Travel guitar?

This is mine.
Made in korea with a standard size neck.
Compared to the martin backpacker and washburn rover, the ozark is less expensive and sounds better with bass sound.You don't need the strap to play it.
So when you're travelling,it keeps your fingers in shape.
I'll post samples as soon as possible.

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I used to take my Traveler around with me quite a bit, but you need to either use the supplied Stethophones (Ouch! Not very comfortable on the ol' lugholes) or else take a mini amp with you.

Last couple of times I travelled I took my baritone ukulele with me instead. It's nice and portable and is tuned the same as the first four strings of a guitar so you can play lots of the same things as you would on a guitar. You can certainly keep your practice in.

It's a Samick Greg Bennett... a lovely instrument. Mahogany back, sides and ncek, solid spruce top, abalone binding, grover machine heads.

Hi glw
Very nice!

About my ozark:
...Won't sound good on the campfire with 10 drunken fellows singing "highway to hell" , but a good instrument to keep you in shape when you're on the road.
All you need is ...a quiet place!

It sounds like a guitar :

I bought a "First Act" guitar and an RP50 effects/amp to carry in the truck. The guitar cost $11 on e-bay, and sounds pretty doggone good...for an $11 guitar!

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