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CARBON FIBER and DURABLE: Take your guitar on your next trip, whether it’s camping, hiking or traveling to a place you’ve never been with this travel-sized guitar made out of durable carbon fiber, composite material that will not warp or crack over time unlike wood instruments. Carbon fiber has a very high strength to weight ratio, which means it’s tough, resonant, and resistant to temperature and humidity changes.
SOUND: The KLOS Travel guitar has rich, loud and resonant with a nice balanced tone. KLOS guitars compare to acoustic guitars from all the top wood and carbon fiber brands. Carbon fiber has a different resonance than wood, which makes the Travel have its own distinct and beautiful tone.
VERSATILE: At just 2.88 lbs, the KLOS Carbon Fiber Travel Acoustic Guitar is the ultimate instrument suitable for both experts and beginners. While the KLOS Travel is a compact and small guitar, it boasts a full scale length with easy access to the upper frets that compliments a comfortable fingerboard width and body size. Our design makes the Travel a great guitar for adults and kids.
UNIQUE and REMOVABLE NECK: Disconnect the neck in seconds by removing 4 screws. KLOS Guitars makes the only hybrid carbon fiber acoustic guitar with a premium mahogany neck. Our patented gig bag design allows the guitar to be worn like a backpack when assembled or disassembled to easily take on your next outdoor adventure. KLOS guitars are proudly designed and assembled in the USA!
FULL KIT: Buy on Amazon to receive a full kit including a custom made gig bag, high-end cotton and leather no-slip guitar strap, custom neck sleeve for guitar neck protection, a custom fitted gig bag rain cover, a KLOS branded screwdriver for easy guitar disassembly, a KLOS branded aluminum capo, and a hex wrench for adjusting the neck truss rod.