yeah, we sell the f310 for 150, yamaha makes a smaller one too that is super cheap and ok sounding. there is a tiny, tiny guitar (maybe washburn?) anyway it is also very cheap and about 2 and a half feet overall, comes with a case too (not gig bag). sorry I am being so vague, I cannot remember specifics right now and I dont want to quote a price without seeing it for sureJaySimon said:Ive been through a better portion of canada with my yamaha F310. It was cheap,so that if it ran down a river i wouldnt really care, and several years later it still sounds fine. It'slargely used as my beach/party guitar.
I met a guy from Nelson who has been playing his F310 for years now, the back is held together by stickers and he could pull some good sound outof it.
The only downfall being that it is a full size guitar.
Just something to keep in mind
Not Laughing, Mike. Seeing what else you have stashed away there among the Mandos.Mike MacLeod said:The best travel guitar is a ukulele.
It's not trying to be something it isn't. It's tuned in in 4ths like a guitar, and so, much of your music is accessible.
If you think a uke is a toy, then you need to check out James Hill, Jake Shimabukaru and Lyle Ritz.
My uke is US$3500.00.
Was thinking of picking up an Art and Lutherie parlour guitar. The nylon string version looks like it could be a fun little guitar for cheap. Can anyone else chime in on these things?Yggdrasil said:I use a Larrivee P-05 parlour; formerly had an Art & Lutherie Parlour, which is great bang for the buck!