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Old 01-09-2022, 09:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Travel electric guitars

I’m looking at two extended trips and need a travel solution. I don’t want a remove-the-neck suitcase-type Guitar. Has anyone had their hands on one of these? Seems as if there are very few real-world reviews?

Thank you!
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Old 01-10-2022, 07:42 AM   #2 (permalink)
Go ahead, Mr. Wendal
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So do you want the suitcase guitar or not?
You seem to contradict yourself there

Anyway, why not just take a normal acoustic or an electric guitar? You can buy those little travel amps, no need to get an entirely new guitar
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Old 12-06-2023, 01:03 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Traveler Guitar: Traveler Guitar is a well-known brand that offers various models designed for portability. They have a reputation for producing quality instruments that are compact and easy to carry. The Traveler Ultra-Light is one of their popular models.

Journey Instruments: Journey Instruments specializes in travel guitars with a unique feature – they have removable necks. This allows for easy disassembly and reassembly, making them convenient for travel. The OF660 is a well-regarded model from Journey Instruments.

KLOS Guitars: KLOS Guitars is another brand known for its travel-friendly instruments. They offer carbon fiber guitars that are durable and lightweight. The KLOS carbon fiber travel guitar is a popular choice.

Orangewood Oliver Mahogany: Orangewood is known for its acoustic guitars, and the Oliver Mahogany is a travel-sized guitar that might suit your needs. While it doesn't fold or have a removable neck, it's compact and designed for portability.

Before making a decision, it's crucial to consider your specific preferences, playing style, and the type of sound you're looking for. Additionally, check for reviews and testimonials from other travelers or musicians who have used these guitars in real-world scenarios. Keep in mind that personal preferences can vary, so what works for one person may not work for another.

If possible, try to play or at least handle the guitar in person before purchasing. If that's not an option, thoroughly research and read reviews to ensure that the guitar meets your requirements for portability, sound quality, and playability.
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