#1
Ok so i was wondering, when a guitarist is traveling, ex. a family reunion upstate, wink wink, and would want to play guitar, ex. back seat, at the reunion, yadda yadda yadda, other than buying a little tiny amp, what would i need? would i need a "travel guitar" and if so, what the heck are "travel guitars" i posted this cos i was wondering what to do cos, i dont wanna lug my guitar around thanx guys
#2
i don't know, but you should take your guitar around on your back on a bike =D haha
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#3
Travel guitar is a guitar that you could take out to pieces easily, to fit in smaller cases or luggage. Depends on which company who makes em, they can even include a prebuilt small amp inside it.

Some examples:
http://www.travelerguitar.com/
http://www.soloette.com/
http://www.thatllteachyou.com/smallsizeguitars/travel.html
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/english/product/guitar/silent_guitar/index.html
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#4
Quote by madpickin03
Travel guitar is a guitar that you could take out to pieces easily, to fit in smaller cases or luggage. Depends on which company who makes em, they can even include a prebuilt small amp inside it.

Some examples:
http://www.travelerguitar.com/
http://www.soloette.com/
http://www.thatllteachyou.com/smallsizeguitars/travel.html
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/english/product/guitar/silent_guitar/index.html


thanx i like the looks of the traveler traveler... to the bank account!