Lapstick on the road

Recently took my Lapstick on vacation – see iPod for size. It even fits right inside my smallish suitcase! I spent a lot of time with it on my mini-break learning some fiendishly difficult Allan Holdsworth licks – made easier by the Lapstick’s short scale length.

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2 Responses to “Lapstick on the road”

  1. That’s pretty sweet!
    How is it working out for you sound wise?

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  2. […] Lapstick of course was my constant companion. Consider this July’s ‘have Lapstick will travel’ entry.  I brought it to London as managed to get a decent amount of playing time in on it. I’ve been trying to play different scales from the same root e.g. C Major, C Minor, C Melodic Minor, C Dorian etc. and trying to focus on the notes that differ, e.g. a flat 3, or flat 7 etc.  P.S. I have a lot of Lapstick posts. I do not endorse or work for Lapstick. It’s just that sometimes when you find a killer product you become a natural evangelist for it. I think Lapstick is the best travel guitar out there for me and am considering getting another one. Also, when you travel a lot, your travel guitar can (gulp!) become your main guitar!  Learned the head for Dave Brubeck’s ‘Take Five’ which one of my buddies wants to jam on soon. […]

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