2016.4.7: I recently got a Bacchus G-Custom with a maple fretboard, 24F and HSH specs and was happy with it, but I won the bid because I thought this spec with a reverse head rarely comes up, lol.
The condition is quite noticeable with the arm, lock nut cap and screws, missing insert block on the 6th string, and the string grooves on the frets are worn.
The pickguard and back panel are a different color, and the switches and pots on it are foreign standard, so the electrical components may have been replaced.
The serial number seems to have been produced at a time when the meaning of the serial number could not be deciphered, so we cannot get the details of the model.
The wiring is the same as Ibanez, and the hum is tapped for half-tone and noise cancellation.
I tried to replace the bridge with a Floyd, but it interfered with the body, so I ended up leaving it stock.
The Rockin magic II does not cut the ball end, but uses an insert block to lock the strings after they are strung.
I bought a similar lock nut and screws from Home Depot and they worked.
The insert block for the 6 strings is for Floyd originals.
The scalloped high position only was probably inspired by Billy Sheen's basses.
I later obtained an arm of a privately made piece at an auction.
I also replaced the volume and tone knobs with common Strat black dial knobs.
2018.2: I gave it away because it was almost never used and the frets were too deeply worn to rub together.
The sound rise is very good.
About 18,000 + about 3,000 for missing parts?
|type of gear
|number of frets
medium jumbo size