Bill & Beanie BB34C/EQ
Bill & Beanie BB34C/EQ
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Diaboliksergio 07/16/2014

Bill & Beanie BB34C/EQ : Diaboliksergio's user review

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I bought it new in 1993 for about 360Fr is a luthier that I had been recommended value for money compared to eg the Japanese Takamine EF341C.
I must admit that 24 years after he was right. The brand was little known aficionados but has nothing to envy to the gear today.

Made in Korea in the 90s
Splint, back and mahogany
Set neck, 19 frets
Rosewood fingerboard and bridge
Gold hardware
Head nut and bridge saddle bone
Preamp 5 Band Equalizer: mid, treble, bass, 1-2 khz, and volume
My preference on this guitar string;
Adario EJ15 Phosphor Bronze Extra Light 10-47


This folk guitar is very enjoyable to play, width at nut head and about 43.3 mm comparable to electric guitars, varnished handle increases comfort games and cutting table for access to notes acute.
The quality of materials of the time is of good quality, mechanical gilding is still nickel.


The guitar requires the use of an amplifier for dry guitar is rather small fund is not too épaisse.C is an electroacoustic folk not an acoustic guitar I chose for this and also because the sound is warm round in low and slightly metallic depending on the setting of the preamp.


I have since 1993 and I still play from time to time always a pleasure. It does not frieze, the game is still enjoyable. I shifted in his bag for a Godin A5 recently purchased, of course, not comparable, but I certainly do not regret this purchase at the time.
For me it is collected.