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With its unique modern-retro look and detachable tear-drop arm support, the Speedster represents a design revolution in travel guitars. In addition t...Click To Read More About This Product

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Killer tone in an incredibly portable, flash package!

With its unique modern-retro look and detachable tear-drop arm support, the Speedster represents a design revolution in travel guitars. In addition to its compact size and portability, the Speedster is built for performance with a high-output dual-rail humbucker pickup, a unique roller-style bridge, and volume and tone controls. With the arm support detached for travel, the whole package fits neatly inside a high quality gig bag (included) and is small enough to stow in airline overhead compartments. The Traveler Speedster is great for the rocker on the run!

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FEATURES
  • Full 24-3/4" scale
  • 4 1/2 pounds light and only 28" long
  • Fits easily in airline overhead compartments
  • Dual-rail humbucker
  • Volume and tone controls
  • Upper armrest detaches for travel
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Traveler GuitarSpeedster Travel Electric Guitar
 
4.7

(based on 46 reviews)

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89%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good feel (8)
  • Fun to play (7)
  • Good pick up (5)
  • Good tone (4)
  • Solid electronics (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Practicing (7)
  • Jamming (4)
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Most Liked Positive Review

 

This is a *FUN* guitar!

I had been shopping for a travel-worthy guitar after seeing my $$$ strat case take beating after beating, even in the airlines' Fragile luggage service. (I think that they give the fragile...Read complete review

I had been shopping for a travel-worthy guitar after seeing my $$$ strat case take beating after beating, even in the airlines' Fragile luggage service. (I think that they give the fragile cases an extra toss just for fun.:-))

The guitar is compact, and you don't even get a blink from the people at airport security, as you nonchalantly drop the tennis-racket shaped soft case onto the belt. The Traveler has a great sound, and really nice touch and response. Sustain is quite good, as well, considering the small amount of solid body the guitar has to work with.

I use a Boss 4-track Micro-BR to practice with when I travel. I just got an iRig, and it seems to work just great with that, too.

I've used this guitar in Open Mic events around the world, and it's a blast to see people's eyes and watch them mouth "WTFrick is that?" It's a great guitar for gigs, too, when you want to whip out a slide and do your best Robert Johnson.

All in all, a great practice / gigging guitar. I highly recommend it for any who travel or who want something a little different.

Caveats: You will need to clip the strings close to the tuning pegs, otherwise you will get poked.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Wouldn't stay in tune

Maybe it was just mine, but my Speedster would NOT stay in tune. Any sort of string bend or heavy handed playing on my part cause the string to store some tension...Read complete review

Maybe it was just mine, but my Speedster would NOT stay in tune. Any sort of string bend or heavy handed playing on my part cause the string to store some tension "around the bend", on the backside of the guitar near the tuners. This resulted in a very frustrating experience as a player, because I was constantly having to pull on the strings to equalize the tension. It got old very quickly.

There's a lot to like about the size of this little guitar, beginning with the fact that it IS tiny. And a lot of the other known quirks, like the difficulty changing strings, can be overcome with by replacing the stock tuners with locking tuners, changing out the stock pickup to something more...interesting, and maybe adding series/parallel/coil tap switch, all of which I did. However, as much as I wanted to appreciate this guitar for its size, i just couldn't get past the tuning issues, which were significant and which ultimately caused me to seek out a different travel guitar.

Bottom line: this is a clever design that gets a lot right, and its compact size is impossible to beat without sacrificing scale length, but its inability to stay in tune during play was a deal breaker for me. I wish it were otherwise.

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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Survived the Iraq Desert

By TBaker

from New Jersey

Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

Many of the reviews listed here deal with the technical qualities and playability of these great guitars. I agree and won't repeat all of the same comments. What I can report on is the sturdiness of this rig and why a person on the move can't go wrong with this guitar. I took mine to Iraq on deployment and the poor thing had to survive heat over 120 degrees in a tent, dust storms that block out the sun for days and more than a few knock overs and it still works as well as when I left. It stays in tune through wide temperature changes and the finish is surprisingly durable considering the rough treatment it got. Here's the amazing part, in an environment that chews up army equipment quickly, the electronics of the guitar work perfectly after all those dust storms. Not one crackle or pop in either of the pots and I can't even say that about my other guitars that have been in my bedroom here in New Jersey! If you need a guitar of smaller dimensions, check out one of these and work it out through a good amp. You will be pleased with the tone, thrilled with the feel of the neck, and I can promise you that you won't be disappointed in the durability of this great guitar.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

This is a *FUN* guitar!

