Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Electric Black B-Stock
Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Electric Black B-Stock
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When traveling is on the itinerary, pack the Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Electric. Measuring 28 inches long and weighing just over 3 pounds, it’s the smallest, lightest full-scale electric guitar ever made Read More
Travel-Friendly Guitar in Satin Black

When traveling is on the itinerary, pack the Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Electric. Measuring 28 inches long and weighing just over 3 pounds, it’s the smallest, lightest full-scale electric guitar ever made. It features an all-natural non-ebonized rosewood bound fingerboard, a fully adjustable Tune-o-matic bridge, and real mother-of-pearl inlay. The maple for the body and neck is sourced in the eastern United States and given a satin black finish, while the dual-rail humbucker pickup boasts some serious high gain output. Complete with chrome hardware, D’Addario EXL110 strings, and an in-body tuning system, the Ultra-Light Electric also has a removable lap rest for comfortable playing while seated.

Note: This drop is for new B-stock instruments with the original box and paperwork. 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 which will not affect playability. Quantities are limited to 85 units.

  • Traveler Guitar
  • Scale: 24.75 in (62.9 cm)
  • Pickups: Traveler dual-rail humbucker
  • Electronics: Passive
  • Audio output: Standard ¼ in (6.35 mm) jack
  • Body: Eastern American hard maple
  • Neck: Eastern American hard maple
  • Construction: Neck-through body
  • Finish: Satin black
  • Fingerboard: All-natural rosewood bound
  • Fingerboard inlays: All-natural real mother-of-pearl dots
  • Frets: 22 medium
  • Bridge: Tune-o-matic
  • Hardware: Chrome
  • Tuning ratio: 14:1 gear ratio (closed gear)
  • Neck width at nut: 1.75 in (4.4 cm)
  • Strings: D’Addario EXL110
  • Overall length: 28 in (71.1 cm)
  • Overall depth: 2 in (5.1 cm)
  • Body thickness: 1.5 in (3.8 cm)
  • Body width, with lap rest detached: 5.25 in (13.3 cm)
  • Gig bag dimensions: 30 x 6.4 x 3 in (76.2 x 16.3 x 7.6 cm)
  • Weight, guitar only: 3 lbs 2 oz (1.4 kg)
  • Weight, guitar in gig bag: 3 lbs 15 oz (1.8 kg)
  • Removable lap rest
  • Gig bag (with large pocket and multiple strap options)

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Nov 27, 2017 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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Might seem really obvious, but it would be a good idea to get something to try playing. If you're not going to get into lessons straight away, or at all, then pick up a beginner guitar book with some tabs. Also look online for tabs to some songs that might sound somewhat easy to you. Without anything to play, the guitar itself might be a bit much to look at. Knowing where to start is key. Not knowing what you're doing might deter you from playing. Simple chords are always good to start out with, also. I would recommend lessons though, because more often than not people get themselves into bad playing habits very easily and it's not so easy to break them. At the very least, try to look up what is 'good technique' and try to base your playing around that whilst keeping to something that feels comfortable. It's not all going to work for you, but there will be some things that will just click in your head as to why they're 'good technique'. Off the top of my head a few might be: how to properly hold a pick, keeping good posture, and how to hold the neck properly. Also, know that you're not going to be able to play everything first try. This really does take a lot of practice to master. I can definitely say that I haven't mastered it, and I've been playing (on and off) for around 9 years. Don't be discouraged by this! All the best guitar players started out at the same level just as we did. Keep focused and you'll get there. Anyway, that's just a few things that I try to focus on when I am playing. I hope that helps you at least a little bit. Good luck starting out :)