Travel

Rover

Travel

Rover

Color: Black

SKU: RO10B-W-U

The ultimate travel guitar! Sounds better than similarly sized travel guitars and features a full size 24″ scale as well as a solid spruce top. Comes complete with soft shell case including shoulder strap, instructional DVD, strap and 3 picks.

Rover Case dimensions: 4 1/2″ X 10 1/4″ X 35 1/2″

Specifications

Body & Construction

Top Wood Solid Spruce
Back Wood Mahogany
Sides Mahogany
Bracing Quarter Sawn Scalloped Sitka Spruce bracing
Rosette ABS
Type Acoustic Guitars
Shape Rover Travel Size,Travel / Mini
Style 6 String Acoustic

Other

Color Black
Finish Matte Finish
Strings D'addario EXP-15 extra light phospher bronze

Neck

Neck Wood Mahogany
Fretboard Walnut
Number Of Frets 18 frets
Inlays Offset dots
Nut ABS
Nut Width 1-11/16
Scale 23-4/4

Hardware

Hardware Chrome hardware
Bridge Walnut
Tuners Chrome Diecast

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