#1
Looking for advice on which electric travel guitar to get.

My budget is under £100

Been looking at the hofner shorty, its had some good reviews.
Also watching a squire mini strat on ebay at the moment which have got mixed reviews.

What others should i consider and what should i avoid?
#2
just found a tanglewood EE10 for £35 brand new, cant find any reviews on it though.
#3
For below that price you're getting mostly garbage, which 90% of the travel guitars are anyway. I'd steer clear of them if i were you.
#4
can't go wrong with a squier strat if you just want a beater you can take places
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#5
3/4 scale guitars are notorious for having intonation problems.

sometimes a you can get away with a used, full sized beater.

is there a reason why it needs to be smaller than a regular guitar?
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#6
Quote by jj1565
3/4 scale guitars are notorious for having intonation problems.

sometimes a you can get away with a used, full sized beater.

is there a reason why it needs to be smaller than a regular guitar?


It needs to be small so i can take it out to the rigs.

The hofner shorty has a full scale neck, just got a super small body its top of my list at the moment.
#7
well then yeah stick with the true neck.

3/4 guitars can be frustrating to play.
Jenneh

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#8
I would say the traveler speedster, but that is a bit out of your price range, even used.

Those things play like real guitars. Fun to jam with in the car or play on your lunch break as well.
#9
Get a Steinberger... one of the boat oar XL-shaped ones xD
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#10
try a pignose guitar they are perfect because they basicly dont need an amp