The Slite is a modular electric guitar you can build in 20 seconds

It packs neatly into a laptop-sized carrying case.

A Kickstarter campaign for the Slite, a modular electric guitar designed for travel, is now underway. The portable instrument comes from Reveho, a new instrument brand from France.

The Slite is a full-scale instrument and is made up of five modules. Its body begins with an aluminium core, onto which an upper and lower module can be connected. Its 24-fret neck collapses into two parts. As for its build materials, the body is made of recyclable glossy ABS, while the neck is maple.

Modules all fit into a laptop-sized carrying case with custom inserts that keep guitar strings loosened while travelling. According to Reveho, assembling the instrument should take roughly 20 seconds.

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The lower module houses the guitar’s preamp, along with touch controls for the guitar’s pickups. In the Amp version of the instrument, the top module is outfitted with a 15-watt amplifier with a battery for six hours of playtime. For silent practice, there’s also a headphone jack.

Reveho The Slite
Image: Reveho

Reveho also offers add-ons for the Slite, including a low- and high-gain version of the lower module; a secondary set of pickups, and an effects loop module that expands on the guitar’s I/O capabilities.

Hear the guitar in action below.

Through Kickstarter, the base and amp versions of the Slite come priced at €1,548 and €1,819, respectively.

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Learn more about the instrument at reveho.com

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