chrispeppler wrote: ↑
Mon May 14, 2018 10:26 am
You probably know of these, but here are four nylon string travel guitars currently on the market:
Cordoba mini M travel
Traveler guitar ultra-light
Anygig travel practics classical backpacker
I was looking hard and close to them last night.
The thing is, I have a weird relationship with materials. I have guitar #2, which was a sloppy failure....I felt like I really let down the nice Camatillo back and sides that I forced into a strange Franken-guitar shape (Fleta, Rodriguez, and Hauser joined in an unholy alliance). I'd like to reuse the wood in something worthy.
#2-- I don't think I'd be satisfied with anything less than an handmade guitar...and I have the skills to make something nicer than those...as well as most of the materials for it.
Anyways, I have a bad patient to deal with. He's a Moroccan guy that's trying all sorts of dirty play to get a free denture.
Imagine your glorious, french polished master guitar being used to paddle down a river of sewage...that's how I feel right now.