Re: Bacchus "Beginning of the New Tradition"
Posted: Wed Sep 02, 2020 12:16 pm
I would rate them on par with Fender Vintage Reissue. Momose is on par with CS.
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Funny you should mention that.brokentoes wrote: ↑Fri Nov 08, 2019 8:38 pmSo i have a few Bacchus and i have to say i'm impressed. I'm starting to look at their Strat offereing because well, i'm a guitar addict lol. I'd like to hear from anyone who has experience with the stats that have the new tradition moniker on the headstock. Here's one i'm interested in but i don't want to throw a bid on it without knowing ^&*(. I know guitar hiro and a few others here really know their Bacchus.
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brokentoes wrote: ↑Tue Sep 22, 2020 8:37 amIs it the non serial ebony p90 deal ??
I personally think these non serial bacchus should be called something else since they sem to have different specs to the ones that later got serial numbers. The starter series?? Lol who knows. They all seem to be called the vintage series though. Bacchus just seemed to get better and better as they went along.
The (external) set of attributes are fully viewable within the dozen, or so, photos provided.brokentoes wrote: ↑Tue Sep 22, 2020 5:17 pmWhat would those attributes be ?? There are some pictures but I wouldnt call them the greatest to base much on really myself. Its black so you cannot see how many pieces the guitar is at all. The board looks ebony but again I couldnt say it is for sure. I could make some of my rosewood boards look ebony with the right lighting and not such sharp pictures. Of course people have to guess with such limited info to use. It's for sale in Australia so I have no idea what it would be worth there. I am no expert in valueing guitars in the Austalian market. My computer fried a while back so I'm on a $40 tablet... can you see things clearer than I can ?? The resolution on this thing is shitty to say the least.