Back and Sides: Mahogany
Bridge and Fingerboard: Rosewood
Soundhole: Abalone inlays style
Backstrip: Heringbone style
Binding: top, back and headstock
Machine Heads: Diecast nickel with pearloid button
Tortoiseshell pickguard included
Electronics active: under saddle pickup and 4 band EQ NS 4: Volume and B / M with High / Low end switch / T and Presence and Feedback killer notch and Phase selector and battery check
Outputs: 1 x standard 1 / 4 inch jack and 1 x XLR
The handle is very nice.
Access to treble is fairly easy, but I never need to go beyond the 12th fret.
The shape is well thought out. The wood color is beautiful. I have not tried many different guitars, I always sought the cheapest, the most faithful to my style, and most beautiful. As for all the little finishing details, material selection, I'm really dropped.
It is well suited to use as I did.
I live on the mixing desk, or my amp for electric guitar. The sound is very good on the mixer. Ultimately, I think that buying an effects pedal for acoustic guitar, would be welcome.
I play mostly French variety and some good old rock.
It does what I ask him very well with good sound accurate and clear enough.
I use it for about a year. My favorite is the aesthetic that is truly beautiful. I have tried no other acoustic guitar before this one.
The price / quality ratio is great.
I would do without hesitation that choice because it is perfect to use as I am now even if I intended more for higher-end guitars.
EXELLENT to start!
Did you find this review helpful?yesno
Stagg SF209 Satin images
Discover other products!
Other Stagg acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars