This guitar's patented revolutionary unique design joins the end of the neck to the body creating an all around brace removing the need for a truss rod. The three sound holes in the top side create a better listening perspective for the player. The round hole and F hole help to distribute the tones equally along the front of the instrument.
The Cupit Travel Guitar is the perfect instrument for Artists - Writers - Pilots - Truck Drivers - Doctors - Lawyers - Farmers, Hikers, Cyclers, Motor Cycle riders, etc.....
This brief case guitar fits everywhere. Airplane overhead bins, motorcycle saddle bags, under seats, closets and under beds. You can sit in your car or airplane seat and play The Cupit without protruding into your neighbor's space.
Strings: Phosphorous bronze heavy gauge .014 - .059
Length: 22.5" (This measure is from end to end)
Case: Custom fitted case repels water and protects guitar. The back straps and handle make for easy carrying.
Weight: 4.5 lbs. including case.
The Cupit Travel Guitar is like no other guitar on the market. This instrument offers its own identity and is an excellent addition to any existing collection. The Cupit Travel Guitar can be tuned standard (EADGBE). The manufacturer suggests tuning 3 steps up to A (ADGCEA) to achieve the best overall tone for this 17.25" scale guitar. It would be just like clipping a capo on the 5th fret on a full size guitar.
Click and listen to, "Here Comes The Sun" performed by Cesar Pericas, one of our many satisfied customers.
Please note as of 7/27/15 we are currently out of the A-stock models of the Cupit Travel Guitar. The Limited Edition, Early serial numbers and B-stock models are still available to purchase while supplies last. Please visit our merchandise page for details. Thank you.
All return requests must be sent to [email protected] within 48 hours of receipt. No returns after 48 hours of receipt. All returns are subject to a 20% restocking fee. We do not refund shipping costs.
Due to past internet scams we do not offer refunds on orders placed outside of the United States.