Traveler Guitar Escape MK-II Steel-String Acoustic-Electric Travel Guitar Natural 886830819971Product #513814 Traveler Guitar 513814 ACK Travel & Mini Acoustic-Electric Guitars https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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The steel-string member of the Escape family.
The Escape MK-II is the most sophisticated full-scale acoustic/electric travel guitar on the market. Features include an ergonomic body co-designed by John Carruthers, a full 25 ½”-scale neck, and an L.R. Baggs Custom Element-Hybrid pickup system with onboard headphone preamp so you can plug headphones directly into the guitar and Play Anywhere. The MK-II comes with a deluxe gig bag and fits in airline overhead compartments.
- Alder body with white binding
- Satin finish
- Maple neck
- Ebonized rosewood 12" radiused fingerboard
- 22 medium frets
- Full 25-1/2" scale length
- Pearloid fingerboard inlays
- 1-3/4" neck width at nut
- Body width: 10-3/4"
- 30" length
- 4-1/2 lbs. weight (6-3/4 lbs. with gig bag)
- Chrome 14:1 gear ratio tuners
- Custom L.R. Baggs undersaddle Hybrid-Element system with onboard EQ and headphone amp
- Custom-made gig bag by High Sierra
- Plug your headphones directly in and play anywhere
- Fits in airline overhead compartments
Improve your strumming and picking chops on-the-go. Order today.
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Comments about Traveler Guitar Escape MK-II Steel-String Acoustic-Electric Travel Guitar:
This is very well made. At this price point I was a little surprised. I figured it would have some jagged frets, but not so. The neck is smooth and comfortable. String spacing at the nut is generous, probably close to 1 3/4". Just right for fingerstyle. The guitar is very comfortable to play too. I find that I play it at home a lot more than my full sized acoustic, just because it is comfortable to play while in a chair. Headphone amp sounds great, although I don't use the phones that come with the guitar. The tuners seem a bit awkward, but they are pretty good quality and actually pretty easy to use. If you're looking for a decent all around guitar to practice or travel with, check this one out.