The Bottom Line
- Color of the guitar will appeal to younger girls
- Easy for little hands to hold
- Includes everything needed to get started playing right away
- Small price tag
- Strictly a beginner instrument
- bright "bubble gum" pink acoustic guitar
- comes with a starter pack including an electric (pink) guitar tuner, a guitar strap, and guitar picks
- guitar features an agathis body, mahogany neck, and rosewood fingerboard
Guide Review - Debutante by Daisy Rock Junior Miss Acoustic Pack
The Junior Miss ships as part of a starter pack that includes a guitar tuner, a strap, and several guitar picks... everything a young girl will need to get started playing (other than lessons, of course). The guitar itself is "short-scale", meaning it's smaller than most acoustic guitars, making it easier for smaller people to play and hold. The neck of the guitar is quite slim - even tiny hands should be able to play chords on the Junior Miss with a little practice.
To be clear, the Junior Miss is strictly a beginner instrument - this wouldn't be a choice for anyone looking to upgrade their current guitar. But, as a beginner instrument, this guitar is impressive. The Junior Miss is attractive, solidly constructed, and easy to play. And, at a street price of only $99 for the entire package, it's a small investment for parents worried their child might not show much interest in playing guitar.