I have small hands and I am at a stage in my life where I move house (and often country!) a lot, so I was looking for a 3/4 size guitar that I could use as my main acoustic. I tested some Little Martin and Baby Taylor guitars in central London guitar shops and I wasn't particularly happy with any of them - the weight of the electro-acoustic Little Martin guitars was too heavy and the Baby Taylor guitars were far too bright for my liking. I also did not want to spend over £500 on the Mahogany electro-acoustic Little Martin (the Ed Sheeran special edition) which the man working in the guitar shop recommended to me. So I took a look online for alternatives. I found the Sigma Traveller range (see here http://www.sigma-guitars.com/index.php?id=348) and I thought I would take a punt. As Sigma Guitars used to be owned by C.F. Martin & Co. this guitar uses exactly the same blue print as the Little Martin range. The only difference in appearance is that the wood feels slightly worse quality when it is touched. However, when I tested this guitar I loved the sound and I immediately fell in love. With these guitars sometimes selling for half the price of the Little Martin range, these are, in my opinion, the best value high-quality 3/4 electro-acoustic guitars on the market.
Very pratical guitar, I can take it anywhere I want and play small gigs without any problem. Even with the small size, the sound is pretty loud for the category