The Peavey Composer acoustic is a parlor style guitar. It has a scale length of 24.75" and is smaller in size than the popular dreadnought size guitar.
The popularity of parlor guitars peaked between the late 19th and early 20th century. Many blues and folk musicians used smaller-bodied guitars, which were often more affordable than other models.
The Peavey Composer parlor guitar features a spruce laminate top and offset sound hole. The small size produces a "mid-range" tone with good volume for its size. It has a satin finish, and a wide body cutaway scoop to the fifteenth fret that provides access to the upper frets.
With its included, back-style gig bag and light weight, the Peavey Composer is a great getaway guitar that makes travel easy and fun for any guitarist.