you will be hard pressed to locate a Vintage Series example with the ash body/rosewood 'board combo.
They do exist but they are IMO very rare to pop up.
There was recently one on YJ that had a warranty card with it; a model I have never seen before.
It was a white blonde ash body w/slab rosewood 'board & it looked mint.
There was a web site in Australia that used to have a BST-120 (as listed on page 18 in the 1998 catalog) but the web site is currently dormant with nothing posted.
I didn't really notice your thread title until just now; I was looking at your OP verbiage.
As far as the thread title Bacchus BST62 vintage series strat I can say with strong confidence that I know of no BST-62 examples with an ash body.
Every one I have owned have a 2 piece/center seam alder body.
If there are any examples of a BST-62 from the Vintage Series era with an ash body, I have never heard of this.
There is an old saying though: anything is possible.
I have an Seymour Duncan DS100 for sale--
beautiful guitar and on the same level (had a bacchus, too)
well, you have seen something that I have never seen, nor heard of so, if that's the case you should have kept that extremely rare animal.
the one that was on YJ with the ash body/rosewood 'board was listed for at least 3 weeks & then it finally vanished.
Don't know if it was sold, or if the seller just pulled the listing.
The model name on the warranty card was stamped BSJ SPORT WBD.
I have never heard of a BSJ & I never bid because I have more Strats than I have fingers. :lol: :lol: