Surprisingly good sound
Guitar is my pacifier. Have a million mile card with American Airlines. Have a day job and enjoy picking my guitar at night in a hotel room. This preference has cost me several guitars, which have been sacrificed to the god of checked luggage on the airlines. Imagine taking your favorite guitar, then dumping a truckload of luggage bags on top of it. This travler guitar fulfills its title. It travels. It is a guitar. Field tested this "shorty" on a recent 10 day trip to Costa Rica and Nashville. 5 flights, 12K miles, many driving miles. Not boasting. Just sharing with my fellow guitarists that you can bring this guitar on the airplane and it does sound like a guitar in your hotel room. You will not play your Grammy award performance on this guitar, unless you get to plug in, in which case this guitar "rocks" with excellent sounds on the built in pick up system. Legally, you can bring a guitar on board the aircraft, given that there is room on the plane. This gets tricky:
Tried to enter the Department of Transportion link showing the legal status of carrying a guitar on board an airplane. This computer system denied my inclusion of a website. Whatever.
Pay extra to board early. This guitar is built well and a lot of fun to play. Best of all the travel guitars. Good vibrations to all of you.