Traveler Guitar Pro Series

6-String Guitar

Made by Traveler Guitar

Description This is a Steinberger type guitar, except it only ways 4 pounds. It has 22 frets, a single coil magnetic pickup, a piezo under the bridge. 22 frets, neck through body, with a collapsable support leg. A stethescope headset for quiet listening/practice.
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On 3/23/2002, Inactive Member posted:
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This guitar is without peer. I would definately replace it if it were stolen.

They are making a guitar with a faux top so you can rest your arm... this will make the rest of the world happy!

I'm just glad that I can practice anytime I want to now!
Model Year: 2001
Price: $260.00
Where Obtained: Ebay
This guitar is now made by Fender. The neck is made through the body and is made of rock maple. There are 22 frets and 6 strings. There is one switch and 2 volume switches. The switch selects single coil, piezo or both. You can use a stereo Y jack so you can isolate the single coil and pieze acoustic pickup. There is a single, single coil pickup in what should be the neck position. The finish is natural and the body style is a headless, body less, string around body bridge with standard non-locking tuners that can be tuned through the body. This is a small travel guitar that has a full sized neck. The guitar is only 28 inches long, 4 pounds and about 6 inches wide. For a full sized picture go to
The action on this guitar is phenominal. I swapped out the phosphor bronze strings with nickel wound XL10s and I really can't tell the difference when playing this guitar from when I play a Strat style guitar. The body can be a little ackward and can... no will take some getting used to.
Sound Quality:
Now for the fun... a friend of mine used this on stage with their very successful cover band last night. It really sounded good. He used this through a Peavey 5150 head and the sound was great. In reality though, this is a practice guitar. It is meant to be used for silent practice. Anything else that you do with it is an added bonus. It has a stethephone headphone that really lets you hear the acoustic quality of this guitar and it is very good for what it is.
This guitar is design for travel. It is designed to live in overhead compartments of airplanes, trunks of cars (except in extreme heat), desk drawers at work. The intonation is great and I have not had to make any adjustments and I have put it through some vast changes since I've had it.