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Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Nylon Acoustic-Electric Travel Guitar w/ Gig Bag - Maple

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Your Price: $419.99 CDN
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When we say "compact", we mean it.

The Ultra-Light Nylon is the smallest, lightest full-scale classical acoustic/electric travel guitar ever made. Complete with a Shadow acoustic piezo pickup and a lightweight detachable lap rest frame, the guitar weighs just three pounds and is only 28" long.
You can plug the Ultra-Light into your favorite amp or recording device thanks to its Shadow acoustic piezo pickup and standard 1/4-inch output. The lap rest is detachable for easy transport, so guitar and bag fit easily in an airline overhead compartment

In-Body Tuning System
The proprietary In-Body Tuning System uses standard tuning machines relocated into the body, eliminating the need for a headstock. As a result, you'll have the same full-scale playing experience youre used to on an instrument that's 29% shorter and 20% lighter than a typical full size acoustic.

• Full 24 3/4" scale acoustic-electric travel guitar
• Fits in airline overhead bins
• Only 28" long and weighs 3 lb
• One-piece Eastern American Hard Maple neck-through-body design
• Features a Traveler Piezo Pickup with standard 1/4" output
• Includes gig bag, lap-rest and hanging strap

Audio Output: Standard 1/4" Jack
Batteries: N/A
Body & Neck: Eastern American Hard Maple
Body Thickness: 1.5"
Construction: Neck-Through Body
Electronics: Passive
Fingerboard: Black Walnut
Finish: Satin Natural Finish
Frets: 22-Medium
Hardware: Pearloid/Chrome 16:1 Gear Ratio
Pickup: Traveler Piezo
Scale Length: 24.75"
Strings: D'Addario PRO-ARTE EJ45
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