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    Crazy, I started playing Ukes partially to have something smaller to travel with. Now I have an excuse to procure some traveling guitars too!

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    Follow-up to my last post, if I was going on planes and stuff I would get myself a Martin LX1 for it is lighter, smaller, and cheaper. Good enough for a bang-around jump on the couch guitar. My GS-Mini stays home protected from the elements.
    Last edited by fingerguy; 09-04-2019 at 09:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muybien04 View Post
    Crazy, I started playing Ukes partially to have something smaller to travel with. Now I have an excuse to procure some traveling guitars too!
    Haha! You know it makes sense my friend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcuttler View Post
    The one thing that makes no sense is the long length of the headstock, making a "travel guitar" longer than it needs to be.
    Martin Backpacker old headstock has removed Logo space. This seems to be the shortest headstock on acoustic guitar. But they put logo on new ones. Logo on headstock may be important for Martin fans.

    Last edited by yahalele; 09-04-2019 at 11:36 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yahalele View Post
    Martin Backpacker old headstock has removed Logo space. This seems to be the shortest headstock on acoustic guitar. But they put logo on new ones. Logo on headstock may be important for Martin fans.

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