By Blue Ripples

from Montreal QC Canada

About Me Experienced

Pros

  • Fun To Play
  • Good Feel
  • Good Pick Up
  • Good Tone
  • Great For Slide
  • Light-wight
  • Serious Instrument
  • Solid Electronics

Cons

  • A Little Too Bright
  • Tricky Re-stringing

Best Uses

  • Jamming
  • Open Mic
  • Practicing
  • Small Venues

Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

I had been shopping for a travel-worthy guitar after seeing my $$$ strat case take beating after beating, even in the airlines' Fragile luggage service. (I think that they give the fragile cases an extra toss just for fun.:-))

The guitar is compact, and you don't even get a blink from the people at airport security, as you nonchalantly drop the tennis-racket shaped soft case onto the belt. The Traveler has a great sound, and really nice touch and response. Sustain is quite good, as well, considering the small amount of solid body the guitar has to work with.

I use a Boss 4-track Micro-BR to practice with when I travel. I just got an iRig, and it seems to work just great with that, too.

I've used this guitar in Open Mic events around the world, and it's a blast to see people's eyes and watch them mouth "WTFrick is that?" It's a great guitar for gigs, too, when you want to whip out a slide and do your best Robert Johnson.

All in all, a great practice / gigging guitar. I highly recommend it for any who travel or who want something a little different.

Caveats: You will need to clip the strings close to the tuning pegs, otherwise you will get poked.

(6 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Gig bag is terrible

By Pascal_h

from Virginia

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Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

I live traveling. I'm on the road sometimes one week per month, sometimes more or less, and I just bought this guitar about 2 months ago. It's a great guitar for what it is, but what is really frustrating is: THE GIG BAG SUCKS!!!!! Come on, guys...does anybody who built this thing actually travel? The shoulder strap always loosens as you're walking, and wants to fall off your shoulder all the time. It's unusable. Also, the bag doesn't have protection in the key areas (like at the ends, or along the neck) and the guitar takes a lot of dings that it shouldn't. The bag should be more rigid, and able to stand on its end, and have plastic shin-guard-like protectors along the neck. The bag strap should have some rubber and padding and not slip off your body. Oh yeah: AND I don't want to pay a huge amount extra for that. If you have any pride at all in your product, you'll call the REI guys and figure out how to make a bag that someone who travels a lot can actually use.

(4 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Wouldn't stay in tune

By Not my first time to the rodeo

from SF Bay Area

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Pros

    Cons

    • Wouldn't Stay In Tune

    Best Uses

    • Travel

    Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

    Maybe it was just mine, but my Speedster would NOT stay in tune. Any sort of string bend or heavy handed playing on my part cause the string to store some tension "around the bend", on the backside of the guitar near the tuners. This resulted in a very frustrating experience as a player, because I was constantly having to pull on the strings to equalize the tension. It got old very quickly.

    There's a lot to like about the size of this little guitar, beginning with the fact that it IS tiny. And a lot of the other known quirks, like the difficulty changing strings, can be overcome with by replacing the stock tuners with locking tuners, changing out the stock pickup to something more...interesting, and maybe adding series/parallel/coil tap switch, all of which I did. However, as much as I wanted to appreciate this guitar for its size, i just couldn't get past the tuning issues, which were significant and which ultimately caused me to seek out a different travel guitar.

    Bottom line: this is a clever design that gets a lot right, and its compact size is impossible to beat without sacrificing scale length, but its inability to stay in tune during play was a deal breaker for me. I wish it were otherwise.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Great portability

    By JSustain

    from Dallas, Texas

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    Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

    My Traveler Speedster guitar has great low action and decent tone. I have had it for a year. It has allowed me to steal countless hours of practice time, without exposing one of my expensive full-size guitars to the rigors of traveling. I use it with a Toneworks Pandora effects unit (which a little bigger that a standard IPOD) and headphones.Thus far it has been pretty solid, although I would think that if you always lean on the detachable armrest, it will eventually get loose.I play it every day and it stays in tune well despite all my bending and vibrato.It is a pricey little sucker, but I seem when I traveled more, it really came in handy. I hate to think how many days of practice I would have lost (I swtiched to guitar a year and a half ago).They had very responsive customer service when I had to order a replacement post after I lost mine. I had it in five days.I think having a guitar that you can transport easily is a must for those that are seriouis about learning to play the guitar. For a price, the Traveler Speedster fits the bill. It should give years of service.

