KLOS Carbon Fiber Acoustic Electric Guitar

KLOS Super Durable Carbon Fiber Travel Guitar Gets Electrified!

Remember the folks who kind of make carbon fiber mainstream on acoustic guitars and from there on, make traveling with a guitar less of a stress? Yes. We referring to KLOS Guitars. The guitar that’s built to stand up to the punishment of traveling without weighing you down while still performs like it should – like a full-size guitar which it is, btw, except that it has a more compact than usual body for ease of carrying around. It has got rave reviews all over and today, they are back with another carbon fiber six-string instrument that’s not only equally travel-friendly, but louder.

KLOS Carbon Fiber Acoustic Electric Guitar

Meet the KLOS Guitar Acoustic Electric Edition, a beautiful guitar that has all the goodness of its predecessors, including a carbon fiber composite mini Dreadnought body and a mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, now made louder – thanks to the addition of the Fishman pickup. It is the acoustic electric you have come to expect, only way smaller and tougher to meet the demands of traveling musicians. Speaking of which, the acoustic electric edition, like its predecessor, can be broken down to fit into a backpack, or tight storage. So, with it, all you need is to lug along an amp and you are all set to shred some acoustic electric axe wherever you may fancy.

As before, KLOS Guitars has taken to Kickstarter to kickstart this new product and it is there where you can pre-order the KLOS Carbon Fiber Acoustic Electric Guitar for $539-799. Not surprisingly, the campaign is already funded (in just three days, we heard) and so, your pledge, if you do back the campaign, is indeed a pre-order which will realize sometime in June-July 2017.

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KLOS Carbon Fiber Acoustic Electric Guitar

KLOS Carbon Fiber Acoustic Electric Guitar

KLOS Carbon Fiber Acoustic Electric Guitar

KLOS Carbon Fiber Acoustic Electric Guitar

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