Smaller in size than it's dreadnought cousin, auditorium style acoustic guitars offer equal measures of comfort and functionality, without losing projection. Popular among folk players, these models are perfect for finger-picking and can find their way around every register to achieve great presence.
Most guitars designated the moniker "mini" are designed to function as an ideal travel guitar. The main concerns for a travel guitar is that it has to travel easily while not compromising the playability or sound too much. The shorte scale of a travel guitar means that the strings will inherently be looser, which means that it is easy to play with a heavier gauge set of guitar strings, which in turn means that it helps out the sound. The body of a travel guitar is ofcourse quite a bit smaller then that of a normal sized guitar. The tone a travel guitar makes is therefor more comparable to that of an Orchestra Model, well articulated and dynamic with a bright open sound. The low end of a travel guitar is the one area where a normal sized guitar is superior, this can partly be compensated by stringing the guitar with heavier gauge guitar strings.
SOLID SPRUCE TOP
Spruce provides an ideal balance between strength and flexibility, hence its overwhelming popularity as the wood of choice for tops of acoustic guitars. Spruce’s versatile sonic character makes it ideal for a variety of musical genres and playing styles.
MAHOGANY BACK & SIDES
The beloved mahogany wood has been a standard for back and sides on premium acoustics for many decades. The warm and well rounded low-end creates a basis for all music to reach it's audience. The mid-range is very strong and fullbodied, while the high-end is delicate and very pleasant.
|Body type:||Mini Auditorium|
|Width at nut:||43 mm|
|Machineheads:||Die cast, Chrome|
|Color:||Dark Cherry Burst|