From McPherson:

"The McPherson Touring guitar is a ¾-sized travel guitar that delivers a big sound in a small package. Though it is smaller than a standard acoustic, combining an offset sound hole, Cantilevered Neck, and McPherson’s patented carbon bracing system allows the soundboard to vibrate efficiently. The result is a full-bodied sound from a small, portable guitar. Pack it in the overhead bin, on the bus, or anywhere space is tight. With outstanding volume, warmth, and dynamic range, the Touring is the perfect travel companion, yet suited for the stage or studio."

Crafted in Sparta, WI., 3/4 size 4" deep body, Proprietary carbon fiber body with a gloss top, Carbon fiber bracing, Offset signature soundhole, 12” radius fingerboard on a C shaped neck, 22.75” scale length, 1.75″ width at the nut, L.R. Baggs Element Pickup system, Gotoh 510 Tuners, 4.0 pounds, With the Reunion Blues gig bag.

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ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Carbon Series Touring Travel Guitar with Gold Hardware
Categories
Fretboard Material
  • Carbon Fiber
String Type
  • Steel
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Active Preamp
  • Yes
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Sides Material
  • Carbon Fiber
Top Material
  • Carbon Fiber
Pickup
  • Undersaddle Piezo Pickup
Back Material
  • Carbon Fiber
Color Family
  • Black
Body Shape
  • Travel
Number of Frets
  • 19

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Dave's Guitar Shop

La Crosse, WI, United States
Sales:29,849
Joined Reverb:2013

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