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  • Stagg BC300

    Stagg BC300 - " Yes but with some changes"
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    10/01/10

    slim sleeve 24f. After setting c is playable. mikes ... Ben is the sound that comes out ... c is the rest of classic and cheap UTILIZATION handle really pleasant, the strings are all the same spaces, must love. I love that c is the weight, reall…

  • Stagg BC300FL

    Stagg BC300FL - laurent4114's review
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    01/10/09

    I think for the price, do not expect miracles, but it is a more qu'honnte. For me the ropes of origin are set to change the thread round which sounds less flat . With a little reverb the sound is all done correct.Le handle is terminated and the instr…

  • Stagg BC300

    Stagg BC300 - Adx star's review
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    10/26/08

    Frabique asia 24 frets, 3 pickups types 2 and 1 PB JB liabilities. Alder body A volume knob for each pickup and one tonalitbr /> A race between the Jazz and Precision quite pleasant. UTILIZATION The neck is very pleasant compared to other i…

  • Stagg BC300

    Stagg BC300 - Aquabluesman's review
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    08/07/08

    I long, I think it was manufactured in China 2 volume 1 tone UTILIZATION Everything is very average, but it is relatively easy to play when you start. Standing it is light but the handle has a tendency to pitch down ... so do not let go! Th…

  • Stagg BC300FL

    Stagg BC300FL - cajunthierry's review
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    05/15/08

    See descr other UTILIZATION Channel quite enjoyable, even taking into account that: - I have big hands not trs - I stayed long enough without practicing, and Why to we'll have fingers ... Access in AIGS: correct Ergonomics: Good. Balance …

  • Stagg BC300FL

    Stagg BC300FL - Anonyme's review
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    05/05/08

    Made in China, 0 fret (obviously). Mine was "natural" but the three parts of the body were of different colors. Easel very ordinary, black, like the rest of the hardware, fragile ... Handle fairly thick, gender Precision, or GM, not very "fretles…

  • Stagg BC300FL

    Stagg BC300FL - chguigoz's review
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    02/21/08

    Low manufactures in Asia Smooth round Micros precision / jazz buttons Natural wood The pickups are adjustable in height in a range wide enough for TOP! Mcanique lgre just above the handle, but fat, no problem with, not move, will RULES alon…

  • Stagg BC300FL

    Stagg BC300FL - Anonyme's review
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    12/17/07

    Made in China, according to specifications EUROPEN. (Stagg is Belgian) 0 fret, it's nice. Chevalier traditional black hardware look the best on mine is not black but "natural satin." Mine blackened fingers, I do not know why ... If you have a rpo…

  • Stagg BC300

    Stagg BC300 - Debeulbuck's review
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    06/26/07

    Good pack for beginners, small problem: the jack embrenchement the bass is very fragile! Otherwise, it runs everything you need to learn ki suitably cheap. …

  • Stagg BC300/5

    Stagg BC300/5 - ctrl_alt_suppr's review
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    05/18/07

    EBay bought in Germany. this bass has 24 frets and two microphones of all that is most correct with independent volume knobs for each pickup and one tone knob. The handle is screwed (and a bit sucks, see below). UTILIZATION This leads to the prob…