Strobel Guitars Unveils the Rambler Classic Professional

The new models feature an ebony fretboard, TUSQ nut, and string trees from Graphtech.

Boca Raton, FL (October 8, 2018) -- Strobel Guitars announces the new and improved Rambler Classic Professional Electric Travel Guitar! Now with an ebony fretboard, TUSQ Nut and string trees from Graphtech, recessed thumbwheels, chrome StringKeeper and StringCatcher. Hear the difference with brighter harmonics and superior sustain from the ebony fretboard. Experience smoother tuning with the Graphtech TUSQ nut and reduced friction String Tees. Enjoy the “Power of Portability” with a Rambler Electric Travel Guitar.

The easily detachable neck on the Strobel Rambler Electric Travel Guitar makes sure your guitar can go wherever you go. The Rambler is a high quality, “gigable” instrument easily disassembled for traveling. Remove the StringKeeper and tuck it between the middle tuners. Loosen four thumbwheels to remove the detachable neck. The body and neck are easily stowed in your computer bag, backpack or briefcase. Putting the Rambler back together is just as easy, no tools required!

Available in your choice of a vintage Tobacco Sunburst, or brilliant Cherry Sunburst finish. The Rambler Classic is still just $599 at including a nicely padded and embroidered gig bag!

The Rambler Professional Electric Travel Guitar is full 24 ¾” scale, 21 fret guitar featuring dual humbucker pickups, volume and tone controls, a fully adjustable Tunomatic bridge, double action truss rod, and locking tuners. Measuring only 32” in overall length (assembled) and weighing just over four pounds, the Rambler provides a Big Sound from a Small Guitar.

Strobel Guitars has manufactured Professional Electric Travel Guitars and Basses since 2003. Several models are available including the Rambler Classic and Rambler Custom travel guitars with dual humbucker pickups. Our product line also includes three models of our Strobelcaster single-coil electric travel guitars as well as the Custom Rambler Travel Bass.

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Strobel Guitars

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