Disclaimer: Before you call Child Protective Services on me, please read Wikipedia's disambiguation entry for the word "axe" (entry twelve).
Anyway, Finley's really digging this newest plastic axe:
|Turning the volume up to 11!|
|Working the whammy bar!|
|Artistic shot for his first album cover|
The friend Finley's "borrowing" the guitar from is a girl. (Why is borrowing in quotes, you ask? Well, it's not like little Samara's getting it back! Sorry, kiddo.) Anyway, so Finley got the guitar from a girl, and that's why it's pink and purple. When I asked Finn if he was cool with that, he just rolled his eyes and said, "Daa-aad! You're sooo old-fashioned!" Then he busted into this face-melting solo for "Crazy Little Thing Called Love."
In all seriousness, it's a sweet toy. It plays excerpts of five rock songs (including hits by Queen, the Police, and The Troggs), it has a (semi-) functional tremolo bar, and -- I kid you not -- each of the five songs has three unique recorded guitar riffs that are triggered by plucking the strings that stretch across the sound hole speaker.
The volume, sadly (or thankfully), does not really go up to 11.