Luna Aurora Mermaid Mini Acoustic Guitar, Aqua

by Guitar Reviewer

  • Mini dreadnought body
  • 21 3/4″ scale length
  • 1 5/8″ nut width
  • Original art by Mary Ann DiNella
  • Gig bag included (Black)

Product Description
Fanciful artwork by Mary Ann DiNella gives the Mermaid Mini a bubbly personality that appeals to young players everywhere. The fun Aqua Splash finish is as inviting as a cool dip on a summer day, and the guitars petite size makes it an instrument thats ideal for learning and comfortable to play. The Aurora Mermaid Mini Acoustic comes with its own pink gig bag featuring the Luna Guitars logo, and the crescent moon at the sound hole and moon phase fret markers add a b… More >>

Price: $67.95
Rating: 4.5 (5 reviews)

Luna Aurora Mermaid Mini Acoustic Guitar, Aqua

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G. M. Arnold April 11, 2010 at 7:09 pm

We bought this guitar this year for our 6 year old for Christmas. It came in this week and it so much cuter than it even was in the computer. It looks great and sounds great. This is not a toy. My daughter LOVES mermaids and my husband is determined to teach her to play, so a mermaid guitar might just get her motivated.
Rating: 5 / 5

JoyBee April 11, 2010 at 7:50 pm

I searched for months for the right children’s guitar. I figured my daughter is young enough to want something pretty and magical looking, but not too girly. I wanted something that she would thoroughly love and enjoy and not break within the first month. When I received this guitar, it was everything I was looking for.

Hey! It’s been over a month now and it still plays and looks brand new!

I bought this guitar at such an amazing price and have received a great quality product. The sound is good and the strings have been very forgiving to my 6 year old.

Definitely a recommended buy.
Rating: 5 / 5

Karen April 11, 2010 at 10:32 pm

This is a good starter guitar. It may not be up to the quality of the Squier children’s (3/4) guitars. But it doesn’t cost as much as a Squier children’s guitar either.

For a small guitar it has a good sound. A little twangy but that is to be expected because of its size. The neck is firm and straight.

There are a few blemishes with the paint job. The finish quality is not the greatest. Although, little girls won’t notice some of the imperfections because of the mermaid and turtle logo.
Rating: 4 / 5

Low Tone April 11, 2010 at 11:42 pm

Product seems well built. I used open tunings as my daughter can’t quite get her hands around the neck comfortably. Came with a gig bag that is great for taking to Grandma’s on the weekend! Bought a $5 Guitar stand so she can proudly display her “Real Guitar”. Though I’m lefty, I’ve played it and it has a very nice sound – if not the proection of a regular sized guitar. Compared to the ~$70 junk I’ve seen at toy stores – not to mention the $230 mini-acoustics at guitar center – I couldn’t be happier with this purchase. The tuners are quality for the size – haven’t changed strings yet but plan to (note – you use regular sized acoustic strings and snip accordingly).
Rating: 4 / 5

John Hammons April 12, 2010 at 1:12 am

We purchased this one….because we bought our older daughter a Pink one…well guess what, this is not a toy, it is small but it is nice to play.

The Artwork is really beautiful, the image on your monitor does it no justice. This could be on the wall as artwork if it didn’t play and sound good.

We’ve had this one for 2 years. My daughter is starting to chord with it now that she is 6.

We did have to replace the tuners as the stock ones were a bit too soft and bent easily. ~$30 tuners set it up just right.

If you have a little one, don’t hesitate on this guitar.
Rating: 4 / 5

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