It's been a while since I bought some gear! Our group's next show is all acoustic, so that was a great excuse to get a travel sized guitar. I bought a Traveler AG-105 EQ. It looks like the Baby Taylor, but the company's name is actually Traveler. Although it's small, it has a 25.5 inch scale length. It doesn't have a headstock, and the tuning nuts are at the bottom. It's weird tuning with my right hand
It will be easier to see the size when it's next to a dreadnought.
It's an acoustic/electric, with some cool extra electronics. You can listen through headphones, and you can plug in an auxiliary device to play audio through the system. That allows you to hear through the headphones or amp/PA system. I like that for strumming along to actual songs. (Didn't say I do it well though.) It has a built in tuner, and some basic controls for headphone/amp listening.
And it comes with a gig back with a decent amount of storage space. The big pocket is big enough for a tablet, smaller pockets for capos, picks, etc.
So of course it sounds thin compared to a dreadnought, but it has a good sound for it's size. When put through an amp, you'd never know it was this small. Great for traveling or just practicing muscle memory drills.
A neighbor chopped down a Maple tree last year, and Ron a piece and has been drying it out all this time. He used that tree to make a frame for me. I think it keeps the "vintage" theme of the poster. It's got great watermarks in it too.