An interesting new (as far as I know) approach to the travel guitar world, this is a small body with a full scale neck. The limiting factor to many mini guitars is that the size of the neck is in proportion to the size of the body, resulting in a tone that is compromised by the shorter scale. Contrary to popular belief, smaller bodies do not have inferior tone, in fact they can have very special qualities, and the full scale neck will bring all those beautiful sounds out. Of course, the Brazilian rosewood doesn't hurt. The top is Port Orford Cedar, binding is cocobolo.