When someone picks up a guitar like the Daisy Rock Debutante Comet Short Scale Electric Guitar - Atomic Pink, and plugs it in, you may not know what you're going to hear next, but you can be sure that it's going to be loud and it's going to be awesome. Loud and awesome are never in short supply when she's shredding on this classically styled guitar that's scaled down slightly so it's easier for smaller players to manipulate. This high-quality guitar is crafted with a wood body, maple neck and rosewood fret board, just like the recipe you'll find in a high-priced Gibson Flying V. Smaller frets make chords easier for smaller hands, and when it's time to do one of those Pete Townsend jumping-windmill moves, this lightweight guitar won't weigh them down. A single humbucker pickup, adjustable saddles and machine tuning pegs give it the reliable, high-quality touches that she'll need to start doing some proper shredding.
About Daisy Rock
The past fifteen years has brought Daisy Rock Girl Guitars Founder and President, Tish Ciravolo, museum inductions, awards, motivational speeches to millions of girls, billions of media impressions touting the girl guitar revolution, the world's first girl guitar/bass instructional books/CDs/DVDs, and appearances in Guitar Hero/Band Hero games. Combining a lifelong passion for making music with a desire to "level the playing field" for dedicated female guitarists and bassists of all ages, Tish Ciravolo founded Daisy Rock Girl Guitars in 2000. Ciravolo's dream that "every girl who wants to play guitar is welcomed and inspired to do so" is centered on the love she has for her two daughters, Nicole and Sophia. In a sense, Ciravolo's daughter Nicole is the true visionary behind Daisy Rock.
Daisy Rock has also become the guitar of choice by famous professional artists from across the musical spectrum, including Avril Lavigne, Joan Jett (The Runaways), Heart's Ann and Nancy Wilson, Louise Post (Veruca Salt), Miley Cyrus, Kathy Valentine and Jane Wiedlin (Go-Go's), Vicki Peterson (The Bangles), Lisa Loeb, Wanda Jackson, Dolly Parton, Jackie Tohn (American Idol Season 8), Denise Vasquez, Juliett Sims, and Kate Nash. Girls, however, aren't the only ones having fun with Daisy Rock guitars—The Cure's Robert Smith, The Psychedelic Furs' Tim Butler, Chris Stein from Blondie, and Sylvain Sylvain from The New York Dolls play them, too.