Voyage-Air Guitar VAOM-04 Guitar Case
Travel & Mini Acoustic Guitars
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This product has been discontinued but may be available as a Open Box item.
Collapsible travel guitar.
Here's an upscale, solid top version of our best-selling Songwriter OM-style guitar (the VAOM-02). It's the classic OOO shape that fits easily on your lap, has a full 25.5" scale length, and an easy-to-play 1 ¾" neck. This guitar features a Solid Spruce top that adds brilliance, mid-range resonance, harmonics and sustain that really makes the most of each individual note – this is a great-sounding guitar!
The price includes the all new Transit Bag carry case that is slim, lightweight, tough and features a zippered laptop/accessory pocket for all your musical needs. Discover the full, rich sound of an OM guitar at an incredibly affordable price.
Now everyone can afford to take with them a great sounding, easy playing guitar wherever they might go. You can determine where to pick where you play!
- Traditional 'OM-Style' Body Shape
- Solid Spruce Top w/ X-brace
- Inlaid Soundhole Rosette
- Single-ply top and back binding
- Mahogany Back and Sides
- Mahogany Neck w/ Rosewood Fingerboard and Bridge
- Dot Inlay in Prewar-style staggered sizes
- Compensated Saddle
- Distinctive Voyage-Air pickguard in black
- Proprietary Voyage-Air Captured Nut
- Patented Folding Neck-Hinge System
- 25.5” Scale Length
- Traditional 1 3/4” Nut width
- Chrome plated die-cast tuners
- Protective High-Gloss finish
- Phosphor Bronze strings
- Includes Carrying Case
- Thoroughly inspected & set-up in the USA
Order today for a satisfying travel guitar.
VAOM-04 Guitar Case Specifications:
- 25.5" Scale Length
Traditional 1 3/4" Nut width
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Comments about Voyage-Air Guitar Songwriter VAOM-04 Travel Acoustic Guitar:
Potentially an excellent product. A very clever hinge system to allow the neck to be folded for easy transportation, but flawed by poor quality control at the factory and customer service from this manufacturer. I noticed poor intonation for some time on my instrument, finally a local luthier confirmed that the bridge had been incorrectly positioned on the guitar and correction would require moving the bridge and refinishing the guitar surface. Not what you expect from a new guitar.