NAMM 2016: B&G Handmade Guitars Introduces the Big Sister
B&G Handmade Guitars Introduces the Big Sister 4-String Bass
Official info below:
B&G Handmade Guitars has introduced the Big Sister 4-string bass. This follows the hugely successful launch of the Little Sister guitar in April, 2015, which enjoyed amazing feedback, including the “Gear of the Year 2015 Highly Commended” award by Guitar & Bass magazine.
With the Big Sister birth, B&G applied the same traditional materials and techniques used with Little Sister – a unique chambered body design and 50’s nitro finish. The Big Sister is designed to offer supreme playability, rich sound and versatility. Together with its unique looks and light weight, the Big Sister stands out as a beautiful working instrument that can fit in the toolbox of any musical genre. On stage, at home or in the studio, the Big Sister was built to leave a mark.
The Big Sister is available either fretted or fretless, with Aguilar Singles or Aguilar Humbuckers. Honduras Mahogany neck and Brazilian Rosewood fingerboard are available for an extra charge.
B&G Handmade Guitars are gimmick-free. They create well-balanced, unique and original instruments. They even cast their own brass hardware from a unique alloy that conducts the fullest frequency range and they use thick brass pickup covers to isolate the coils instead of the cheap pressed tin covers used by other manufacturers.
Priced at $3450, each Big Sister is built to order and there is no extra charge for left-handed models. Worldwide sales are handled directly through B&G or via their network of dealers
For more information on the Big Sister, visit bngguitars.com.