Traveler Guitar Introduces TB-4P Bass

The Traveler Guitar TB-4P Bass is a 32”-scale electric travel bass with a built-in headphone amplifier and 1/8” aux-in jack for jamming with your mp3 player.



Redlands, CA (May 17, 2011) -- Traveler Guitar is proud to introduce their most anticipated new product ever: the TB-4P Bass.

The Traveler Guitar TB-4P Bass is a 32”-scale electric travel bass with a built-in headphone amplifier and 1/8” aux-in jack for jamming with your mp3 player. Weighing just 6 lbs. 8 oz. and measuring 35 ¼” long, the TB-4P fits in airline overhead compartments. The TB-4P's Eastern American Hard Maple neck with Rosewood fret board is bolted onto an Alder body fitted with a P-51 split coil pickup. Because bass players demand style as well as substance, the TB-4P is molded in a classic double cutaway shape and sports a stylish three-ply pick guard; white on the black model, and tortoise shell on the sunburst edition. Both come with a deluxe gig bag.

Release date: 5/23/2011
Street: $519.99

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Source: Press Release

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