The Rambler is the basic series of instruments. It is the smallest, lightest and simplest of all the models. It has three strings all tuned to the same note (high and low). If you include 7 diatonic frets, then you get an instrument that has not a single “wrong note” on it. This is the key to making play so easy on a Woodrow.
With a mandolin type tone, it is perfect for children and adults who want a simple instrument to learn on. With a number sticker on the side of the instrument, and a song book which tells you which fingers to put where, anyone can play a song in a matter of minutes.
Since each one weighs less than 1 pound, this instrument is perfect for all sorts of travels. Hiking, around the campfire, riding in the car, and anywhere else.
Each one has a Black walnut body, and a maple top. both of which give durability and are guaranteed not to warp in the future.
PLEASE NOTE: The picture below is used as a model of what the Rambler looks like, but it shows four strings. Today’s model Rambler has three strings and measures at about 24″ long.