Daisy Rock WildWood Acoustic Short Scale Guitar, Purple Daze

by Guitar Reviewer

  • Set-neck construction
  • 25 1/2″ scale
  • Daisy Rock custom piezo system
  • Custom chrome
  • 20 medium fret

Product Description
From Daisy Rock Guitars, the world’s first company to make guitars designed especially for girls, comes the Wildwood Acoustic Guitar. Features maple back & sides with flamed maple top and a 21-fret, 22 3/4 scale set-in, slim profile, mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard and daisy pearloid inlays. Includes custom chrome tuners with Daisy logo. All Daisy Rock guitars include a limited lifetime warranty and arrive set up and ready to play…. More >>

Price: $137.00
Rating: 4.5 (4 reviews)

Daisy Rock WildWood Acoustic Short Scale Guitar, Purple Daze


{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Betty J Hesters March 26, 2010 at 7:56 pm

Probably designed for a young teen wanting to be a rock star. Too girly/ not serious-appearing enough for our mid-twenties daughter who was attracted to it because she has small hands.
Rating: 3 / 5

lore March 26, 2010 at 8:35 pm

Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to purchase this guitar yet (I’m poor) but I have one down at the store that I visit frequently. These guitars are great because they are made for people with smaller hands and smaller arms. I’ve always had problems wrapping my hand around the neck to play the cords, but this guitar has solved that problem. The body is also smaller, so it’s easier to strum. It feels sturdy in your hand so…although it’s not a fender…it can take the use. [..] is their official website.
Rating: 5 / 5

S. Cook March 26, 2010 at 9:02 pm

My daughter loves this and hasn’t put it down since Christmas morning. We may sign up for lessons now. Perfect size for her hands. Fun colors. High quality. And I love the great padded bag that came with it. We also bought a Daisy Rock beginning guitar book. It’s got easy instructions and exciting graphics to keep her interested.
Rating: 5 / 5

Rich S. March 26, 2010 at 9:16 pm

I bought this guitar for my daughter when she turned 6. She was excited to get it, but it turns out she wasn’t all tht interested in learning to play the guitar. Also turns out that I pick up and play this guitar more oftern than my Gibson, Gretsch, Tele or PRS. It’s well-made, has good intonation (says in tune up and down the neck), good sound for the size, and is easy to play. I’ve owned and played cheapies and high end guitars, and I would recommend this for anyone interested in a small scale guitar or a knock-around/travel axe. Now it looks like her younger brother is interested in playing it…
Rating: 5 / 5

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