The Snapaka is our smallest acoustic bodied instrument and is our answer to one of the most difficult questions when choosing a travel guitar. Do you prioritise acoustic sound, or packing space? The Snapaka ticks both boxes
Using our polycarbonate with aluminium center block design for strength and stability, the two f holes give a decent amount of projection and lively acosuitc character while the removable wings mean the guitar can be packed down into the smallest space possible.
This is pared up with out patented pivoting neck, the 24" scale 44mm nut width keeps things compact without comprimising on playability, and a passive piezo pickup for if you want to kick things up a notch. An additional passive volume control can be added if you want to have more control over volume on stage.
The Snapaka is ideal for long trips round the world, or quick city breaks. Where will you take yours?
Body: Polycarbonate and wood laminate composite w/ Aluminium center block
Neck: Maple w/ Maple board. 24" scale; 12" radius
Frets: 20 Nickel-Silver Frets w/ zero fret
Nut width: 44mm w/ captive nut. String spacing - 39mm Nut, 54mm Saddle
Pickups: Passive Piezo undersaddle pickup
Bridge: Polymer bridge w/ plastic saddle
Tuners: Locking tuners, 18:1 gear ratio, chrome
Dimensions (Folded): W: 17cm D: 17cm L: 54 cm
Carry Bag: Included