Three new Bajo Quinto models from Lucida have been revealed today following the Memorial Day weekend in America, and each boast a classic mariachi sound devoid of some of the “muddiness” derived from the low E-strings of a Bajo Sexto, quotes the company. Built from the tonewoods that comprise the Lucida Bajo Sexto, the Bajo Quinto comes in three configurations. The three models are: the acoustic model (LG-BQ1), thin-body electric model (LG-BQ2-E), and acoustic-electric model (LG-BQ1-E). All three sport solid spruce tops, rosewood fretboards and bridges, mahogany backs, necks and sides, and 3-ply body binding. Cutaway designs allow for more convenient access to the upper frets of the guitars, as well.
Each of the Bajo Quintos with 4-band EQ pickups retail for $399.99, while the base Bajo Quinto comes in at just $329.99, making these fairly affordable. All three of the Bajo Quinto models are currently available, so consumers will have the option of getting their mitts on any of these three intriguing designs in short order.
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