Ned Robbins knows quite a bit about airline travel. In fact, he’s (was) a full-time pilot for a major airline! His guitar is always along for the ride. Ned will soon own the Voyage Air Guitar with the most total airline miles.
“I play bluegrass music,” explained Ned. “I went to a local jam in Phoenix, AZ, and one of the other players had one of your guitars. As a pilot, I had been looking for a travel guitar that was easy to take along on trips. I played your guitar, and decided to order one.
“I actually have 2 of your guitars. The first one I ordered from your website: the VAOM-02 model. I did not tell my wife that I had already ordered one, and she had ordered one for me as a Christmas present – the VAOM-04. I like both of them but the one my wife ordered sounds a little better than the other one.
“I originally contacted Voyage Air guitar to find out about the strings. I like the way the guitar sounds and plays so much that I only want to replace the strings with the same ones it came with.
“Now that I’ve spent some time traveling with the Voyage Air, I have a few comments:
“I like the way the case for the guitar appears to be a “normal” back-pack. Most people never suspect it is a guitar, and this is great from a security point of view. I feel comfortable leaving the case unattended for a short period, as compared to a “regular” guitar case that is not safe to leave unattended at all.
“I have played with some other travelers who have the carry-on electric guitars. While they are still trying to figure out how to plug their guitar into the clock-radio in the hotel room, I am up and playing a full-size acoustic guitar in under a minute.
“Finally, the compact size of the Voyage Air guitar case meets all size requirements for carry-on luggage. It fits in the overhead bins of every style plane in our fleet. And it legally fits under the seats of most planes. As a pilot, I’ve been able to personally confirm this.
“Thanks for the fine product. I’ve already handed out all the business cards that came with the guitar. Send me more!”
– Ned Robbins, Airline Pilot