5 Travel Tips & Essentials (from a Touring Musician) | Travel Life Hacks Posted on May 26, 2019 amp chicago hotels dallas hotels Essentials hacks hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas las vegas hotels Life musician private jet rental property tips Touring travel travel vlog vacation 28 thoughts on “5 Travel Tips & Essentials (from a Touring Musician) | Travel Life Hacks” 1 roll of tough plastic packaging tape ; for the Quick repair of most things inc leads ,chargers,Baggage +the security of taping yr locks on anything that might get pilfered in the hold /transit at airports etc etc. oh and…..splint a broken wrist or worse ! A sharp finger-nail will normally tear off neatly just what u need . Cheers+CinzanoReply Hey RJ, you can drink the tap water in Scotland! It's good. Please come and visit us, the water is potable, and so is the whisky – I'll stand you a round or two!Reply Just ordered the mask! Thanks.Reply Literally watching this on a bus with a tempurpedic neck pillow behind my lower back for lumbar support; watches RJ tell me to do what I’m already doing. 😂Reply Man, you’re the best! My experience says you’re 100 percent rightReply Brilliant! I totally sympathise on sleeping. Can never sleep a wink in hotel rooms – bright, hot, over-soft beds and always some annoying noise you can't trace.Reply Nice work. You could get one of those Leatherman bracelets that is TSA compliant that has all of the screwdrivers and stuff on it (no knife of course), but they are like $150 I think.Reply Hiw did you hold onto that neck pillow for that long. Hahaha. I've lost about 6 of those.Reply Yes, chasing bookings , packing gear , promoting and dealing with un-cooperative people, driving long distance . . that is the work part of it. The Playing music part is fun.Reply The Comodium tip should be numbers 1 through 10. Well, maybe we can just skip #2. 😄That and something for heartburn are a must for me.Reply ur imodium tip was the most pro level hack of em all! my stomach is like a mesa boogie amp, its VERY TOUCH SENSITIVE and i can assure u, ive had more "traumatic experiences" on the road 2 last a life time lol!!!Reply Bro, props on the Imodium!! I keep in my gig bag in case of gastric distress… Or as I call it, a "shituation!"Reply Haha Neck pillow salesman . Catch you later Mr. Ronquillo…Reply Haha R Jemima 😆Reply I vote for including the UK in the safe list 🤣 our water is super fresh. Our raw veg is clean AF. And our ice? Pleeeeease. 😎Reply holy cow, those casino buffetsReply RJ great video man BUT THE SHIRT BRO……really??Reply Any concern over constant BT exposure or noise pollution with the sleep head band????Reply we follow your channel for videos like this one…please stop selling pedals….pleaseReply Very practical. But you're totally comfortable with checked gig bags instead of a hard case?Reply Hi RJ quick question getting ready to go to Indonesia, I need to get a travel size 220/120 converter for charging phones etc. what do you recommend? Thank youReply Bro thats so true. A neck pillow. With my band i travelled once far. And i remember putting when not used in my guitar case. Pillow is essencial. Important for rest. Without rest, no ShowReply Always useful info – thanks RJ!Reply Love the sleep headphones.Reply Absolutely great video. This is the stuff needed to avoid a shitty travel – yeah pun intended.Reply The guy who runs a band l play in thinks he is a star but with all of the traveling and hanging around the fact is l am just a waiter with a guitar. RJ gets it just like Tommy Tedesco used to say “ it’s just work “.Reply RJ, we might be brothers, I need every single thing you mentioned to get a good sleep on the road and even at home! Great vid!Reply Good tips and hilarious! I am going to seriously consider those eye blackout mask. I too finally broke down and got the bose headphones. I ended up getting a travel sound machine that has been very valuable but if space is limited your solution is better.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.