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Austin Introduces New J-Style Bass

New this Summer from Austin Guitars is the AU834 J-Style 4-string bass guitar, offered in four colors: Black (AU834BK), Natural (AU834N), Metallic Blue (AU834MB) and Metallic Red (AU834MR)...

September 1, 2004

New this Summer from Austin Guitars is the AU834 J-Style 4-string bass guitar, offered in four colors: Black (AU834BK), Natural (AU834N), Metallic Blue (AU834MB) and Metallic Red (AU834MR).

The AU834 features a solid hardwood body, maple neck with rosewood fingerboard, dual custom pickups for a wide tonal range, two volume and one tone control, adjustable bridge with individual adjustment for height and intonation, and chrome hardware. In addition, the J-Style Bass uses the classic Schaller style tuning machines with large "butterfly" buttons offer a significant gripping surface while tuning.

The AU834BK and AU834N lists for $279.00. The AU834MB and AU834MR list for $289.00. All colors are in stock and are shipping right now.

For more information, visit their web site at www.austingtr.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004