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Post by leadguitar_323 » Mon Nov 17, 2008 6:10 am

You beat me too it Rich... :P

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Post by QuattroSte » Tue Nov 18, 2008 8:24 am

This "Other" section of the forum is getting some good Bacchus coverage. Initially I was a Tokai man and my LS200 will never leave me but I no longer look to Tokai when I want a Guitar. I look to Bacchus. I have a couple and they are fantastic.

Oh yeah! Fantastic Goldtop there MIJ!

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Post by MIJvintage » Tue Nov 18, 2008 5:01 pm

QuattroSte wrote:This "Other" section of the forum is getting some good Bacchus coverage. Initially I was a Tokai man and my LS200 will never leave me but I no longer look to Tokai when I want a Guitar. I look to Bacchus. I have a couple and they are fantastic.

Oh yeah! Fantastic Goldtop there MIJ!



Yes, Bacchus sure has impressed me with their fine handy work.

You should post some pics of your Bacchus guitars, when you have the opportunity, and give us some details too. :)

Thanks for the compliment on the 56 gold top, whatever the model number is :lol:
It is likely one of the most lively & resonant Les Pauls that I currently have, no matter the price point of any of them.

I just wired payment for a BLS-120S (see below), and I cannot see it being any better than the lower end one I have now, even with its' one piece back & nitro finish.
Let's hope I am wrong :-? ................. but at least I will know the model number of the BLS-120S :lol: ..................
Oh, and the seller said it is, "all original & near mint" :D
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Post by rigj » Wed Nov 19, 2008 2:28 pm

MIJvintage wrote:Bacchus sure has impressed me with their fine handy work.

I just wired payment for a BLS-120S (see below), and I cannot see it being any better than the lower end one I have now, even with its' one piece back & nitro finish.
Let's hope I am wrong :-? ................. but at least I will know the model number of the BLS-120S :lol: ..................
Oh, and the seller said it is, "all original & near mint" :D
Yeah, Bacchus have impressed me, too.

I recently bought a Bacchus Duke, and it impressed me enough to buy a BLS-120 goldtop as well 8)

Mine's got buckers, though.

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Post by MIJvintage » Wed Nov 19, 2008 4:17 pm

rigj wrote:
Yeah, Bacchus have impressed me, too.

I recently bought a Bacchus Duke, and it impressed me enough to buy a BLS-120 goldtop as well 8)

Mine's got buckers, though.

You should post some pics & tell us a bit about them :) .............
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