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KJ Tools Karaoke Introduction

Here is a collection of 12 discs from KJ Tools Karaoke. This label is from the A-Major Music people (more details below). By and large, the label name is certainly weird for discs that contain karaoke tracks. However, we are only interested in how they perform!

All in all, there are some decent sounds from that stable. But, we had not heard of this label before we sampled it in 2014. Further investigation on these discs is needed, with a possible write-up by individuals who have used the discs.

KJ Tools Karaoke - KTJ01 Label.

Collecting The Data

Indeed, our forum members sent their songbooks for this KJ Tools Karaoke series. That was so we could compile the directory. The karaoke disc ID numbers run in succession, so the listing was simple enough.

Not only did members send their disc identities (prefixes), but many gave us their song lists. So, we now have a reliable list. Furthermore, KJ Tools ceased production of karaoke tracks and discs. So, the lists we have will not change.

To clarify, here are the disc IDs from this karaoke series:

KJ Tools Karaoke Discs (KJT)

  • KJT01
  • KJT02
  • KJT03
  • KJT04
  • KJT05
  • KJT06
  • KJT07
  • KJT08
  • KJT09
  • KJT10
  • KJT11
  • KJT12
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We now show which other labels are related to the KJ Tools Karaoke Series. That is so that you can cross-reference our lists and maybe avoid duplication. So, the KJ Tools series has a connection with the following labels:

KJ Tools Karaoke Review

KJ Tools Karaoke Series - KTJ12 Label.

The splash screens are consistent, with a bright yellow backdrop showing the song title in dark blue. Those words have a white shadow, and that is all you get, as there is no other info on the screen regarding the track.

The white lyrics turn green as the music progresses. That happens on a deep blue background.

The on-screen lyrics sync well enough, but there was a slight lag in our samples. However, the lag was not by much.

The choice of music was fine, as you would expect from this label from this karaoke family.
There was no artwork, as such. Indeed, the CDG labels are similar throughout the series. They also have no designer sleeves, which is a slight let-down.

Karaoke Song Sample

Although we may use numerous songs for the review, we only provide one sample video to represent the label. So, the song sample for our video presentation is KJT02-16 – Fleetwood Mac – Dreams.

Our Verdict

  • On-screen Lyrics: 4
  • Music Content: 4
  • Splash Screen, Graphics, Video: 3
  • Cover Art: 2.5
  • Overall Average: 3.4
  • Music And Lyrics Average: 4

We gave this collection 4 out of 5 in the rating system below. You can also vote for these, even if you don’t have the discs or tracks. Indeed, all you need to do is watch our presentation video above and judge that.

Desirability Factor

There is nothing special about this collection of discs. All the songs are available on other labels, of course. They have a small appeal to a collector, of course. But, if you are collecting other karaoke labels, you would be better off giving these a miss. However, if they are cheap, why not grab them? After all, they perform reasonably well.

Your Opinion Matters

We would still like you to review the KJ Tools karaoke discs. So, if you have them, why not write a few lines here? Of course, this will help future collectors decide whether they should buy them.

Seasoned karaoke disc collectors will surely hunt this set down regardless. In other words, they will not want to let a unique set of 12 discs pass.

Of course, should they get a good write-up, others will seek them out. Therefore, your opinion matters!

KJ Tools Karaoke - set of discs.

KJ Tools Karaoke Songbook

Not only do we have the disc identification above, but we also have a complete track listing for the entire collection. After all, you need to know what tracks are on these CDGs. So, if you buy some because of the information here, let us know.

In short, to reach the songbook for this series, click the blue link below.

Rate The KJ Tools Karaoke Label

Finally, if you have any experience with discs or tracks from this KJ Tooks collection, please leave a review here or in the Karaoke Forum. You can also use the star rating system below, even if you only use our presentation video as a guide. Indeed, by doing this, you can help others decide whether these discs are worth buying!

Overall Rating

The ratings here represent your score and our score combined. So, make sure you have your say.

4.0 out of 5 stars (based on 2 reviews)
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Independent Reviews

The following reviews are independent and not necessarily the views of the Karaoke Info staff. However, they may help you decide whether to buy or avoid them.

Official Review By Jacky: KJ Tools Karaoke.

October 6, 2014

Hi, my name is Jacky, and I conducted the original karaoke review above. Whether you agree or disagree, you can leave your review below.

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Jacky Hargreaves

Worthy of merit.

July 16, 2018

Yes, I rate this KJ Tools Karaoke collection. I might look to complete my set!

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Val Oaks

Leave A Review

Leave your thoughts and opinions about this karaoke label here. Before doing that, please use the yellow star rating button and give marks out of five. There is also a comments section below for other remarks.

One Comment

  1. I got the KJT set as a Christmas gift from my mother.

    A great majority of the tracks are decent-good quality. The vocals are pretty good, and the background music is spot on. Bon Jovi’s Wanted Dead or Alive is an example of one of the higher-quality tracks in this set.

    85% of what I have listened to is decent quality.

    5% of the songs seemed to be at a slower tempo.
    5% of the songs had some hiccups in the lyrics, but that didn’t make them unreadable.
    5% were AWFUL and Unusable. Bob Seager’s Turn the Page, a track by The Beach Boys, and several others are unusable. They are almost MIDI quality and have no backup vocals.

    Some tracks were clearly labelled as Ameri-Sing tracks. I believe at least 2 of the unusable tracks were labelled as such. So, this does appear to be, at least partially, a compilation. In fact, when pulling the track information for discs as I converted them, at least 1 disc came back with metadata as a Supercore disc.

    Overall, I would say that the 12-disc KJ Tools set, which is available for under $20 on Amazon and elsewhere, is a decent buy. A KJ will have to weed through the tracks to find the unusable ones and to note the tracks that need to be adjusted for pitch or tempo.

    I haven’t gone through all of the tracks and am basing this on the ones I have gone through. Although, I think I have gone through around half of the tracks.

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