Stagg BC300 A
Stagg BC300 A

BC300 A, 4-string bass guitar from Stagg in the BC300 series.

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Average Score:3.0( 3/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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Griffith's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Stagg BC300 A
Lower the handle enjoyable, the rglages are INTERESTED.


Accs in acute ais gn we are not the body.
It seems a bit heavy when it was on a shoulder after noon ^ ^
Plug and Play, plug and play, it applies here.


Mtal of me to play, but I tried to jazz and classical musqiue, no worries with, versatile.
Fender amp uses for the occasion
This gives a round, warm up and slamming agrssif.


I use it for several months.
J'apprci the quality of the sound, I dprcie the ease with which it ray easily, simply by playing with a belt and a bracelet, although I messed up.
Excellent qualitprix
Yes, there I buy this bass again.

¤ss£µ*µss£¤'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Stagg BC300 A
No idea of ​​the origins, 24 frets, the pickups I know anything, it's just not that great!
5 settings, medium severe acute pickup selector and volume.


The handle is quite nice, access to acute is simple, the bass is well balanced and light.
to get a good sound, the amplifier must be unique, after all depends on what you call good sound.


They should have a lot of styles, except the slap.
I use a Fender Rumble 15 amp, and uses a pedal OD / distortion ibanez home (PD7)
are not great with all the configuration that we can try!


it should be about 6 months I use it if I had to choose again, I do not that would do it!
I like the general physical appearance of the low except black pots, mechanical and black!
value for money is not good.