Traveler Guitar Escape MK-II Acoustic-Electric Travel Bass Guitar, Natural  

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A highly playable instrument that travels as easily as your overnight bag.

The Traveler Escape MK-II Bass is ideal for the traveling player. This 32”-scale acoustic/electric travel bass is equipped with an L.R. Baggs Hybrid-Element preamp for playing directly into headphones or an amplifier. At 5-¼”lb. and 36” long, this bass is the only carry-on luggage you’ll need.

Includes gig bag.

Features
  • 32" scale
  • 5-1/4 pounds light and only 36" long
  • L.R. Baggs Hybrid-Element pickup system with 2-band EQ
  • Play through an amp or plug your headphones in and play anywhere
  • Includes gig bag

Keep on plucking, even when you're travelling. Order today.

 
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By Jim

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        Comments about Traveler Guitar Escape MK-II Acoustic-Electric Travel Bass Guitar Natural:

        Bought this bass as a backup instrument. Went for it because it was being discounted as used, and was described as mint. But it came with 5 issues:
        1. Someone had replaced the strings with bad flatwounds 2. neck was severely bowed, but straightened up via truss rod 3. sounded tinny and microphonic but cleaned up some with a set of used roundwounds
        4. nut and saddle were not set up correctly and some of the slots had been filed too wide 5. the headphones were missing.
        It is a somewhat serviceable backup bass now, but I would have returned it if I had not needed it for gigs. I have another MKll bass that plays and sounds great, but am awaiting a replacement part to get it back into service.

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