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Assemble Your Own 3-Stringed Guitar #kit @thirdmanrecords

At a mere 2.2lbs in weight and only a few components, this looks like a really fun kit from Third Man:

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We are SO excited to get all the little music lovers of the world set up with their first instrument! The Little Third Man Guitar is an electric, 3-stringed guitar made by Loog. It is fun, cute and small, but it’s not a toy: it’s a real guitar, made out of real wood and equipped with a screaming lipstick-style pickup that sounds amazing whatever style you play. Since it only has 3 strings, it is easy for kids and beginners to pick up and play right from the start!

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