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    Tobias Renegade

    Tobias RenegadePublished on 10/29/03 at 15:00
    I have a 4 and a 5. They cost $675 and
    $800 respectively. I like them because
    the assymetrical neck is very comfortable
    and they are rather light weight. The
    Bartolini PU are another reason that I
    acquired these, although my tastes have
    since changed, and these are not standard
    like JJ or PJ sets where you can just get
    new PUs and pop them in.

    It's very comfortable and light, with a
    versatile but simple-to-use tone control.
    It's also fairly compact. I liked the
    big mid-rangey sound with solid but not
    boomy low end for its sort of "precise"
    sounding tone.

    I wish the 5 string had a 35" scale. My
    taste in tone has changed so I'm less in
    love with the classy "precise" th…
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    I have a 4 and a 5. They cost $675 and
    $800 respectively. I like them because
    the assymetrical neck is very comfortable
    and they are rather light weight. The
    Bartolini PU are another reason that I
    acquired these, although my tastes have
    since changed, and these are not standard
    like JJ or PJ sets where you can just get
    new PUs and pop them in.

    It's very comfortable and light, with a
    versatile but simple-to-use tone control.
    It's also fairly compact. I liked the
    big mid-rangey sound with solid but not
    boomy low end for its sort of "precise"
    sounding tone.

    I wish the 5 string had a 35" scale. My
    taste in tone has changed so I'm less in
    love with the classy "precise" thing and
    have become more of a thudwacker.

    I'm guessing that the bodies are poplar.
    They are light, and the grain is small.
    These are offset double cutaways, like
    small fender jazz bodies, rear routed.
    Finished in transparent gloss
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