Inflatable "V" Guitars
We bring out the guitars at wedding receptions when we play AC/DC or Bon Jovi and they're a real hit! The only time we have a problem with them deflating is when a "rock star" decides it's fun to "smash " them against the floor.
October 26, 2010
Thought I was getting all 4 guitars as shown.
October 16, 2012
sent the same color
I ordered 5 guitars and received the same color. You advertise a variety of colors and send 5 of the same! How boring.
May 26, 2012
Fun Party Toy!
I bought a few of these for an 80's party. It was a nice prop or toy to play with. I would have liked to pick my own colors, even with a clause that if it was out of stock, they would choose an alternate. I received all the same color. Color choice is the reason for this review. I had no problem with the air or seal.
April 15, 2012
I bought these for my sisters 80's party as props for her photobooth, the dumb guitars would not close properly. The guests would have to continously add air to the guitars and also had trouble closing them. They finally gave up and were left deflated. The guitars would close properly and to make matters worse 2 of the guitars even had holes!!!! I was sooo upset, what a waste of money!!
January 26, 2012
6 of the same
There's no color choice available for this item, but when I ordered half a dozen of them, I was hoping for a variety. Instead, I got six that were all the same color -- rather boring for a birthday party. A little more intuition on the part of the person picking this order would've meant a lot more satisfaction for this customer.
January 13, 2012
One of the electric guitars had a hole in it. It was too close to the birthday party so I could not return it in time. sad.
April 26, 2010
I purchased these to decorate and play a game for my husband's surprise 40th birthday party. It was an 80's theme and I thought they would fit in nicely with the neon colors. They did that, but it was very very difficult to blow them up and they did not hold their air very well. Within 2 minutes of inflating them they would collapse. The valve did not seal air in and it would escape within a minute. We got clever and used a piece of clear box tape to hold it in place. The problem is that the tape is very difficult to remove from the plastic and damages the guitar. We did not get to use them for the game as they were not sturdy enough, but they did okay for decor.
March 7, 2010