|bluebird28 ||01-18-2013 02:17 PM |
Steinberger/Hohner vs Traveler MKII
Which would you chose if you had your druthers? The choice is between the Steinbrenner/Hohner headless bass and the Traveler original bass. I like the option on the Traveler MKII of being able to plug in headphones directly, although I could use the Rockbass Pocket Rocket on the Hohner. But which would you choose and why? And Thank you for your replies.
|bluebird28 ||01-23-2013 06:35 PM |
Never mind, I bought a Traveler Escape Bass Guitar, the original SN 000322. What a sweet and compact bass. I checked the finger board for straightness, then check the frets for high frets, dressed the high frets, oiled the finger board, put new D'Addario XL Nylon Tapewounds on and it is sweeeeeeet. Now I won't be hitting the headstock on my Ibanez SR500 on the cabinet, shelf, or whatever. I had to order a gig bag for it as it didn't sell with one. I also ordered the MI-10 interface to Ipod, Ipad, and Android devices.:hyper:
|wardak ||01-23-2013 07:29 PM |
Hohner due to the 34" scale. I have a B2B, good times!
|bluebird28 ||01-24-2013 06:33 PM |
I thought long and hard on which to buy and decided on the Traveler as it is 2" shorter than the B2B and I needed to travel with it and did not want the extra length. It feels and sounds great for what I wanted it for. If I had been able to get the B2B in an oiled wood finish I would have gone that route dispite the extra 2"s.
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