Was very impressed with the product: this guitar has great tones, is easy to assemble and disassemble for compact travel, and wow is it ever durable! Looks killer too. Keep this one in my camper, the perfect fireside companion. Love it! highly recommend
Lightweight with a crisp sound! I really have fun playing it this. It comes apart easy - I’ve taken the neck off 2 or 3 times. Looks sharp. Can’t believe it’s not painted. Very cool gear.
I have both regular travel carbon and the travel full carbon and I live em both!! I’m so glad they did the full carbon travel, I wanted this from the moment I fell in love with Klos guitars. These are my travel and full time gigging guitars!! Big sound through the PA and perfect for living room gigs as well. Perfect balance! Throw some elixirs on it and GOOD TO GO! (Literally)
So excited to finally have this guitar in my hands. I opted for the extra sound port and it really BLASTS. I have the full size acoustic/electric as well, but I wanted something super portable and truly weatherproof. This is perfect for both keeping nearby to play on the couch or chairs that don't really fit a guitar, as well as around the campfire.
Just got it, it sounds very good, and everything is accurate!
I'd been working on writing a best-selling espionage fiction series for a decade, and when I finished, I wanted to get back to playing guitar. I already own a Martin, a Gibson (self-tuning), and a Fender, but the very idea of a graphite guitar was intriguing. I purchased the full graphite travel guitar, and was pleasantly surprised by its incredibly fast action, impeccable sound, and convenience. I love this guitar!
Carbon fiber is an infusion of the most durable fibers and the strongest resin, commonly used in the aerospace industry. This creates a lighter, more durable instrument, with more volume than a similarly sized wooden counterpart.
KLOS carbon fiber is never post-processed—our guitars are naturally beautiful without sanding, polishing or painting. This is the way they come out of the press. There will often be small marks, crease lines, or fiber distortions from this process, true hallmarks of a genuine carbon fiber guitar.