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Home > Guitar > Acoustic Guitar > Travel Acoustic > Yamaha JR1 Mini Folk Guitar

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Item #: 510692
Mfg #: JR1

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Yamaha JR1 Mini Folk Guitar

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Product Overview

Here's a steel-string folk guitar for the kid!

  • Genuine spruce top
    Indonesian mahogany back and sides
    Reduced 21-3/4" scale for small hands
    Includes Yamaha gig bag
Product Details

Yamaha JR1 Mini Folk Guitar

A genuine spruce top, Indonesian mahogany back and sides, and reduced size make it a great-sounding, great-playing first guitar for small hands. Nato neck and Javanese rosewood fretboard combo is elegant and smooth playing. 21-3/4" scale. Includes Yamaha gig bag.

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2 out of 2 People found this review helpful

Excellent Guitar for My Son

By Anna from Littleton, CO on 2/17/2011 1:23:08 PM

We got this guitar for my son two years ago (age 8) when he expressed an interest in learning to play. It as been a fantastic investment. He has been taking lessons and we will soon be ready to get him a larger guitar. We plan to pass this down to our other son (age 7) who is dying to learn too. The guitar sounds great and is well-made. It has easily survived two years with us and we are counting on many more.

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1 out of 1 People found this review helpful

My 8 year old loves this!

By Tami from Gallatin, TN on 2/15/2011 6:04:39 PM

My son received this guitar as a present for Christmas along with four-weeks of lessons from Music & Arts. We have been so pleased with this progress. My son has discovered his love for music and we've signed him up for continual lessons. Our music teacher is wonderful! Thanks!

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1 out of 1 People found this review helpful

Perfect for my daughter

By Phyllis Cowan from Phoenix, AZ on 2/17/2011 1:28:45 PM

My daughter asked for a guitar for Christmas because she's been writing her own lyrics and wanted to put them to music. We consulted our local Music & Arts store, and they helped us pick this one. It's the perfect size, the price was awesome, and they even suggested some great beginner books to get her started! Overall, great guitar, and a great store! Thanks!

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Great 3/4 guitar!

By Michelle from Smyrna, TN on 3/6/2011 7:31:47 PM

My daughter asked for a guitar for Christmas last year. She's tiny so we knew she needed a smaller guitar but we didn't want a toy. This guitar was just what we were looking for. My daughter takes lessons once a week and it only takes a few seconds for the teacher to tune it. The sound is nice (if quiet) when my daughter plays, but when someone who knows how to play picks it up, the sound is nice and rich and full. Very impressive, I think.

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