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Bacchus Strat

Post by ozgrecofanatic » Fri Dec 31, 2010 5:40 am

Wow that"s beautiful! Is there anything better than Olympic White, rosewood board and mint green guard? Looks a stunner and Bacchus nearly play themselves don't they?

Congratulations! She's a corker!

Dave :wink:

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Re: Bacchus Strat

Post by marcusnieman » Fri Dec 31, 2010 8:33 am

ozgrecofanatic wrote:Wow that"s beautiful! Is there anything better than Olympic White, rosewood board and mint green guard? Looks a stunner and Bacchus nearly play themselves don't they?

Congratulations! She's a corker!

Dave :wink:
Very nice..... a twin to my first Bacchus

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Post by DaveWW » Fri Dec 31, 2010 8:51 am

Thanks guys, she's just about perfect. The neck size is nice and chunky but not over fat and the 9 1/2inch rad suits me much better than the vintage boards :D The finish is actually more yellowed than it looks in the picture but it's very hard to get it to show correctly in a photo.

I might just have to take a few Bacchus group shots :lol: if we ever get any decent light up here. It's grim oop North!

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Post by JohnA » Fri Dec 31, 2010 11:11 am

Dave, are you sure it's a 9 1/2inch radius, I always thought mine were 7 1/4?

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Post by DaveWW » Fri Dec 31, 2010 11:43 am

Yes, just checked it again and it's 9 1/2. :lol:

Dave

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Post by JohnA » Fri Dec 31, 2010 11:53 am

DaveWW wrote:Yes, just checked it again and it's 9 1/2. :lol:

Dave
If I could find my radius gauge I'd check mine, probably explains why they play so well :D

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Post by Diodibuh » Mon Jan 03, 2011 2:37 pm

Looks great! Today I payed one more Bacchus so my Bacchi family will grow soon ;)
God, I'm addicted.
JohnA :evil:

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Post by JohnA » Mon Jan 03, 2011 3:21 pm

Diodibuh wrote:Looks great! Today I payed one more Bacchus so my Bacchi family will grow soon ;)
God, I'm addicted.
JohnA :evil:

That's right blame me!! There are much worse addictions than Bacchi :wink:

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Post by DaveWW » Mon Jan 03, 2011 4:57 pm

Diodibuh wrote:Looks great! Today I payed one more Bacchus so my Bacchi family will grow soon ;)
God, I'm addicted.
JohnA :evil:
:lol: :lol:

What new Bacchus have you got on the way Diodibuh :P

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Post by ozgrecofanatic » Mon Jan 03, 2011 5:00 pm

Diodibuh wrote:Looks great! Today I payed one more Bacchus so my Bacchi family will grow soon ;)
God, I'm addicted.
JohnA :evil:
It wasn't that Lake Placid Blue Tele on Rinkya was it???

Dave

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Post by Diodibuh » Tue Jan 04, 2011 2:40 am

no, this one will be SG ;)
JohnA - Bacchi addiciton rulz ;)

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Post by bacchusnut » Fri Jan 21, 2011 1:04 pm

what a great deal on that bacchus!!!,....looks reallll nice ,...i have a bst 54 that ive had now for a couple of months and is nothing short of amazing!!,....
that gtr tho looks reaaaally cool!!!!

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Post by throstur » Sun Jan 23, 2011 3:06 pm

marcusnieman wrote:We all need an SG:

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Well THIS is excactly the reason I sold my fantastic BST-62 to Dave, I got me a ?61 reissue Gibson SG. It smokes all other Gibson?s I have owned and played so far, I just love it :D
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Post by marcusnieman » Sun Jan 23, 2011 4:43 pm

throstur wrote: Well THIS is excactly the reason I sold my fantastic BST-62 to Dave, I got me a ?61 reissue Gibson SG. It smokes all other Gibson?s I have owned and played so far, I just love it :D
Ah.... me too. I've dressed mine up a bit with Faber gear (alum tailpiece with locking studs, ABR1 bridge with brass saddles, new capacitors and a vintage style Les Paul truss rod cover). Like you, finest SG I've ever owned or played:

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Post by throstur » Mon Jan 24, 2011 9:26 am

Hey marcusnieman, I would be interested in the alu tailpeace and the ABR 1 bridge.

There are so many types og bridges and tailpieces, could you tell me the names/numbers on the ones you ordered? That way I?ll know they fit mine :D

What type/size of capacitors did you put in? Is there a big difference?
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