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Daisy Rock Girl Guitars continues to celebrate its 10-year anniversary with the arrival of new 2010 guitar models and finishes, including the Rock Candy electric guitars.

Designed for the intermediate player looking to dive into the world of electric guitar, the Rock Candy guitar is designed to offer an instrument at a price that won’t break the bank. Components include a pair of Daisy Rock humbuckers that are controlled by a 3-way selector switch and a master tone control so you can dial-in a variety of sounds.

Daisy custom tuners and an adjustable tune-o-matic bridge with stop bar tailpiece are featured.

The Daisy Rock trademark “Slim & Narrow” rock maple neck is designed to make it easier for girls with smaller hands to play, and the lightweight sycamore body is designed to fit the female form.

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Available in Revolution Pink and Supersonic Blue, the Rock Candy is now available at a retail price of only $399 and a street price of just $279.

For more info, visit daisyrock.com.
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