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Traveler Guitar Sonic L-22 Electric Travel Guitar  Sunburst 

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Don't let the headstock fool you. The Traveler Guitar Sonic L-22 may look like a traditional guitar, but its packed with advanced Traveler Guitar fea...Read More

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Traditional construction with advanced Traveler Guitar features.

Don't let the headstock fool you. The Traveler Guitar Sonic L-22 may look like a traditional guitar, but its packed with advanced Traveler Guitar features, including a full 24 ¾ scale and our newly redesigned onboard headphone amplifier. Plug in headphones or your favorite amp and cycle through clean, boost, overdrive and distortion tones using the custom tap-pot.

The Sonic L-22 is equipped with two-full sized humbuckers, a 3-way selector, and traditional tuning machines. In addition, the Sonic L-22 includes an aux-in jack so you can play along with your favorite tracks. Deluxe gig bag included; fits in airline overhead compartments.

FEATURES
  • Scale Length: 24-3/4"
  • Electronics: 3-way pickup selector, Volume/Blend/Volume
  • Pickup(s): Traveler Guitar Adjustable Bridge Piezo Pickup and Alnico Dual-Coil
  • Body: Eastern American Hard Maple
  • Neck: Eastern American Hard Maple
  • Construction: Neck-through-body
  • Finish: Black Satin Finish
  • Fingerboard: Ebonized Rosewood
  • Fingerboard Inlays: Vintage Clay Dots
  • Frets: 22 Medium
  • Hardware: Chrome 14:1 Gear ratio (Closed gear)
  • Neck Width at Nut: 1-3/4"
  • Strings: D™Addario EXL110
  • Overall Length: 28"
  • Overall Depth: 2"
  • Body Thickness: 1-1/2"
  • Body Width: 5-1/4" (Lap-rest and arm-rest stowed)
  • Gig Bag LxWxH: 30" x 9-1/2" x 4-1/2"
  • Weight: 4 lb. 1 oz.
  • Weight in gig bag: 4 lb. 12 oz.
  • Audio Output: Standard 1/4" jack
  • Model #: PRO MODX

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Traveler GuitarSonic L-22 Electric Travel Guitar
 
3.0

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3.0

Not at this price!

By Scotty

from Shingle Springs, CA

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Pros

    Cons

    • Flat Sound
    • Poor Quality Craftsmanship

    Best Uses

      Comments about Traveler Guitar Sonic L-22 Electric Travel Guitar:

      From two, 3 star reviews I've read, I wouldn't touch it with a ten foot pole. There are too many shortcomings (no pun intended) at this price. I'd rather buy a 350 buck Epi that plays and sounds like a 2000 buck Gibson. It's a far better sense of economy. If you can't even play it sitting comfortably in a recliner, I'd rather play catch with it. After all. From what I can tell, it's nothing but a glorified toy. I'll be spending my hard earned money on something a bit more sensible. There may be a sucker born every minute, but it ain't gonna be me.

       
      3.0

      They are gettinf better

      By PG

      from NYC

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      Pros

      • Full Scale
      • Good size and weight

      Cons

      • Awkward balance
      • Must have batteries

      Best Uses

        Comments about Traveler Guitar Sonic L-22 Electric Travel Guitar:

        This is my second Traveler. I didn't like the tuning machines in the body on the last one, and i didn't like the feel of the neck either. On the Sonic, there are standard tuners in the head-stock. Much better. What you give up in length you gain in usability. The neck is better, too. It's no Les Paul feel, but very playable. With the tiny body the guitar will never 'sit' right. I'm forever trying to get comfortable and balanced with it, either sitting or standing, but it's 5 lbs, so again, you gain what you give up. Plugging headphones directly in it is great, but I wish it didn't need batteries when being plugged straight into an amp, a fully by-pass mode would be perfect. And the 'step thru' 4 position selector is awkward too. You can't go from 'boost' back to 'normal' without stepping thru the two overdrive positions. And both overdrives are way too much for me. But if size and weight are the main reasons for owning it, it's well made and fully functional.

         
        3.0

        Good Small Travel Guitar

        By DTF

        from Tennesseed

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        Pros

        • Fun To Play
        • Good Tone

        Cons

        • Active Pickups, Batter Dependant
        • Sharp Fret Ends

        Best Uses

        • Jamming
        • Practicing

        Comments about Traveler Guitar Sonic L-22 Electric Travel Guitar:

        As a owner of a Speedster Traveler I was looking forward to more options with the dual pickups. What I was not aware of in the description is that the guitar will not send a signal if the battery is dead or missing due to the active electronics. This may not be an issue for you but I use a Boss BR-80 when I travel and don't need the built in effects. The fret work on this particular guitar seemed unfinished. The fret ends at the edge of the fingerboard were sharp enough to make me think that I could cut myself if I slid my hand down the neck to fast. This is an inexpensive guitar so I really cant fault the quality of the fretwork considering the price. Other Traveler guitars that I have played and own are great players with good fretwork and finger boards. The build quality of the rest of the instrument is quite good. I gave it 3 stars based on the poor fretwork and the lack of mentioning the active electronics in the description. Traveler guitars with the version one (V1) headphone amp and no headphone amp have passive pickups and therefore don't require a battery to work.

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