Building on years of tradition and innovation, the Reveho might be the most mobile electric guitar ever made. It's been in development for nearly six years in France and features a plastic shell combined with a maple neck and aluminum frame for a minimalist look that matches its durability. And the Slite's modular abilities is what helps it really stand out, with options for a built-in pre-amp, onboard effects and built-in speakers. In between jam sessions, it fits snug in a laptop-sized case thanks to a lightweight, collapsible design. The Reveho has USB-C connectivity, the battery can run for up to six hours on a charge if it's not plugged in, and a standard output jack lets it connect to an amp.