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I Can Play™ Guitar System

Age Range
6 - 8
Electronic Game - Educational Skills Product - Musical

Kids will enjoy learning to play music with this amazing I Can Play™ Guitar -- learning system makes playing the guitar easy and fun. The hardware software system plugs into the TV. It looks just like a real electric guitar, but features color-coded finger position buttons on the frets and abbreviated strings, the perfect size for small hands. Kids simply follow along with the fun games and visuals on their TV screens, matching color-coded images on the screen to the buttons to jam like rock stars in no time. Features a three step learning process designed to eventually lead to playing a real guitar. Step one teaches how to strum and uses the right hand to learn timing and rhythm. In step two, the color coded moving images use the left hand to learn to play the correct note and when to play it. Finally, it’s time to put all that practice and hard work to the test in step three, incorporating strumming and finger positions with both hands, just like a real guitar. Kids will be accompanied by a rhythm section and hear song just like a real performance. As player advances through the levels based on performance they earn points along the way. They Play each song like playing a different game. Each time kids play, they get a score and visual feedback on how well they played, and they can save their progress. When kids reach a new level, they'll earn awesome accessories to customize their on screen look. The hardware system includes a guitar, TV cords, a guitar strap and one complete song and game cartridge. Players can customize their guitar with the included sticker packs. The software library will launch with six titles, age-graded by theme. Each song and game cartridge comes with six songs, one game that teaches chords or scales and a jam session mode. Soon they will be able to practice what they’ve learned anywhere. Requires 4 C batteries, not included.

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