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Okay so im going travelling in a few months, and my number one priority is to take my electric guitar so i dont lose the skill, since ill be moving quite a lot in a year, so any recommendations, ive got an amp, just need a guitar to fit in a normal suitcase?
#2
a guitar to fit in a normal suitcase? I have never heard of anyone who makes those. If it's small anyways you are going to have to adjust to the small neck radius.
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well im not sure if you can get an electric guitar that small unless you have a reaallly big suitcase the only thing i could think of is you get a Cort Earth Mini traveler and get a pickup installed might cost alot but its as good as i can think off
http://www.woodbrass.com/en/cort-earth-mini-(eminiop)-travel-guitar-natural-with-gigbag-p35937-af833.html - i have used this guitar and it would derfonietly fit in a normal suitcase
#7
Get a Pignose - I used to have the deluxe version of their travel guitar & always enjoyed it. An electric guitar with built in amp, what more could you ask for?

http://www.pignoseamps.com/index.php?disp=master&subcat=specguitars
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Fernandes Nomad, always been curious about these. Haven't been able to play one though.
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Quote by broc5k


Fernandes Nomad, always been curious about these. Haven't been able to play one though.

I tried one a while ago, as I recall it was OK but I preferred the Pignose as I thought it sounded and played better. Nothing wrong with the Fernandes, it mostly came down to opinion rather than anything specific.
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Quote by K Reyn


A coworker of mine has one, and I checked into them as well. Some seem to feel & play nice other don't. Not sure about your location but here they were $350+. When I weighed it out, I couldn't justify spending that much on a guitar that is only suitable to play when travelling. For less money than that you could get a road case sutable for protecting a full sized guitar in baggage travel.
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Quote by GaryBillington
I tried one a while ago, as I recall it was OK but I preferred the Pignose as I thought it sounded and played better. Nothing wrong with the Fernandes, it mostly came down to opinion rather than anything specific.


I looked up the Pignose on youtube, that actually looks pretty cool.