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A travel guitar by Michael Spalt?
Nov19

A travel guitar by Michael Spalt?

I love Michael Spalt’s stuff. No reference to this on the website though – only on Facebook page. Share...

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Guitar made for John Mclaughlin by Mike Sabre
Nov19

Guitar made for John Mclaughlin by Mike Sabre

 Mike Sabre says: “This guitar is 33 inches long and was conceived in order to travel in plane cockpits to avoid damage during ?ight transports.” Not sure he means “cockpits” exactly but if it fits in an overhead locker … http://www.mike-sabre.com Share...

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If small is beautiful – travel guitar by Jonathan Hirsch
Jul20

If small is beautiful – travel guitar by Jonathan Hirsch

… check out this no holds barred ‘travel’ guitar from Hirsch. Introducing the Hirsch SB-1 Radius ‘smallbody’ Electric Guitar The Hirsch SB-1 Radius combines the convenience of a travel guitar with the elegant curves of a classic electric – without compromising your sound or fretting style. Full-size neck and scale length. Highest quality woods. Top-spec parts. Unique patented design. Hand-made in England. SPECS: Lightweight African mahogany body and set neck Figured maple cap 24-fret ebony fingerboard Gotoh Wilkinson VS100 trem Seymour Duncan Quarter Pounder and JB Trembucker pickups Gotoh 510 locking tuners 24.75? (‘Gibson’) scale length 1.75? nut width, 2.125? (‘Fender’) string spacing at bridge Weight: 2.1kg Small body. Big sound. No compromise. It’s more than just a travel guitar – it’s a proper guitar! “It’s nice – very well put together and very nice to play.” – David Gilmour Jonathan Hirsch would love to know what you think of the design – please leave him your feedback. If you like it, please let him know by following on Facebook or Twitter! If you’d like to know the story of how it all came about, please check out Jonathan Hirsch’s blog. Jonathan Hirsch says: Can you help spread the word? It’s early days yet for Hirsch Guitar and we’re hoping to go into production during 2011 – if we can generate enough interest. So if you have friends who would like to know about it, or if you know anyone who might be able to help push the project forward, please do point them to this site and share it via your favourite social networks. I’m doing my best! Share...

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