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Traveler Guitar Introduces Travel-Sized Bass

Traveler Guitar introduced its newest creation, the Escape Bass, adding to the company's line of "Escape" full-scale travel guitars. Unlike most bass guitars, the instrument's compact and durable design allows for increased portability. It gives bass players the freedom to play music anywhere, whether backpacking in the wilderness or flying to Europe...

November 15, 2004

Traveler Guitar introduced its newest creation, the Escape Bass, adding to the company's line of "Escape" full-scale travel guitars. Unlike most bass guitars, the instrument's compact and durable design allows for increased portability. It gives bass players the freedom to play music anywhere, whether backpacking in the wilderness or flying to Europe.

Measuring 35" long and weighing just 4.5 lbs, it comes standard with a piezo pick up and built-in EQ preamplifier, for rich tones with full body and ringing sustain. The on-board switching system allows the bass to be played through a standard bass amplifier or a direct headphone connection.

The instrument's body is constructed from mahogany satin stained alder, and the neck is carved from hard rock maple with a rosewood fret board. With a suggested retail price of $499, headphones and a sturdy gig bag are included.

For more information, visit their web site at www.travelerguitar.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004