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A great travel guitar with upgraded electronics.
The Breedlove Passport C250/CMe, T travel guitar is inspired by the Custom Shop C25 shape and voice. The C25 shape is highly versatile and efficient. This travel acoustic electric guitar has a short scale length and is tuned to A. The balanced, full sound of the C25 Passport is now ready to be your travel companion without sacrificing tone or feel.
The travel acoustic guitar replaces the older Passport C25, T with upgraded electronics and lighter weight bracing in the top and back for increased resonance. Enjoy the Passport Tuner VTC pickup with the backlit chromatic tuner and easy to read tuning indicator. Breedlove has also moved the 9V battery to the endpin area. This Breedlove travel guitar is a great complement to your full size instruments in an ensemble setting. Easy to play, fun to take out. Includes gig bag.
Enjoy the convenience of practicing on the road!
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Comments about Breedlove Passport C250/CMe, T Travel Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
Nice guitar it looks a little plain when I first got it but the sound was spot on. I had to get use to the cedar top on the guitar, the sound was something I was not use to but the more I've played it the better it keeps sounding. no problem with it staying in tune. the tunner that comes with the guitar is great. I am currently deployed in Afghanistan at the time. and play this guitar everyday. the sound that it produces in my tight living space is really good
the only problem that I have with this guitar is that the action was set way too wich is kind of a problem with me because the only thing that I have to adjust the bridge is a file on a multi tool. but this was some thing that I do with all my guitars. (adjust the action)
the Guitar is worth the value, just based on the sound alone and the craftmanship