John Lewis 36" Wooden Acoustic Guitar

Product information

This wooden instrument will make a wonderful gift and help a budding musician get to grips with playing the guitar. It has a natural plywood body, with the top, side and back made from agathis wood. It also features 6 nylon strings and a strap button.

Brand
John Lewis
Dimensions
L92.5 x W32.7 x D8.7cm
Eligible for International Delivery
NO
Suitable From
6 years
Warning!
Not suitable for children under 3 years.
Weight Information Unpackaged weight
1.175kg

Delivery

Click & collect

Free Click & Collect from John Lewis and Waitrose shops for collection tomorrow from 2pm
261 participating John Lewis and Waitrose shops
Free

Standard UK delivery within 5 working days

£3.00

Next, named or Saturday UK delivery.

£6.95

Next/named working day UK delivery pre-10.30am.

£9.95

International delivery available

  • Europe (Non EU) - £7.50
  • Europe (EU) - £7.50
  • Rest of World - £25.00
Provided by JL Delivery Ltd - more about international delivery
From  £7.50

Collect+ from a local shop from tomorrow - postcode exclusions apply for Collect+ deliveries

5000+ participating Collect+ shops
£3.00

Returns

We want you to be happy with your purchase. If you're not, just return the products to us or to one of our shops. Unless faulty, we'd like this to be within 90 days of purchase. Exceptions apply to certain products - find out more about our refund policy.

Depending on the type of product, you can make free returns via our shops, Royal Mail (or courier collection for large or heavy items), Collect+ or via MyHermes.

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Q & As

Strings...

John Lewis 36" Wooden Acoustic Guitar 4 5 5 5
Perfect first guitar for budding rock star Sensibly priced, decent build quality, looks like the real deal. Whilst it is easy to turn the screws to adjust the tone of each string, I found it almost impossible to match the higher notes (thinner strings) to what they are supposed to sound like. Also, I could not fathom out how to attach the strap and there are no diagrams to help in the instructions. Anyone figured this out? 03 January 2014
Fab little guitar - bag needed This is a fab guitar my daughter received from her grandmother for christmas. My daughter really enjoys playing on it. It is not too heavy and a great size for my 8 year old. It would be great if John Lewis could also sell a Guitar Bag separately for when the guitar is not in use. 04 February 2013
Authentic child size guitar Christmas present for my 7 year old daughter. Excellent quality, looks and feels great, just a smaller version of what you would expect from an adult size. Good value, just got to get the lessons booked now! 09 January 2013
Great for First Time Users Brought guitar for a present for a 7 year old which is the right size, weight and length and would recommend for anyone interested in learnng to play the guitar. 29 July 2012
Useful to see if your child really wants to learn Any parent who is trying to help their child to start playing a musical instrument has the same problem - how much do you spend, when your child might not be interested and the money could be wasted? This is how I came upon this guitar - I didn't want to spend too much, but I wanted to give the chance to learn some basics. This guitar just about clears that hurdle. The build quality is inconsistent (not as straight as it should be#, the markings on the edge of the fretboard are non-existent, the finish is better in some places than others #some blobs of lacquer here and there#, one of the tuners was really stiff, indicating some problem within, and the sound quality is decidedly average. However, those are the bad points, and as I play guitar myself I am a bit picky. Good points - you can tune it, it makes a sound, and you can therefore learn the basics about fingering and what it means to own a musical instrument #i.e. you can drop it without causing hundreds of pounds of damage). For the money that you spend, this is worthwhile - it costs much more to learn this in most places. The only way to really learn a musical instrument is to have one there for you to tinkle on whenever you feel the need - and this guitar fulfils that at a very low price. However, if your child really takes to the guitar, you will find that you almost certainly need to buy a better one in around two years, as otherwise their ability will far exceed the quality of this instrument and they'll get very frustrated. So, in summary - I think the price for this product is fair. It isn't a huge bargain, as the quality is reflected in the price. However, as a low-price entry into the world of musical instruments, this item would qualify as a good buy. 02 May 2012
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Product code :

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