#1
I was think of a new guitar and I was wondering what guitars have smaller bodies as this is appealing because for gigs I'd be able to move and do stuff more often, so any ideas on any guitars with smaller bodies?
Guitars
Charvel Model 7 Tele
Jackson Kelly XLR
Fender MIM Strat
Kramer 300ST
Jackson Dinky
Douglas Debeo Octanis
Ibanez AE Acoustic
Amps/Cabs
Peavey Valveking
Avatar 4x12
Raven RG60
Pedals
Boss NS-2
Boss TU-2
Boss DD-20
Ibanez SM-7
#2
Anything along the lines of a Melody Maker or Les Paul, JR. The Schecter S-1 is really tiny.
#3
Hmm actually a Les Paul wouldn't sound so bad, I was actually thinking of a ESP Eclipse
Guitars
Charvel Model 7 Tele
Jackson Kelly XLR
Fender MIM Strat
Kramer 300ST
Jackson Dinky
Douglas Debeo Octanis
Ibanez AE Acoustic
Amps/Cabs
Peavey Valveking
Avatar 4x12
Raven RG60
Pedals
Boss NS-2
Boss TU-2
Boss DD-20
Ibanez SM-7
#4
Steinberger
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#5
I was thinking something more traditional, but those are so sweet got to say
Guitars
Charvel Model 7 Tele
Jackson Kelly XLR
Fender MIM Strat
Kramer 300ST
Jackson Dinky
Douglas Debeo Octanis
Ibanez AE Acoustic
Amps/Cabs
Peavey Valveking
Avatar 4x12
Raven RG60
Pedals
Boss NS-2
Boss TU-2
Boss DD-20
Ibanez SM-7
#6
Hofner shorty?
I like analogue Solid State amps that make no effort to be "tube-like", and I'm proud of it...

...A little too proud, to be honest.
#7
flying v's are pretty small, as long as its the traditional flying v shape
My Gear:
BC Rich Gunslinger Retro Blade
Vintage V100 Paradise + SD Alnico Pro Slash APH-2's
1963 Burns Short Scale Jazz Guitar
Dean Performer Florentine
Bugera 6260
Orange Micro Terror + cab
Digitech Bad Monkey
Zoom G2G
#10
Gibson Godess LP or SG 80% of the normal size, full 24 3/4" scale
2002 PRS CE22
2013 G&L ASAT Deluxe
2009 Epiphone G-400 (SH-4)
Marshall JCM2000 DSL100
Krank 1980 Jr 20watt
Krank Rev 4x12 (eminence V12)
GFS Greenie/Digitech Bad Monkey
Morley Bad Horsie 2
MXR Smart Gate
#11
My Ibanez SV5470F is really small - by dimensions, it's about the same as a Fender Strat, so it's not that small when it comes to length and width, but man is it thin, and extremely light. I think most S series bodies are about the same, too, though I've heard that the SV's body is even thinner than most S's.
Gear:

Guitars: Ibanez SV5470F, Ibanez Xpt700, Fender MIM Standard Stratocaster ('04-'05), Jackson Ps-2
Ashton AG200,
Amps: ENGL E530, Bugera 6262-212,
FX: TC Electronics G-major 2, Behringer EQ700, Morley Volume / Wah
#12
Quote by RetroGunslinger
flying v's are pretty small, as long as its the traditional flying v shape


V's are anything but small. My V case dwarfs my Les Paul case.
Epiphone Les Paul Standard Plus
Jackson King V
Jackson Kelly
Handmade Gibson Les Paul
Marshall JCM2000 DSL100/JCM900 1960 Lead cab
#14
Echoing the Steinberger...

Fernandez still makes the Nomad.

There's a luthier I've been buying from for many years by the name of Jon Kammerer. His site was recently hit by malware, so it's down, but he's still reachable. Among his standard models is a small bodied cored electric that weighs around 4-5lbs.

Here's the one he took to a Chicago show in 2007: http://www.gearwire.com/jkg-guitars-model19-guitarshow.html

http://jonkammererguitars.com/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Kammerer_Guitars
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