"I'm wondering which Walden you are talking about - the O model (Orchestra Model)? If so, the O550 (solid spruce top, lam sapele back and sides) has a 1 11/16" nut width - but a 25.5 inch scale. The higher-series O model - the…"
"Mike I -
For different (significantly so) reasons than yours, I have played both the Baby Taylor and their GS Mini. Of the two, the GS Mini has by far the most "real guitar" sound, to my ear. Neither was suitable for me, since…"
"Ok - if you consider a slope shoulder guitar to be approximately a dreadnought, Recording King makes 3 slope-shoulder models with a 24.75" scale, and a 1 11/16" nut:
The RAJ-16, -26, and -27 - here are…"
"i'm looking for a shorter neck because my hands are small. i don't want it for traveling. i have played the taylor mini gs and they sound good to me. i was just curious if someone made a short neck dreadnought size. just asking ,…"
"Mike -- I'm intrigued. Next time I go "out of state" ( 5 miles west of my home), I will look in on the listed V-A dealer in Spokane Valley, WA. A dedicated "travel guitar" is several slots down on my "gotta…"
"When you say "full body" I presume you mean a dreadnought, but you should definitely look at the Godin-family folk size. I have the Simon & Patrick Woodland Pro folk and it is a full sounding guitar. That said, it won't…"
"I'll put in yet another plug for the Voyage-Air. The thing is a player, that's all. I mean, you can spend a lot of money on the holy grail small body custom that does what you want, but do you really want to travel with it? Unless you are…"
Can you tell us why you're wanting a neck that short? There are quite a few "parlor size" guitars with necks shorter than 25", and both Seagull and Walden have some nice, full-sounding instruments with necks in that…"
"Well.....I build very small (17" scale) travel / alto guitars. Though small....they don't sound "small" at all. I do them in steel and nylon string versions. If you're curious....send me an email at…"