Girls Just Wanna Have Rockin'' Guitars

Los Angeles, CA (August 20, 2007) -There’s a lot of buzz about Daisy Rock Guitars, the guitar maker encouraging generations of females to rock out. The company’s latest line, in fact, is geared toward beginning female guitarists of all ages. The Debutante Series is designed to meet the needs of the budget conscious girl seeking the trademark light weight, thin neck design for which Daisy Rock has earned so much acclaim.



Daisy Rock’s Debutante Series guitars offer many of the same great features found in Daisy Rock’s professional line of guitars, including thinner, easy-to-play necks and smaller, lightweight, easy-to-hold bodies, but are more affordable.

The Debutante Junior Miss Acoustic Pack features a perfect beginner’s acoustic guitar available in a vivacious Bubble Gum Pink finish. The pack includes a tuner, pick, and guitar strap- everything a girl needs to start playing now. Suggested retail price: $169.

For the aspiring rocker, the Debutante Rock Candy Electric Guitar Pack features everything a girl needs to play electric guitar in one deluxe starter pack. It includes a Debutante Rock Candy Princess Electric Guitar in Atomic Pink, a gig bag, a 10 watt amplifier, an electronic tuner, a guitar strap, guitar picks, a string winder, a polish cloth and the Girls Guitar Method DVD (Alfred Publishing). Suggested retail price: $329.


For more information:

Daisyrock.com

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