A rad and very accessible baritone for modern, low tuned, heavy music players looking for great tuning and tension.
What is it? • 28” scale baritone that sells for $500.00 US
• Factory tuning B Standard
• Tuned to G Standard in this video
• Using 13 - 72 gauge strings from Ernie Ball
What’s it all about?
• The quality and feel of this guitar exceed the price. Chapman really over delivers here. This is not a budget guitar. It’s good guitar at a great price.
• Stock locking tuners and a super solid bridge. I set the intonation in about 10 min and the guitar holds tune well over time.
• Loaded with humbuckers so noise is low and upgrade options are plentiful. You can even play without a gate at decent gain levels.
• Long feel - it’s a little longer than the RGIB. The bridge and pickups ARE cut back a bit. But they COULD go back a bit more. It’s fine for me, but may inhibit players with shorter reach.
• Only big gripe is the 12th fret brand inlay. Ornate inlays are a major turnoff for me and most guitarists I’ve ever know. It’s the only thing that prevents me from keeping it.
Who’s it for?
• A rad and very accessible baritone for modern, low tuned, heavy music players looking for great tuning and tension.
• People who want to try a long scale baritone at a low financial risk
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