    (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Great Travel/Anywhere axe!

    By Steve-FyKMT

    from AZ

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    Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

    I got this guitar because my Steiberger Synapse is a pain to adjust the intonation. I like the LP style bridge. The string spacing is adjustable with little rollers on the bridge-very clever. The neck feels great. The action was a little high for me and I took out almost all of the relief in the neck. Electronics were dead silent. The only thing I didn't like was the placement of the lower strap button-I'll reposition that. The pickup sounds very much like the P90 in my LP Junior. I am pleased with this purchase.

    (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Really great guitar.

    By Josh-xld-z

    from Centerville, LA. U.S.A.

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    Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

    I bought mine from here a little over a year ago, and I have to say this is one very well built guitar. It's solid maple neck through body design makes it very solid. The first night I got it, it slipped off the strap and fell on a concrete floor. After I finished freaking out, I picked it up and it was still in perfect tune, honestly. It did leave a scuff mark on the back of the metal string retainer at the nut end of the neck and on the removable arm rest but that's it. I love this guitar. Plays way better than expected, and I love the sound. The pickup is pretty hot but focused, it's quiet even with a lot of distortion, and it cleanes up nicely. I take it everywhere, leave it in the hot car, no problem. I keep a Korg Pandora PX4, headphones, strap and cable in the gig bag so I'm set. If I can, I bring my Vox DA5 or Roland Micro Cube too. Even at home I find myself playing this guitar more than my other guitars. If you need a really good playing and sounding guitar that is built tough enough to travel with, this is the one to get.

    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    special needs

    By rockin chair

    from soo ontario

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Fun To Play
    • Good Feel
    • Good Pick Up
    • Good Tone
    • Solid Electronics

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Jamming
      • Practicing

      Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

      started back jamming with the band since my accident and was having a hard time playing and balancing myself in my wheelchair as a regualar length guitar would throw me off balance,was searching on here and found this and a wireless setup(pain running over cable) and was I surprised, this thing feels great, sounds great and looks great. Couldn't be happier with this buy,I would have been happy to just have something that I could comfortably play but this thing surpassed all expectations. I would highly recommend this unit.

      (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      A finely crafted instrument

      By Hopfrogg

      from Las Vegas, NV

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Fun To Play
      • Good Feel
      • Good Pick Up
      • Good Tone
      • Solid Electronics

      Cons

      • Rear Strap Pin

      Best Uses

        Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

        I have owned about a dozen guitars over the years and at first I was a bit taken aback by the high price of this 'travel' guitar. Well, you get what you pay for!

        Out of all the guitars I have owned this is the first one I received where I was unable to detect any flaws and found it to be perfectly setup and intonated on arrival. I personally found the detachable armrest piece unnecessary once I got used to not having an anchor point for my hand/arm.

        The action was perfect! Nice and low with no fret buzz anywhere along the neck unless I just simply fretted way too far back. Surprised that with such low action I had less issue with buzz on this guitar than on my higher action guitars.

        A beautifully painted solid piece of wood (neck and body are 1 piece). The pickup puts out excellent tone and I love the style and feel of the control knobs.

        I have only 2 minor gripes, and in the grand scheme of the overall quality of this instrument, these really are minor. First one is that when you play without the optional armrest the rear strap pin is a bolt that sticks out way too far and loosens easily. It's not a big issue but I wish an extra strap pin that matches the one on the front and could be swapped out had been included. The second issue is I wish the hanging strap were detachable. It is connected to the guitar by what appears to be an industrial strength zip tie. I love hanging the guitar from a robe hook I picked up at Home Depot, but wish I was able to remove the strap for when I really want to show of the great look of this guitar.

