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Retail: $1,399.00
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NOW: $999.00
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• 1 5/8” string spacing at nut
• 2 1/64” string spacing at 12th fret
• 2 3/32” string spacing at saddle
• 36 ¾” overall length
• 17” Body length
• 13” width at lower bout
• 8” width at upper bout


• Body Shape: Leach Designed Single Cutaway
• Neck Material: Canadian Maple
• Body Material: Alder
• Fingerboard Material: Rosewood (on VET-1) Maple (on VET-2)
• Pickup Type: Custom TONERIDER™ “Vintage-Plus” S-S Alnico
• Volume, Tone and 3-Way pickup selector
• Finish Color: Black (VET-1) Sunburst (VET-2SBB)
• Scale Length: 24 3/4”
• Number of Frets: 20
• Proprietary Voyage-Air Captured Nut
• Patented Voyage-Air Neck Hinge
• Position markers: Mother of Pearl Dots
• Pickguard Color: White (on VET-1), Black (on VET-2SBB)
• Tuners: 3 on a side, chrome plated.
• Hardware plating: Chrome
• Strings: Voyage Air Medium Gauge
• Case Included: DuraTrans™ Semi-Hard Case


The TelAir is Voyage Air Guitars tribute to one of the most famous guitars ever. It sports all the features that a pro expects and requires for that distinctive tone: Solid Alder body, Solid Canadian Maple neck (with either Rosewood or Maple Fingerboards). Wide vintage frets that make it effortless to bend notes. Custom ToneRider pickups that punch with rich harmonics, and a sustain that drills back to the Roots of Rock.

All of these features in one easy to carry, easy to play guitar. The TelAir is acclaimed by both students and pros for its distinctive, yet traditional tone. Fold it open and in seconds you're ready to rock with a guitar that's lightweight, road tested, travel tough and sounds AMAZING.

The Voyage-Air TelAir. Easy play. Vintage vibe. 21st century portability. Take it anywhere. The price includes the all new Dura-Trans carry case that is slim, lightweight, tough and features a zippered laptop/accessory pocket for all your musical needs. Now everyone can afford to take along a great sounding, easy playing guitar wherever they might go. You can determine where to PICK WHERE YOU PLAY!

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It’s considered a “travel guitar,” and it truly is a remarkably portable instrument; however, that label does it a disservice, because honestly, it’s a damn nice guitar. It just happens to have a nifty set of hinges that allow the neck to fold over on the top, making it far more compact and transport friendly. I love my Telair!
- Anthony K. Sandy UT


Alright, I can­not repeat what actu­ally came out of my mouth when my friend first showed me his new gui­tar, but let’s just say it was a com­bi­na­tion of dis­be­lief and amaze­ment. Every now and then, a new prod­uct comes along that defies expla­na­tion and makes us won­der why it hadn’t been done before. Then you stop and think, how on earth did they man­age to do that in the first place? The Voyage-Air TelAir is just that. The ulti­mate trav­el­ling gui­tar, it folds up and fits snugly into a spe­cially designed case for easy trans­port. Yes, you heard me right – it folds up! Any­one who has ever trav­elled with their gui­tar on an air­plane knows the fear of let­ting it go into the hands of the bag­gage han­dlers to maybe never return in its orig­i­nal state. Now, the wor­ries can be gone as with the Voyage-Air gui­tar you can take it on board with you in carry-on luggage. I just bought my own TelAir today… simply amazing!
- Tuxedo NY


Well I put my new TelAir thru the paces - it works well, amazingly close to in-tune after breakdown and re-set. the neck scale is the shorter one, like Gibson, so it has some bass authority, but the maple neck and alder body give it the Fender clarity as well, and this reminds me of a Rickenbacker solid body I used to have. Has the noise-cancel only in the middle setting (both pickups) but overall pretty quiet anyway. Quality is very high, I feel much better than a Fender American or high end Ibanez, but has a neck width which is my preference, intonation was also spot-on. The one I have set up to play feels solid and balanced. Overall, good "piano tone". Finish is nice. Overall, a good experience, glad I bought it. Nice tuners too. Fingerboard maple, gloss on front. Sound is more balanced than my vintage tele.
- Rupert B. Santa Cruz CA