• Strobel Guitars - Introduction - Who We Are?

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    Strobel Guitars built the first Rambler® Custom portable electric guitar in 2003. We set out to create THE BEST Travel Guitar available at any price. After building more than 30 Custom Rambler® guitars, we introduced the affordable Rambler® Classic Professional Travel Guitar in 2010. The Rambler® Custom Travel Bass appeared in 2012.

    In 2014 we introduced the Strat style STROBELCASTER™ Custom. Now also available in the lower cost STROBELCASTER™ Standard as well as the semi-custom STROBELCASTER™ Plus models.

    Strobel Guitars manufactures some of the best Professional Electric Travel Guitars and Basses available in the market. We offer several models – including the Rambler® Classic and Rambler® Custom guitars utilizing dual humbucker pickups. Also available is a Custom Rambler® Travel Bass, modeled after a vintage Fender P-Bass. We recently introduced three new STROBELCASTER™ models using single coil pickups – the STROBELCASTER™ Standard, Plus and Custom models. Please visit our Picture Galleries to see some of these great looking and great playing travel guitars and basses. Show less
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    Top 5 New Videos - Strobel Guitars. Best Portable Guitars made in America.
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    • How to clean my guitar? - Duration: 6 minutes, 42 seconds.

      • 3 weeks ago
      How to Clean a Guitar?
      You should clean your guitar each time after you play it. The sweat from your fingers and oils from your skin can cause the strings to rust and degrade the finish.

      You can ...
    • How to check out the neck relief? - Duration: 4 minutes, 19 seconds.

      • 3 weeks ago
      Check the neck relief.
      You can adjust the amount of relief (the space under the strings in the middle of the neck) by adjusting the truss rod. Press the low E string at the first fret with your ...
    • How to Tune your guitar? - Duration: 4 minutes, 41 seconds.

      • 3 weeks ago
      Check Intonation.
      Correct intonation is necessary for your guitar to play in tune up and down the neck. The open string should be divided exactly in half at the 12th fret. Tune the string so it i...
    • How to setup your guitar? - Duration: 5 minutes, 41 seconds.

      • 3 weeks ago
      Check the action at the 12th and 1st frets.
      Should be about .060” to .065” under the strings at the 12th fret and about .020” to .012” at the first fret. Lower or raise the bridge to set the acti...
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