        Overall, 5 stars, perfect travel guitar.... lol, forget that... this is my MAIN guitar now!

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        4.0

        Gets the job done

        By Doc73

        from Clarence, NY

        About Me Experienced

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Good Feel
        • Good Pick Up

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Practicing

          Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

          I picked up a Speedster as I am traveling more and didn't want to lose practice time.

          This guitar will fit into the overhead bin of an airplane, but is too long to fit under your seat. Mine has come through four flights without a scratch.

          The tone is pretty good - I pair it with a Vox Amplug and phones. The neck is quite playable with a comfortable feel. The tuners are built into the body and take some getting used to.

          Overall, the Speedster is a worthy addition to my collection serves its intended use quite well.

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          great guitar!

          By YodaMark

          from Avon, OH

          About Me Experienced

          Pros

          • Fun To Play
          • Good Feel
          • Good Pick Up
          • Good Tone
          • Solid Electronics

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Jamming
            • Practicing
            • Recording

            Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

            I bought this guitar because I wanted to have something to play while on travel with work. I keep it in my car and now play every day for 30 minutes at lunch time. It is perfect. I actually like playing it without a headphone amp because it actually has a nice tone to it in a very quiet setting. A great practice tool. The portability is a dream to travel with. The pickup is OK for what it is, you certainly pull off a small gig in a pinch with this guitar. My main axe is a PRS 513, so that is my reference point. It has a nicer neck and action than my Standard USA Stratocaster - true! Use this guitar to play during travel, family visits out of town, during breaks at work, whatever - it is just convenient to use any time with no hassle. I use it to learn songs with a headphone guitar trainer and it saves me a lot of time. I bought it used for a bit off the price but in hindsight clearly worth the price of entry. There is nothing I would change about this guitar, it is indeed a perfect travel electric guitar.

            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Good travel companion

            By Johnny O

            from Minneapolis, MN

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            Pros

            • Fun To Play
            • Good Feel
            • Small Carry On Plane

            Cons

            • Flat Sound

            Best Uses

            • Practicing
            • Traveling Motel Rooms

            Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

            needed somethingfor when I travel on business or vacation. nThis is perfect! small enought to put in ovehead on plane. ot put in your suitcase.I use it with a VOX amPlug and it's perfect.The sound is somewhat tinny and slightly harsh. I think a set of DR Pure Blues on it will fixit up nicely.

            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Perfect guitar to get better!

            By Steve McQueen

            from Sacramento CA

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            Pros

            • Fun To Play
            • Good Feel
            • Great for Practice
            • Portable
            • Small

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Practicing
              • Travelling

              Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

              How often do you hear people ask, "What is a good guitar for a beginner?" The best answer is a Traveler guitar. If you're not a beginner and just want to get better, this is a great guitar for you.

              What is the main thing you need to get better? Practice! And what do you need to practice? A guitar in your hands.

              That is what this guitar give you. It is so small and compact, you can take it EVERYWHERE!! I keep mine with me in my car, take it to work, practice it on breaks, travel with it, take it on planes. By having the guitar with me at all times, it allows me to practice ALL THE TIME!

              It's also nice when I'm sitting in a smaller space, or sitting next to someone because there is no headstock to knock things over or bump somebody with. I can even play it in bed at night without hitting my wife's head with the headstock.

              Bottom line. It's a must have for any guitar player. Much easier than carrying a Les Paul or a Strat everywhere.

              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              An Engineering Marvel

              By Hamasvjnga

              from Dallass, TEXASS

              Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

              I bought this baby a year ago and I can't imagine my life today without it. I take it everywhere. Traveling with such a small guitar is so much easier then lugging my Strat around. It is an amazing machine.Here's what you need to know:*With the arm attached and your eyes closed it feels like an ordinary electric guitar.*THE ACTION IS ADJUSTABLE by lowering or raising the roller bridge (Very cool).*It sounds great for a single pick-up electric guitar.*It goes out of tune easily with new strings or light-weight strings. Stick to medium 10s and leave them on for a while and you will have no problems.*The neck is a bit thick, about like an acoustic guitar.*Because of the size and convienience of this guitar, you will take it everywhere and play more often. Because you play more often you will get better. For that reason alone...BUY IT!

