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Old 12-22-2017, 03:54 PM
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Check out the Kenny Hill Players series. They are the best bang for the buck in nylon string guitars.
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Old 12-22-2017, 10:12 PM
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I didn't mean that they were actually travel guitars, only that they are not full sized classical guitars with a cutaway.
They are smaller and thinner body.
Unless I am mistaken?
Basically, yes.

Cordoba Orchestra Fusion and fit it with hard strings.

As royd suggests, the Kenny Hill Player series would possibly more closely meet your desires, but there's a whole lot more of the Cordobas available. For the price differance it might be interesting to see if anyone could tell a difference in a blind-folded test.
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If you can find one (they are missing from the Taylor website), a Taylor 114ce-N or 214ce-N.
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