FAQ

Right now, we are only selling on our website

The body and soundboard are made from carbon fiber, and the neck and bridge are made from wood. See our Guitars section to read more about the specs. 

Sound is very subjective. We don't claim that carbon fiber sounds better or worse than wood, it just sounds different. Our customers have told us consistently that their KLOS guitar is much louder than they would have expected. Because carbon fiber is so strong, it requires less internal bracing, which allows it to resonate more freely.  We recommend reading our customers' reviews on Google or Facebook, as well as watching some of our demos in our Videos section. Smaller guitars should not be compared to normal size (ie full size) guitars because the smaller cubic volume itself has limitations, independent of material composition.   

Carbon fiber is used to build airplanes, car parts, hockey sticks, tennis rackets, high-end bicycles, golf clubs, and many more parts that undergo much more stress than a guitar ever experiences. See our Carbon Fiber section to read more. Essentially carbon fiber is a combination of the most durable weave fabric and the strongest epoxy glue. The two infuse together to create an incredibly hard, solid, strong and light material that some people call carbon fiber, others composite or graphite. 

No it will not! We install metal inserts into the neck, so the screws actually screw into metal, not into wood. This allows practically an unlimited lifetime of assembling and disassembling of your guitar, without having to worry about wear and tear. 

Please visit our store for all of our pricing information. 

Damage will be assessed on an individual level. Depending on the situation, a replacement guitar may be supplied to the customer.

Yes! We currently ship to all countries.

Standard International Shipping costs between $95 and $109 but depends on the specific country.

Most of our international customers have had to pay customs on their guitar, however, you should consult your country's customs page to see what tax you need to pay on imported goods. 

Right now we only make the dreadnought version seen throughout the site. 

Yes! You can select Righty or Lefty when you add any guitar to your cart. There is no additional cost for a lefty model. 

Please read our return policy.

We recommend going no higher than .012-.053 gauge strings. We guarantee that strings no higher than .012-.053 gauge will not damage your guitar. We equip every guitar that we ship out with D'Addario Custom Light .011-.052 gauge strings. 

Send us an email at klosguitars@gmail.com with your pitch and we'll begin a private conversation. 

Although we have gotten a KLOS guitar in some promotional videos, we do not recommend getting your KLOS guitar wet. The strings are metal, the neck and bridge are wood 

It is very easy to attach and detach. It's just detuning the strings and removing four screws. It takes about a couple of minutes. The screws go into metal inserts which we install in the neck, so there is no wear and tear over time. You could do it as often as you like, but will find that you will keep it mostly assembled because it's already so small. 

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