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Travel guitars, Yamaha and ALP - ฿23,000 (Khao Tao)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Yamaha and ALP
model name / number: SLN 200, ALP 150
size / dimensions: Standard

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The pictures are terrible I know, but the guitars are excellent. I don't need to sell these, but I never play them anymore and would be happier if there were being played and enjoyed.

I will sell them together or separately. I am flexible on price.

- Yamaha SLG200n - I paid 24,000 (2019) Will sell for 14,000
- ALP AD80 - I paid 17,000 (2019) Will sell for 9000

The Yamaha is a nylon string silent travel guitar, and also an electric guitar. It's quite well known and highly ranked in its genre. Perhaps it is the best in its class. It is in excellent condition, no obvious marks or scratches etc. It comes with a power supply, or can be used with 2 AA batteries, including rechargeable ones. Controls include, volume, bass, treble, reverb, mic, and another or two. I have the original travel case and I also bought a guitar bag to store it in, so I don't have to keep assembling it every time I play. It only takes a minute, but it's the wear on parts that I wanted to protect. It has a built in tuner. You can read about it here.

https://www.musicradar.com/reviews/guitars/yamaha-slg200n-624633

The ALP is a steel string electric silent guitar in excellent condition and has hardly been played. I check it every few months and wipe it down with a soft cotton cloth. It has an ebony fretboard, which I am not sure they still use on these. It is quite stunning from the technological perspective. Very compact and yet with a full length fretboard. Take it anywhere easily, play anytime. One need not have excuses to practice with either of these. They can be played with headphones, are designed to, in fact. I took the ALP to a cafe and played once (to myself). It was great. You can read about it here. The mechanisms are cool. The batteries are internal rechargable.

https://reverb.com/item/25275285-alp-ad-80-foldable-headless-travel-guitar-built-in-headphone-amplifier-with-gig-bag


I bought these both because I travelled a lot for business and I wanted to leverage the layovers, but that was right before COVID, so I never actually travelled with either. I have played the Yamaha more than the ALP. I have never used any oils or cleaning products on either.

There is a very slight indentation on the headstock of the Yamaha, which one needs to work to see, and a small discoloration on the steel upper frame of the ALP. Also, the fabric in the ALP case has yellowed a little, and there is very slight scuffing on the back of the bag from having slid the case on and off a wooden shelf a few times. The cases are otherwise perfect for both.

As noted, I don't need to sell, but perhaps there is someone out there for whom these would bring enjoyment. Happy to entertain stories.

Thanks

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