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« Pocketguitar review »

Published on 08/24/20 at 19:06
Value For Money : Correct
Audience: Anyone
I was invited to use the Pocketguitar when I was attending a gear exhibition. I tried out this little monster.It's small, tiny and cool, and easy to start playing and learning.

The contents of the Pocketguitar are: Pocket guitar body, One charging cable (Micro USB), 1 carrying pouch, Silicon cover with clip, User's Manual. The body is shaped like a thick guitar pick and is very light. It weighs 8g, a level that almost does not feel heavy. You can hold it just like holding the real thing. The charging port is at the top, and the terminal is also MicroUSB for charging. Besides, the attached silicon case is also perfect. Since it has a clip on the back, it can be fixed by sandwiching it with shoelaces etc., when using it as a drum foot pedal.

In addition to playing the guitar, the pocket guitar can also be attached to the foot to act as a pedal when playing the drums.

However,there are also some comoplaints I want to share. The installation of app should be written in detail on the user's manual. Otherwise, at least for me, it's hard to get started in installing the app.

Even though, it's still a nice gift for backpackers and travellers and also it's a good fit for guitar lovers to learn some new chords.

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