Mini Strat Kit

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  1. dtube

    dtube Member

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    Hi all. Does anyone still make a mini Strat (or Tele) kit? StewMac used to sell them. My 4-yr old wants a guitar "just like daddy's" (my red Strat) and one of those mini kits would be perfect for her size. I have looked at the Squier 1/2 size Strat, but think it is still too big for her hands. FWIW, I would be interested in finding an assembled one, no matter the condition or build quality. Thanks all.
    -Darren
     
  2. Fripperton

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    There's the Wolf WST mini. It may still be a little bigger than you want but it blows away the Squier.

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  3. G-Let

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    I tried Google and failed. Do you know a source for the Wolf Mini?

     
  4. scottlr

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    I saw a Squier mini Strat yesterday at a local shop for $99
     
  5. BradKM

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    My last few catalogs from Grizzly Tools have had mini-kits in them, but the quality looked to be questionable, at best.
     
  6. Fripperton

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    Send me an email. I import them.

    vince at guitarsandaudio dot com
     
  7. dtube

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    Vince, what is the total length on that Wolf?
    -D
     
  8. Fripperton

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    The guitar has a 22 1/2" scale length and is 34 1/2" long overall. The body is 16" long, 10 1/2" wide, and 1 5/16" thick. The nut width is 1 11/16" and the bridge spacing is
    2 1/8"
     
  9. dtube

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    I might get one of those (provided she wants to play more) in a couple years. For now though, I have to find something smaller. I am going to look at the Grizzly catalog - am not holding my breath, though.
    -D
     

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