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Composite Acoustics Cargo ELE Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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A travel size instrument that sounds like a full size guitar? Impossible! Our Cargo is comfortable to play anywhere, from the forests of Oregon to th...Click To Read More About This Product
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The ideal travel companion.
A travel size instrument that sounds like a full size guitar? Impossible! Our Cargo is comfortable to play anywhere, from the forests of Oregon to the foothills of the Catskill mountains, and even in your favorite armchair. Finely appointed and incredibly durable, the Cargo is ready when you are. It easily fits airline overheads or anywhere space is tight. It's a portable guitar with the playability, sound and satisfaction of a full size guitar.
- All Composite Acoustically Tailored construction for ultimate tone, durability and versatility
- Impervious to climate for consistent performance, wherever you go
- 22.75" scale length
- 14 fret to the body Carbon fiber neck for consistent playability (no truss rod adjustments needed, EVER!)
- Proprietary carbon fiber bridge and saddle materials for maximum sound transfer
- Rigid one-piece neck/body construction for long-term stability
- 15 degree headstock pitch
- Offset sound hole with integrated top bracing technology™ (IBT™)
- Ultra-Precise tuning machines with 18:1 ratio
- Handcrafted in the USA by skilled technicians and craftsmen
- Proprietary Reinforced Polymer Fretboard with 21 medium stainless steel frets, top dots & side dots
- Available in high gloss Carbon Burst, Solid Red, Solid Blue, Solid Metallic Charcoal, Solid White or in our Satin Back RAW carbon fiber top finish.
- Ships with Elixr® Nanoweb® strings, .012-.053
- CA gig bag included
What could be better than a low maintenance travelmate? Order today.
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Comments about Composite Acoustics Cargo ELE Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
Despite the very short scale which should have made it lower tension and easier to fret, it was uncomfortable because of too much clearance at the first fret. This also made the G# on the G string sound annoyingly sharp. I've got a guitar with a regular 25.5" scale length that frets better. Maybe a set-up would have fixed everything, but one expects a carbon fiber guitar to arrive with a good set-up.
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