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*shrugs shoulders* a Japanese version of Fisher Price maybe


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they look old n neglected

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They aren't mine well they are now but they weren't they were my grandma's friend's or something like that. Though I'm looking if they are worth anything.

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*shrugs shoulders* a Japanese version of Fisher Price maybe
They are real guitars, but its not like they are the chinese version of Fisher Price because Fisher Price is the Chinese version
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Do a google or yahoo search for the name at the top of the neck. If you do you will find this site: VOX Amplification USA | Guitar amps, guitars and effects pedals

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Do a google or yahoo search for the name at the top of the neck. If you do you will find this site: VOX Amplification USA | Guitar amps, guitars and effects pedals
I did Nothing specific
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First the 1st one is a Vox guitar not sure of the model the second could possibly be a Worland Prairie model. But I'm not sure theres not enough info given. Maybe if you look some more for serial numbers anything like that I could help you more.



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They're accoustics, not electric. Thats all I can say lol.

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I may go to guitar center I doubt they know anything but maybe they can fix them for relativity cheap
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