              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Ultimate Portability

              By TdTdCs

              from Germany

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              Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

              Ever since I saw the film Crossroads way back when, I have been obsessed with the portability of electric guitar. The Speedster provides the ultimate in that portability and is definitely a must have for travelers and those who have to "steal" their guitar time from their wives, like me (I sit in my car and play at lunchtime with a Pignose and Pandora PX4D)! I defenitely recommend this to those frequent travelers and for those who simply can't get enough playing at home and who are cramped for space! I can sit in my front seat driver's side and play this thing, handy for waiting on the wife to come out of store from shopping!

              (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Review

              By Disappointed-r4LiX

              from San Diego, Ca

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              Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

              2 things: (1) when changing strings it's best not to remove the old strings at once or else the little roller tailpiece falls out. It's a bear trying to negotiate that tailpiece while putting on all new strings. Better to remove and replace strings one at a time. I'm not being critical of the tailpiece... it definitely improves responsiveness to tuning adjustments. But if it falls off the guitar all the little rollers scatter across the floor. Not a fun scenario.(2) Traveler's customer service was excellent when I had a problem with the adjustable bridge. I sent the guitar to Traveler on a Tuesday and had it back - with a new bridge - on Friday. That's fast. True, I'm in San Diego and they're only up in Redlands (about 150 miles) but still, that was fast! And Derrick at Traveler is a prince of guy who was a pleasure to deal with. Great company, great little guitar!

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              My new best friend.

              By fortyfourcaliber

              from Denver, CO

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              Pros

              • Fun To Play
              • Good Feel

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Jamming
                • Practicing
                • Recording

                Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

                This little guy is awesome! I slapped some .14 - .68 strings on there for a challenging practice. Now I can practice everywhere - on the bus, at school, on my break at work, I feel like my time is never wasted now. It looks, feels and even sounds good. Best impulse buy I've ever made.

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                4.0

                Great travel guitar!

                By Moodog

                from Dublin, CA

                Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

                This is an amazingly playable guitar despite the odd shape. When I initially purchased this guitar, I assumed the tear-drop would find a home in my closet, but it turns out to have a dramatic impact on comfort and playability. The neck is full-sized, so it works fine for the fat-fingered. The action was fantastic right from the store.It comes with a single-coil sized hot rail humbucker that sounds pretty thin for my tastes. As a result, this would never be a gigging guitar for me. But in combination with my Pandora and iPod, it is extremely compact and goes with me everywhere.The tuning pegs are awkardly positioned making it a bit of a chore to tune, and the rolling bridge and wrap-around string configuration can cause inconsistent string-tension making tuning even worse. But it's well worth it to lose the headstock and save on precious space. And heck, it's still easier to tune than a guitar with a floating trem.I've had it now for about 6 months and have had zero mechanical or build related problems. For people that travel a lot, I highly recommend this guitar.

                (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                1.0

                Not too good

                By caddydude

                from Montgomery, Alabama

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                Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

                You may never read this review. I rarely see a two star left. However, I was seriously considering purchasing this guitar until I went to the local Gmusic store and played it. Within five minutes the pickup had went out. It was the only one they had in stock and the sales rep said they were constantly having problems with it.

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Keep those calluses on the road

                By Gitarded

                from Johnson City, NY

                Comments about Traveler Guitar Speedster Travel Electric Guitar:

                I was on a trip to Dallas and I starting missing my Strat so I went to the local music store to pick a little. Saw this little spaceage number and took it back to the hotel. I was very please with the fit and finish for a Chinese made guitar. The action is "not bad" for a guitar that almost fits in a briefcase. All my guitars are professionally set up so I was especially please with this one out of the box.Now for the not so good news; the guitar is difficult to tune since the pegs are in slots on the body. If you have fat fingers it will be real tough. It does not stay in tune well. I called the factory and they told me that it is a known problem. Apparently the rollers on the tailpiece (if that is what you can call it) have a tendency to bind up. When this happens and you tune up as the binding on the rollers free up you will go real flat. They are supposed to be sending me some new rollers that will not bind. I am not real happy about having to fix a new product at my house but I will give it a shot.Bottom line: You can't go wrong with this little gem when you travel, if only to keep your calluses and fingers in condition. Enjoy!

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