I have always taken a guitar on holiday (classical / folk). It has occasionally led to interesting meetings, sessions - even concerts! However, airlines are becoming more and more difficult about taking a guitar - golf clubs - no problem, but a guitar; no.I have spent loads of time looking for travel guitars, but most of them were terrible! The worst part is that being a classical guitar player, I am used to a reasonably wide neck. I have not found a single travel guitar with a neck wider than about 43mm, for me unplayable!Last year, my wife and I took a trip to Australia for the first time. Taking a guitar would have been VERY difficult - we had a total of 11 flights. I spent most of the 6 weeks suffering withdrawal symptoms and scrounged guitars whenever possible. In Cairns, I took over a street singers spot for a few minutes whilst he had a drag! For the very last week of our stay, I was able to borrow a small guitar from a friend. It made quite a difference!So, I decided to make an "EasyJet" guitar - ie one which fits into an EasyJet cabin bag. I purchased, from eBay, a really crappy guitar (so that I would not feel too bad if it all went wrong!). It was a parlour sized instrument, made of plywood and didn't sound particularly good. It also had a very narrow neck. I sliced straight through the neck just below the 12th fret, and set about designing a suitable hinge. EBay to the rescue and I found some relatively cheap hinges which just about fitted the bill. I had to cut the hinge down a bit, but at the end of the day, I had a folding guitar. I spent some time with the nut trying to get some more neck width, and also spent some time shaving the neck joint to make the action acceptable.I modified the tuning head to make it a bit smaller - and at the end of the day - it worked. It was not fun to play because of the neck, but it did fold up and fit into an EasyJet bag, so I was able to take it on a holiday to Egypt without worrying. Whilst there I played a bit, and showed to two of the professional guitarists booked for the evening entertainment. They were very impressed!So, I'm now moving on to the Mark II, but am having real trouble finding a small guitar (perhaps a parlour guitar) with an acceptably wide neck. I have been scouring eBay regularly - all with no success. I am contemplating building one from scratch; at leas that way I could blame nobody but myself it it didn't sound good!So, perhaps someone out there has a parlour or other small guitar, with a neck width of 48mm or more, which they would like to part with, preferably not a particularly valuable guitar as I would hate to be reponsible for wrecking such an instrument.I wait with hope but not much expectation!Happy playingDavePS I can send photos of my prototype if anyone is interested.