Take Your Guitar Anywhere
Our Travel and Full Size Guitar models feature detachable necks, which enable the instrument to fold into a compact size.
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I bought a travel guitar, I work for the railroad and I travel a lot. I had been traveling with a full sized guitar. I fly 4 times a month and it gets to be overwhelming. This guitar sounds great and is easy to travel with, and I don’t have to worry about leaving it in my work truck or motorhome in the heat.
great experience overall love the thing
Love the guitar, just disappointed that I wasn't informed that the neck sleeve was on backorder until I reached out to let them know it wasn't in my shipment. They were very responsive on chat, but if something is on back order I shouldn't have to ask. The effort should be made to let customers know upfront and already have it noted who needs to be supplied the item, not 'thanks for reaching out. those are on back order. What's your address? we'll send it to you when they come in.' I appreciate it, but you should already be planning to send me what's known to be missing. We understand these things happen, especially since covid, but when it seems hidden from us, that feels a bit shady.
This guitar has really elevated my playing. At live gigs, it sounds every bit as good as my Baby Martin (I only use travel guitars in my busking). First time I used it live, it stayed perfectly in tune, despite high humidity, and changes in temperature (from mid-70's to mid-50's) Since I play almost exclusively outdoors this is going be my main guitar. Crystal clear highs and lows... Only 1 issue is that through the pickup, it is not as loud as my Baby Martin, or my Baby Taylor. But the adjustment was simple enough. I wish there was a built in tuner, but since, apparently I seem to need it so rarely, I suppose it is not an issue. It is very playable for my stubby, bass guitar playing fingers. All in all it is a step up. Except for the occasional passer by, who has commented that I should stick with my Martin, and that it sounds more "Acoustic". I'm not sure I agree with that, but no one has complained about the quality of sound. Some purists just seem enamored with the brand name of the guitar... I imagine that will change as Klos guitars become better known. They will... At the prices they are selling them for it is well worth making the change. I sometimes play in Less than "stellar" situations, and I can always use this guitar, if I ever needed to defend myself...aka.. Al-Kabong!!! I travel the south/southwest and play wherever I can for tips. Ive played where some musicians would never dream of, and it seems to be working out.
I was amazed at how many people didn't know what carbon fibre was to start with. Such a tiny little guitar with such a big sound. if your not looking at the player you wouldn't know that guitar was much smaller then a full size guitar. Now I'm curious to see what their full size sound like. The fret board is small, but still quite playable; just need some adjusting but it comes quickly. does it replace my Taylor acoustic, not it does not, but the Taylor stays home and this one travels with me. The full size has a potential to replace the Taylor, I might have a review on that later on.
I have had my Klos travel guitar for about a month now and loving it. its small and compact but doesn't feel to small when playing it! I leave in in my Trekking vehicle for all my mountain missions and its perfect for when you find your self in the middle of nature with some fresh inspiration! the guitar is surprisingly loud for its size, its a bit lacking on the base but that's to be expected, still cuts a nice tune!