LAVA MUSIC has expanded its line of high-tech axes yet again with the BLUE LAVA Original travel guitar.
Weighing in at a feather-light 3.75lb, the new model measures 36 inches in length and is supplied with a water-resistant polyester carry bag.
Appearing in a two-tone Walnut/Frost White finish and constructed using a specially developed splash-resistant HPL (high pressure laminate) material, the BLUE LAVA Original has been designed with the outdoors in mind.
Remaining stable despite fluctuations in ambient temperature and humidity, this handy travel guitar is built for guitarists on the go.
The BLUE LAVA Original is made using LAVA MUSIC’s renowned 4-MASS design – a parametric technology that allows the guitar’s top, body, neck and internal air to resonate harmoniously, providing maximum depth and clarity of tone.
FreeBoost technology effectively uses the instrument’s back as a speaker, meaning the L2 Preamp can boost sounds without the need to plug into an amp.
Additionally, the L2 Preamp offers onboard effects including chorus, delay, and reverb, so players can further shape their tone at the touch of a button, wherever they are.
The BLUE LAVA Original’s 2.3mm string height provides comfortable action and an easy playing feel – perfect for beginners and advanced players alike.
Meanwhile, the instrument’s ergonomic neck profile and thin heel supports effortless fretting all the way up to the body.
Should players wish to adjust action and intonation, a magnetic truss rod cover allows easy access for tweaking the neck to perfection.
Visit LAVA MUSIC for more information.
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Rod Brakes is a music journalist with an expertise in guitars. Having spent many years at the coalface as a guitar dealer and tech, Rod's more recent work as a writer covering artists, industry pros and gear includes contributions for leading publications and websites such as Guitarist, Total Guitar, Guitar World, Guitar Player and MusicRadar in addition to specialist music books, blogs and social media. He is also a lifelong musician.
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