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Developed in partnership with Warner Bros and Entertainment One, the new lines will be unveiled to retailers at next week’s Spring Fair, held at Birmingham’s NEC.

Access All Areas expands junior guitar line with Batman and Peppa Pig

Musical instrument firm, Access All Areas has expanded its line of junior guitars with the addition of new Batman and Peppa Pig concepts.

Developed in partnership with Warner Bros and Entertainment One, the new lines will be unveiled to retailers at next week’s Spring Fair, held at Birmingham’s NEC.

In response to retailer demand, the new 36-inch Batman Junior Guitar offers fans of the Dark Knight the chance to play a three quarter size acoustic guitar featuring a custom caped crusader design.

The junior guitar is joined by the new Batman Ukele.

Meanwhile, Access All Areas has bolstered its Peppa Pig themed instrument offering with the Peppa Fun to Strum Junior Guitar, aimed at young learners.

“We believe these new products are perfectly complimentary to our existing lines,” said Sean Kelly, managing director of Access All Areas.

“As more and more retailers seize the fantastic opportunity licensed music products represent, we will develop our range and react to their feedback. We are only just getting started, so are looking forward to meeting new partners at Spring Fair.”

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