Traveler Guitar Ultra Light Electric Lefty Left-Handed Electric Guitar (Rosewood Fingerboard)
Why it's awesome
Thanks to the Ultra-Light Electric's high-output dual-rail humbucker and a standard 1/4-inch output, you can plug it directly into your favorite amp or recording device. Since it weighs just over 3 pounds and measures only 28 inches long, you can take the Ultra-Light Electric anywhere. The lap rest is detachable for easy transport, so guitar and bag fit easily in an airline overhead compartment.
In-Body Tuning System
Traveler’s 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 you're used to on an instrument that's 24% shorter and 29% percent lighter than a comparable full-sized guitar.
The Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Electric is the perfect solution for traveling players looking for the most compact guitar with a tradistional full-scale neck. Fits easily in airline overhead compartments in the included Deluxe Gig Bag.
- Full 24 3/4" scale electric travel guitar
- Fits in airline overhead bins. Only 28 in. long!
- One-piece Eastern American Hard Maple neck-through-body design
- 3 lbs. 2 oz. & 28" long
- Features a Dual-Rail Humbucker Pickup
- Includes gig bag
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Traveler Guitar’s roots date back to the inventor Leon Cox, who, as the website explains, “conceived and built the very first Traveler Guitar in his garage in Redlands, California in October of 1992”. Some of you might remember that, and how it utilised the diaphragm of a stethoscope in its body “to provide the player with a battery-free, private listening experience”.
To cut a long story short, by the end of the 90s demand was so high that Fender, no less, took on Traveler manufacturing in its Corona factory before it moved overseas a short while later. The very futuristic electric Speedster soon followed (and still remains the best-selling model), while our Travelcaster Deluxe was launched in 2017.
Traveler states that the Ultra-Light Series is “the smallest, lightest, full-scale travel guitar in the world” and we’re not going to argue. This headless design knocks a few more inches off the length - it measures just 28 inches - and the tuners are housed within the body (actually on two screwed-on blocks), while the strings pass over plastic rollers at the end of the minimal body, over a standard roller saddle tune-o-matic bridge and onto the aluminium anchor block placed behind the nut at the tip of the neck.
The body and neck are a single piece of maple, a shade under 20mm thick, capped with an unspecified rosewood-ish looking fingerboard. Strap buttons are provided as well as a push chromed metal leg rest for seated practice.
Feel and sounds
The Ultra-Light is a far from a conventional drive, even with its leg-rest inserted. While the neck and fretboard are quite normal like the Travelcaster, the lack of mass doesn’t make for a playing experience that’s any easier. Yes, you get used to it - up to a point - but it takes some time and a lot of adjustment.
Likewise, the tuning. The body-placed tuners aren’t the easiest to use and you really do need to stretch the strings. While doing so we broke one, and if you thought a Bigsby was a pain to restring, this in another level of pain altogether. There’s less body and sustain to the sound here, too, although, to be fair, the humbucker - with a nicely bright and spanky voice and certainly with some gain - resembles an electric guitar. Unusual, yes, but with the large choice of good sounding amp/effects apps, all you’re going to need is your smartphone.
There’s no shortage of down-sized travel guitars out there, or indeed unusual guitars made from oil cans or cigar boxes and the like, so Traveler is in good company. However, the compromise in both playing feel and sound may be just too much for all but the most dedicated practising player (who is faced with draconian carry-on rules or lack of car space thanks to the kids’ paraphernalia when you set off on your hols).
You could certainly pack the Ultra-Light into a small suitcase or carry bag... as long as you haven’t closed the airport because security thought you were carrying a weapon, of course.
If you need small - but not in-scale length, fret complement or neck feel - Traveler Guitar certainly has a big and diverse range of electrics, electros and even acoustics with which to tempt you.
Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Electric Guitar
Three pounds of pure playing fun.
The Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Electric is one of the smallest, lightest full-scale electric travel guitar ever made. Complete with a high-output dual-rail humbucker and a lightweight detachable lap rest frame, the guitar weighs three pounds and is only 28" long. The Ultra-Light fits into an included high-quality gig bag that stows easily in airline overhead compartments. The Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light is the perfect solution for traveling players looking for the smallest, lightest solution available.
- Neck Through Body: Eastern American Hard Maple
- Fingerboard: Black Walnut
- Frets: 22-medium
- Scale Length: 24-3/4"
- Fingerboard Inlays: Vintage Clay Style
- Neck Width at Nut: 1-3/4"
- Body Width: 5-1/4" (Lap-rest detached)
- Length: 28"
- Weight: 3lb.
- Pick-ups: Dual-Rail Humbucker
- Hardware: Chrome 14:1 Gear ratio (closed gear)
- Finish: Natural Satin Finish
- Includes custom gig bag
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