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  • bonycrisbonycris

    Japanese excellence in violin

    Bacchus DX5BGPPublished on 12/31/13 at 00:38
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Japan
    jazz bass neck like us (and better ...)
    Same as my JB us + turbo boost (amazing for passive)

    USE

    Is the handle comfortable? ... But more than that !!, yet I've had since I started low.
    very well balanced and large the most accurate
    it is this low happiness


    SOUNDS

    I do a lot of different style and this bass allows me to do almost everything: good jazz walking when I have to move my flême bass, slap funk for planes (thank you the turbo boost) and even the mediator to rock blues. Its level is very precise, ideal to highlight groove and solo.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for 6 months, I have had a lot of 5-Strings: Fender, Yamaha, musicman ..ouai ... well ... …
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    Made in Japan
    jazz bass neck like us (and better ...)
    Same as my JB us + turbo boost (amazing for passive)

    USE

    Is the handle comfortable? ... But more than that !!, yet I've had since I started low.
    very well balanced and large the most accurate
    it is this low happiness


    SOUNDS

    I do a lot of different style and this bass allows me to do almost everything: good jazz walking when I have to move my flême bass, slap funk for planes (thank you the turbo boost) and even the mediator to rock blues. Its level is very precise, ideal to highlight groove and solo.

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I use it for 6 months, I have had a lot of 5-Strings: Fender, Yamaha, musicman ..ouai ... well ... I have to say that I would trade it for any of them today ' hui :)
    I had tried it there one year during a tour and I had a crush on this one and a Z-level workshop but price is not the same concept (Z workshop: 3000 euros)
    What about that Bacchus: a violin worth 3000 euros a shovel, a sound super accurate
    pity it is available only import!
    careful anyway !!! as in fender there are three categories
    the "handmade" made in Japan at the factory Aska (the top) is the one that I have = corona fender us
    the "craft" made by various Japanese Japanese luthiers = fender japan
    and Global series, made in asia .... = fender mexico and china
    here are the details: https://www.deviser-bacchus.com/english/
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  • bonycrisbonycris

    Japanese excellence in violin

    Bacchus DX5BGPPublished on 12/31/13 at 00:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Japan
    hose-like jazz bass us (and better ...)
    Same as my JB + turbo boost us (amazing for passive)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it enjoyable? But more than that ...!, Yet I've had since I started low.
    very well balanced and big sound ultra-precise
    it is a happiness that low

    SOUNDS

    I do a lot of different style and this bass allows me to do almost everything from jazz walking well when I have to move my flême bass, slap funk to the planes (thank you the turbo boost) and even mediator for rock blues. Level, it is very precise, ideal to highlight groove and solo.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months, I have had a lot of 5-string: fender, yamaha, m…
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    Made in Japan
    hose-like jazz bass us (and better ...)
    Same as my JB + turbo boost us (amazing for passive)

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is it enjoyable? But more than that ...!, Yet I've had since I started low.
    very well balanced and big sound ultra-precise
    it is a happiness that low

    SOUNDS

    I do a lot of different style and this bass allows me to do almost everything from jazz walking well when I have to move my flême bass, slap funk to the planes (thank you the turbo boost) and even mediator for rock blues. Level, it is very precise, ideal to highlight groove and solo.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 6 months, I have had a lot of 5-string: fender, yamaha, musicman, Sadowsky .. yeah ... ben ... I must say that I do not trade it for any of them today :)
    I had tried there one year during a tour and I had a crush on this one and a Z Shop price level but this is not the same concept (workshop Z: 3000 euros)
    What about that Bacchus: a violin worth 3000 euros a shovel, a sound super accurate
    pity it is available in import!
    careful anyway! as in fender there are three categories
    the "handmade" made in Japan in Aska factory (the top) is the one I have = the corona fender us
    the Japanese "craft" made by various Japanese luthiers = the fender japan
    and Global series, made in asia .... = fender mexico and china
    Here are the details: https://www.deviser-bacchus.com/english/
    See less
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