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Travel Guitar

A reader named Seth left me some good words in a comment or two so I followed the backlink to his website Etribe.com and was impressed by what I found: instructions and schematics for building your own travel guitar.

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Wade from Vagabond Journey.com
in Budapest, Hungary- July 30 2008
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“I envision a distributed production network where each person can build as little or as much of a guitar as they please, with minimal tools, and be compensated somehow through an online guitar/parts/bank, in either finished guitars, parts for guitars, money or other medium of exchange.”

-Seth from Etribe.com

These travel guitars are small, hollow bodied, light, do not have a headstock, and could easily fit into a rucksack. I have met many travelers who bind themselves down with big and bulky full scale guitars. I look at them and think about what a burden it must be to carry around something so large and unweildy, which invariable occupies the use of an entire hand and arm. Likewise, I also meet many wanderers who say that they would love to be able to travel with a guitar if they were not so bulky and large. It is my impression that Seth’s little travel guitars may be a good alternative to both scenarios.

Photo of the Etribe.com Travel Guitar.

Links to previous travelogue entries:
Hostel Life in Budapest
Bomb in Budapest
Chinese Four Tigers Market in Budapest

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Wade Shepard is the founder and editor of Vagabond Journey. He has been traveling the world since 1999, through 76 countries. He is the author of the book, Ghost Cities of China, and contributes to Forbes, The Diplomat, the South China Morning Post, and other publications. has written 3053 posts on Vagabond Journey. Contact the author.

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