I agree. My Soloette has been with me to most of the lower 48 state. I bought it in 2002. Today (I no longer travel for work), it stays in a cabinet in my office so I can practice at lunch.Laudiesdad69 wrote: ↑Thu Jul 27, 2017 3:51 amI suggest that you order a Soloette. The original, and still the best, silent guitar. It comes with a really good travel bag, fits in the overhead storage, and is better constructed than the rest. It's also the most expensive silent guitar, but prices have come down a good bit. You can order one from Roscoe Wright's (inventer/luthier) website. He's a great luthier, and a great guy. I believe his electronics on the Soloette are proprietary. The build quality is much better than say, for example, Yamaha.
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