"Having owned a Baby Taylor and played a friends little Martin, I can't really give them high marks for tone or playablility. They are ok at first, but if you are going to have to be away for awhile, say a couple weeks, they fall short very…"
You may also want to take a look at the Godin line of parlor guitars which includes the Seagull Grand and the Simon and Patrick Ami. I don't know what your budget is, but of all the travel guitars I've tried, the Composite Acoustic…"
"I own both a Baby Taylor and a Traveler MK-II. Baby Taylor sounds pretty darned good acoustically, however a good thing about the Traveler is that the neck is full-scale. Also I can practice while on a 3 hour flight without people around me…"
Take a look at the Baby Taylor and Little Martin offerings. 3/4 size guitars with full size fretboards so they play just like a regular guitar. These two brands have the best sounds I found when I was trying out many different ones. Every…"
I'm trying to find out what is a good or really good travel acoustic guitar. I'm looking for something a little specific. I need something thats very compact but still delivers exceptional sound. Something i can use for personal practice (where i do not disturb anyone). So far i've seen Lapsticks and Traveler Guitars. I'm a beginner at guitar so I don't know who has good travel guitars. Any suggestions? Thanks!!