Inspired by over six decades of heritage and tradition, the all-new Traveler Guitar Travel caster is a full 25 1/2” scale electric travel guitar. At just 5 lbs. 3 oz. And an overall length of 33. 75 in. , the Travel caster emphasizes portability without sacrificing playability.
It comes equipped with 3 single coil pickups, 1 volume control, 2 Tone controls, a 5-way pickup selector, and chrome 14: 1 gear ratio tuners.
The 3-on-a-side headstock and 2-point fulcrum tremolo make for far better tuning stability while the steel saddle and bone nut produce more sustain and better tone.
The Travel caster also boasts traditional guitar features like 22 medium jumbo frets, poplar body, and a maple neck. It also comes complete with a deluxe Traveler Guitar gig bag.
Available in a classic gloss Black with HD catalpa fingerboard and retro surf Green with Maple fingerboard, the Travel caster pays tribute to the past while also offering an innovative and forward-thinking portable solution for guitarists on-the-go.
The company made the product completely portable making it extremely light weight for the convenience of customers. The Traveler Guitar has created a cool lineup of travel instruments that actually features full sized necks.
Throw in your backpack or into your large suitcase, pack a small amp and you are set.
The guitar set costs between 250$ and 300$ with decent quality packaging and includes all the accessories within in. Also the shipping is free of cost.
You don’t have to extra charges that adds up to the cost of the guitar. The rate is fixed. However, can vary in different parts of the world.
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While you wont get a full blown acoustic experience, the build and playable quality is pretty solid enough to warrant not being bored or frustrated with, no sharp edges, no horrible not staying in tune, or sticky frets and excessive buzz.
The portability of this is astounding, and works great as a practice guitar for when you can't play a full one is a real plus. You have a full scale neck, and when you plug in, you can really put the guitar to recording or amplification use via modeling or effects. It's shipped with extra light 10s and I think heavier gauges would not be ideal for this. But in contrast the light strings make for a bit of a fast play, electric like in feel and will definitely keep you engaged.
The cons are just what you sacrifice to have easy access to a guitar to play on and transport. Not comfortable back bracing, a diving neck (but then it's not heavy really), a metal attachment that digs in a bit. Get a simple strap hook up and your problems are solved. Also as a tip, it's a simple guitar, if you find a blemished one or a sale at a good price it's a stupid good deal, and are you going to really care if something like this is banged up to begin with? Makes for a lot of fun, and a chance to play/practice anywhere