The Bullet Strat is a good choice if you are looking for an affordable and practical model that is a perfect first guitar for teens and kids ages 12 and up. This is a full sized guitar by Fender’s budget brand Squier that has the classic Stratocaster styling of a ‘real Fender’ but without the … Read moreSquier by Fender Bullet Strat Review
SUMMARY: This is the best option for a beginner electric guitar for a child ages 6 to 10 for kids who wants to learn the basics on a really good quality guitar without breaking the bank. Obviously for the price (around $100) you won’t be getting the very best quality sound and features. Although for … Read moreSquier Mini Strat Electric Guitar by Fender
The Ibanez GRGM21M GRG Mikro is the mini or 3/4 version of Ibanez’s most popular guitar the RG. It is produced in the GIO series which is basically just Ibanez’s budget model line, kind of like Fender’s Squier models or Gibson’s Epiphone brand (GIO appears on the headstock above the standard Ibanez logo). I would … Read moreIbanez GRGM21 MIKRO Electric Guitar
There are lots of great resources especially designed for kids to help make learning guitar fun and easy. Little Kids Rock is a great site with free online guitar lessons for children. They have lessons on getting to know your guitar, tuning, and some of the chords that kids need to know to get started. … Read moreResources to Help Kids Learn to play the Guitar
When you buy a beginner guitar it is also a good idea to invest in a guitar book as well. Having a reference book on hand is incredible useful especially for someone who has never played guitar before and isn’t really sure where to start. Or if you are teaching your kids how to play … Read moreThe Best Guitar Books for Kids
Buying a used guitar for a child who may or may not stick with lessons or learning on their own, can be a great option. A lot of kids are super keen to learn to play and insist on getting a fancy, new, top-of-the-line instrument, only to give it up weeks or months later, leaving … Read moreShould you buy your Child a Used Guitar?