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“Fun Minion Guitar”

published 21/01/2016

Advantagesfun for children

DisadvantagesPrice, not the best sound

...Introduction The reason I bought this is because my son likes minions so when I saw this I really wanted to get it for him because it looked really nice. I bought this guitar for him to mess about on and just have fun playing around with it. I didn't intend for him to play on it properly and actually learn to play the guitar. There is also an alternative one to the one my son has as his is...

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AdvantagesUpbeat, uplifting, melodic, foot-tapping

DisadvantagesSingle, very specific genre only represented

...?Ragtime? guitar ?Ragtime? is short for ?ragged time?, a style of music, particularly for dancing to, made popular in the 1920s and 1930s. It?s basically a syncopated musical style. If you know the film ?The Sting? (one of my favourite movies), its soundtrack is made up of some prime examples. It?s easier to recognise than to describe. There?s a definite and pronounced beat, but the tune is...

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Super

AdvantagesSome electrifying passages where you can crank up the volume...

Disadvantages...but nothing very memorable tune-wise.

...What an unimaginative title I thought. Calling a Mike Oldfield album "Guitars" is like calling a Bond film "Licence To Kill" - it tells you less than you already know. Then I got it: guitars and nothing but guitars. No drums, synths or vocals. No Tubular Bells even. Is that the idea? Simple, but ambitious. Who else could even attempt this? "Muse" opens the album, it is a beautiful, mellow...

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