#2
i've played the Traveler Speedster guitar, and i didnt like it. very uncomfortable, from what i remember, its unecessarly heavy. tone was meh, and it was a pain to tune.

but it is a traveling guitar, so i guess its okay.
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#3
...I'm not impressed.

Why do you need a "travel" guitar?

If you're dead set on the small body, though, look at Steinbergers.
#4
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...I'm not impressed.

Why do you need a "travel" guitar?

If you're dead set on the small body, though, look at Steinbergers.



To travel with. Steinbergers are too much $$ for this need. Could get banged around a bit too. Every try Fernandes nomad?
#5
Look for a used Nuno Betancourt, it has a really small body, looks like a Squier Junior lol, but it's a great guitar, a bit pricey, most of the used ones are around 480 bucks or so...at least the ones I've seen.
#6
bettencourt.

but the good ones are expesive. i wouldnt get a N series unless it had the extended cutaway system. but they do kickass.
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