The Traveler Guitar AG-200EQ is 20 percent smaller and 36 percent lighter than a full-size acoustic-electric—all while preserving the full-scale playing experience. It features the company’s Streamline tuning system, along with a modified traditional bracing pattern that creates more volume and presence than you’d expect from such a travel-friendly instrument. The Shadow preamp works through headphones and comes equipped with a built-in tuner, while the aux-in allows you to plug into your amp, mixer, or music device. Finished in glossy black with contrasting white binding, the AG-200EQ weighs just under 6 pounds with the included gig bag and fits easily into airline overhead compartments.
Note: This drop is for new B-stock instruments. Traveler Guitar has very stringent quality-control procedures, and a tiny imperfection in the finish can qualify a guitar for B-stock. These guitars may have minor cosmetic imperfections that will not affect playability. This drop is limited to 8 units.
Inventor Leon Cox built the very first Traveler Guitar in his garage workshop in Redlands, California, in 1992, using old tuning machines, spare conduit, and wood salvaged from a discarded bar top. The first model was sold in the local music store and on sales trips throughout California and Arizona. Today, Traveler Guitar’s product line includes a range of electric and acoustic guitars, available in 30 countries worldwide.
Estimated ship date is Oct 18, 2016 PT.
Payment will be collected at checkout. After this product run ends, orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final.