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Hi Folks,

A lovely lady at my work who dabbles in acoustic has a nice Martin, but wants something a bit smaller and cheaper she can carry around. GS mini, Parlour size, baby Taylor, that kind of thing. Anything out there?

Cheers!

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As it turns out... yes.

Is it to travel with or to play out?

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I bought a Cort acoustic that is a perfect second guitar. Easy to play, pickup and built in tuner. $600. Not a brand I would have sought out but it’s a great little guitar.
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Thanks all - I'll pass the details on!

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