My niece is crazy about Hannah Montana, so when she heard about the Washburn Hannah Montana ¾ scale electric guitar for sale during her usual internet surfing one late afternoon, she went even crazier and ran down to me to plead to buy her the guitar.
Buying an 8-year old girl a real electric guitar, which she has no idea how to play by the way, was a crazy idea, right? But it got me thinking, hey anything to get my niece to be interested in music, and anything to make a guitar legend of her, I'll do, even if it means buying her a smaller-sized purple electric guitar which has star- shaped fretboard inlays. And most importantly, the words Hannah Montana is written on the body surrounded by big and small stars.
It's practically every little girl's dream come true. My niece has been bugging me to buy it for her, but I'm still considering it. It's a pretty good deal for a beginner's electric guitar. It has volume and tone control, the body is made form hardwood, and the design is pretty slick for a small-sized electric guitar, plus Washburn is a pretty reliable maker of electric guitars, so anyone who would want to splurge on more than a hundred dollars for a mini-guitar on their nieces, this is the perfect choice.
As for me, while I haven't found anything bad about the guitar so far, I have yet to decide to splurge on my niece. I told her to learn a song first through an acoustic guitar before I buy her the electric. At least that way I'm sure at least she will be able to play one song with the Washburn Hannah Montana ¾ scale electric guitar.