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Maison Stratocaster LHPublished on 02/10/11 at 07:50
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar made in Korea, 21 frets, maple neck, neck, C, 2 microphones simple tones 1 volume, 5 position selector. A copy of strat what.

UTILIZATION

I'm too subjective to judge its quality compared to strats tried brand new in-store only. But yes, it is super easy to play, and we feel comfortable with.

SOUNDS

Perfect for blues / rock, we feel that sound is "fine" and just as loud amp settings, but that's normal for this type of guitar for me. This is not the humbucker, it has less thickness in the sound ...

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased in 1996, it remained long in the closet, and I emerged about 2 years ago, and with hindsight, I really have a good feeling about this guitar, which...…
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Guitar made in Korea, 21 frets, maple neck, neck, C, 2 microphones simple tones 1 volume, 5 position selector. A copy of strat what.

UTILIZATION

I'm too subjective to judge its quality compared to strats tried brand new in-store only. But yes, it is super easy to play, and we feel comfortable with.

SOUNDS

Perfect for blues / rock, we feel that sound is "fine" and just as loud amp settings, but that's normal for this type of guitar for me. This is not the humbucker, it has less thickness in the sound ...

OVERALL OPINION

Purchased in 1996, it remained long in the closet, and I emerged about 2 years ago, and with hindsight, I really have a good feeling about this guitar, which gives good sound quality compared to the expected on this type of product. At the time when I bought it was the quasi-first prize, but given the declining quality of the instruments in recent years, when I compare the finish and the sound of the first prize strats, fender MIM or others, mag today, well it stands up very well!

And more than 10 years I just had to change a mechanical dropped, the rest holds up, this has not been the case with other more expensive guitars ...
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  • Manufacturer: Maison
  • Model: Stratocaster LH
  • Category: Left-Handed Electric Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/22/2010

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