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Paper Jamz Guitars Trade Paper Cuts for Blisters

by Shane McGlaun
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I took guitar lessons as a kid until the instructor kicked me out because I refused to practice. I fully expected to play an electric guitar the first day without any effort. As close as I get to playing the guitar today is a game of Rock Band.

If you are a fan of the guitar who wants to play the instrument without having to take lessons and actually study, the Paper JamZ guitar might be just the thing. As the name suggest the guitar is made from paper.

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I’m not sure exactly how the guitar is made from paper. Presumably, it’s the heavy pressed sort. The guitar has no real stings to cause a blister on your thumb. Each of the five designs comes with different tracks installed and you can play along to the songs as they are heard from the internal speaker. Tracks include songs like “Born to be Wild”, “Mississippi Queen”, “Hey There Delilah”, and more. The guitars sell for £24.99 (appx. $36 USD) and are available now at I Want One of Those.

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