast and sooner the only thing she'll do is to master all the chords and she'll eventually be a pro!

Shey W. said...

yay i like that guitar. pagka angayan ni akesh with guitar, mura mao na jd ni tig grant sa imung ambisyon bayot. she knows how to play piano and guitar now.

Verns said...

Hello Demz..nalingaw kaayo ko ni Akesh.. she's so big girl na jud kaayo! Wait till she'll do acoustic concert on her bed... hahaha.. lovely! Dropping by dear.

betchai said...

oh, your little girl is so adorable, and i love her facial expression while playing the guitar, she looks like she was really into it

Pinx said...

I've actually looked into this before as I want to buy a guitar and now that you've shared this, I will see if I can get a Yes.. hehehe! I am pretty sure Akesha will have lots of fun learning to play the guitar!

jo-anne said...

I like your daughter's all pink getup! Even the toenails! Cute!

Playing musical instrument is a great hobby to start.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Woot, this is so cool! will definitely check this out sis. Matagal na winiwish ni Ms. B kay Santa to bring her guitar kaso ala pa budget si Santa eh lol. I love that it comes with a DVD that you can watch.

Juliana said...

Nurture her interest in learning to play different instruments. Not too many girls her age are even interested to do so. I was into music as early as aged 5 and went to music school to learn to read musical notes. I had fun :-)

Chubskulit Rose said...

I like that it is very affordable unlike the ones that we looked at here in our area.

Cherry said...

your girl looks like a true-blooded musician. she's so adorable!

Marms said...

Awww! You daughter is so cute and pretty! I have been searching for little guitar for my little girl too. This is great!

Eileen said...

As parents, we should always be keen to note our kids' interests and talents and hone them so that they would learn a new skill - something that they really like. Your daughter is so pretty! Who knows you have a diva in the making there. :)

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

I love your daughter's cowgirl outfit!! She looks really adorable!

kulasa said...

your daughter looks so lovely holding that guitar! gee, I once enrolled in a guitar class....sadly what I learned didn't sink deep into my brain and my hands never really got to play melodiously....what you shared here just might be the answer to my wish to one day be able to truly play the guitar :)

Myfurryplace Furry said...

I think its not surprising that your little girl are inclined to learn to play guitar . It seems it runs to the family.
I love her boots!

Rcel said...

Yay! Pretty soon, Akesh will be a country singer! A pretty country singer at that! Weee! She looks so beautiful a young lady! :) How wonderful Dhemz that she gets to have access first-hand to a music teacher via the Daddy! I can't wait for her to meet Triz, too! Soon!

Jessica Cassidy said...

Awww! What a pretty little girl of yours Mommy D :-) American Idol here she comes :-) She looks so cute playing the guitar :-)

Mona said...

pretty naman ni akesh, ganda ng get up my future musician kana sis Dhemz :)

April McGregor said...

The guitar looks beautiful and the size is so perfect for her!

che said...

This is nice. Last time I asked my son what musical instrument does he want to learn and he said guitar. Guess will have to look for one here.

Marie Clara said...

Such a pretty girl and talented too. I wish I am musically talented like her.

kidsolo said...

these are great I bought one at www.buychordbuddy.com