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Bacchus T-series guitars by Deviser Japan.

Discussion in 'Other T-Types and Partscasters' started by JOE69, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. JOE69

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    Like the black one with the p-90
     
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  5. Feargal

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    I have a bacchus strat copy that's outstanding. For that money I'd have ot either play it first or sell it quick if I didn't like it, I don't think these will do that. I may check them out I I get to Japan.
     
  6. sneakyjapan

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    as little as 5 years ago that may have been the case, not so anymore...look around the web and see how many people outside Japan own and/or are after bacchus guitars now...not exactly a secret these days. Have seen those in the links up close and personal...nice but for the money they sell for new I`d rather buy other guitars...like older bacchus from 10 or more years ago...among other MIJs.
     
  7. FrankenFretter

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    I'm seeing the T-style guitars on eBay right now for under $250. Does anybody here have one of those? That seems like a fairly good deal for a MIJ guitar, although just being from Japan does not necessarily make them great guitars (although that's usually my assumption).
     
  8. vintage clubber

    vintage clubber Friend of Leo's

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    spam? at the very least needs to be moved to the "Other T Style" forum page...
     
  9. FrankenFretter

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    My post? I did a search, and found this thread. I'm not spamming, I have no association with anyone selling these guitars. I was just curious about them.
    Thanks.
     
  10. vintage clubber

    vintage clubber Friend of Leo's

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    actually, I was referring to the original poster of this thread.
     
  11. FrankenFretter

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    My apologies. This thread is five years old, but it was the only one with the "Bacchus" in the thread title.
     
  12. vintage clubber

    vintage clubber Friend of Leo's

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    Oh...I hadn't even picked up on how old this thread was...:eek::D


    Surprised the zombie thread patrol haven't come to kill it...:rolleyes:
     
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    I have a craft series t

    Its an awesome guitar and handmade

    Not as good as my whitfill but close if that means anything.
     
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