#1
So I was at the music store not long ago and I found this really cool and fun travel bass guitar. It basically had no body. Kind of reminded me of a Steinberger. It had one pickup. Came with a gig bag. Sorry I dont have many other details. The body was pretty much just a little piece of wood. Wasnt much. Surprisingly it was really easy to play. And the strap button's were not your ordinary strap buttons. It was kind of like a long piece of metal that came up, it was curvy. Sorry for the non descriptiveness. Thanks for any help.
#2
...Sounds like a Steinberger Synapse
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#4
Hohner of some kind?
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#5
Hmmmm, I only say that because you almost exactly described a synapse. Could it be a Hohner copy of a Steinberger? Or was it a Traveler bass?
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#7
google image Traveler escape bass. Is that it?
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#13
Talk about fret access. That looks like something you'd use in a crazy avant-garde band. How'd it sound?
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#17
that is totally awesome.
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#18
Imagine the neck dive on that when you're sitting down.
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