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First, let's have a look at the Stewart Electric Travel Guitar.
Next up is the Anygig AGE.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|Stewart Electric Travel Guitar||Anygig AGE|
| + Incredibly compact size for transit.|
+ Forward thinking design concept.
+ Regular guitar with an assemble yourself attitude.
| + Affordably priced model.|
+ Distinctly compact body.
+ Tune-o-matic hardware.
+ Humbucking pick-up.
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|It is a rather unusual solution, which undoubtedly impacts the footprint of the instrument, nearly halving it altogether.||It is another very different take on a travel guitar, it is unbelievably small and the manufacturers have included a detachable rest for extra comfort as these atypical instruments take a little getting used to. It is genuinely mind-boggling how much you can cut out and still get a jam-tastic travel worthy instrument, this little guy weighs just 1.4kgs which is practically unbeatable.|
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