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Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Ukulele Natural 

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Weighing just 1 pound 6.5 ounces and measuring only 18” in length, the Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Ukulele literally fits in your back pocket — or in...Read More

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An ultra-compact instrument for travel and practice with a built-in pickup system.

Weighing just 1 pound 6.5 ounces and measuring only 18” in length, the Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Ukulele literally fits in your back pocket — or in your laptop bag or suitcase—not to mention the included high-quality gig bag. Its solid body construction allows you to practice quietly anywhere, while the built-in custom piezo sounds great through your favorite amplifier.

Any conventional Ukulele strings you chose will work. The Ultra-Light comes equipped with GHS H-T10 Ukulele Strings. The Ultra-Light Ukulele has a standard 1/4" output jack connected to a Shadow under saddle acoustic piezo pickup. The Ultra-Light is constructed using a solid piece of Eastern American Hard Maple and comes equipped with a Shadow acoustic piezo pickup under the saddle.

Each Traveler Guitar comes with a custom-built gig bag designed to protect your instrument wherever you take it! Gig bags feature heavy-duty zipper closures, shoulder straps, and rugged nylon construction.

FEATURES
  • Eastern American hard maple neck-through-body design
  • Ebonized rosewood fingerboard
  • 17 medium frets
  • 15" scale length
  • White dot fingerboard inlays
  • 1-3/8" neck width at nut
  • Body thickness: 3/4"
  • Overall depth: 2"
  • Overall length: 18"
  • Weight: 1 lb. 7 oz.
  • Shadow piezo pickup
  • Chrome 14:1 Gear ratio (closed gear) tuners
  • Natural satin finish
  • Includes gig bag

Strengthen your uke chops everywhere. Order today.

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Traveler GuitarUltra-Light Ukulele
 
3.0

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1.0

Disappointment

By Kaman Fan

from Northeast, USA

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Pros

    Cons

    • Poor Tone Quality

    Best Uses

      Comments about Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Ukulele:

      I had high hopes for this ukulele, but was disappointed. The G and E strings had fret buzz that could not be cured by a tech. Sent it back, and am hoping the replacement is not plagued by fret buzz. Wish me luck.

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      5.0

      Surprising

      By Redbrew

      from Raleigh, NC

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Consistent
      • Good feel
      • Good Tone
      • Long Life
      • Strong

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • Practicing

      Comments about Traveler Guitar Ultra-Light Ukulele:

      I have never bothered to write a review before and I have bought more than 20K in guitars and ukes from GC.

      I currently have a very expensive Martin soprano and an aNueNue Oahu Koa III Tenor Ukulele. I bought this as a practice instrument for my office because it is relatively quiet. It has a great solid feel to it and even though it is the size and tone of a soprano, it has string spacing like a tenor. It is actually a joy to play. So much so that I bring it home on the weekends despite having the other two at many times the value.

      On top of that... It is an awesome electric uke. I really get a kick out of playing it with guitar effects in a guitar amp.

      Highly recommend even for beginning players.

      As to the size, having struggled with holding a soprano uke, I find the lack of a head a fingering advantage over having a head in the way. I can't explain it, but it is easy to hold as well.

      I really think this is a sleeper instrument. It is so much better than anyone would expect. I think a natural player would make people cry with this instrument.

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