Stagg L250

Stagg L250

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L250, LP-Shaped Guitar from Stagg in the L series.

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Stagg L250 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Stagg
  • Model: L250
  • Series: L
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/14/2011

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Stagg L250 user reviews

Average Score:3.0(3/5 based on 1 review)
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Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good guitar started"

Stagg L250
I bought this guitar that was included with a cover and Stagg 10W amp, so a total of 200 €.

Here are the characteristics of the guitar:

Made in China
Les Paul type guitar solid Alder
Neck: Mahogany 628 mm
Body: Solid Alder
2x humbucker
Control: 1 x Volume + 1 x Ton
Selector position microphones: 3 positions
22 frets
Bridge: Tune-O-Matic
Mechanics: Diecast, nickel
Color: Black.


Yes indeed the handle and really nice, I get to play better on it than on my Stagg Stratocaster, neck and thin and easy to play.

The ergonomics are good, the weight is not heavy at all, I find it rather light.

Access to acute is easy until the last string, but against the micro level is not great at all the microphones are really cheaps a report guitar.

Micro Neck ago too serious really not easy to play in the Saturation, micro Bridge was my favorite he had many highs it was perfect for distortion and saturation really easy to play but unfortunately there not long after 2 years of use the micro Bridge has completely left me, again I do not know how changed the pickups to other microphones, I wanted changed for Seymour Duncan, but I plan to buy me a guitar better quality.

Right at the welds, cables I was forced to go see my vendor for all my rules but I had to go back because many of the stuff that is low-end unfortunately. But after all it is my favorite between this one and STAGG Stratocaster guitar.


It is suitable for rock, even for distortion after the other style I do not know because I do not play that rock has the Smashing Pumpkins (yes Billy Corgan and my favorite singer and guitarist is I am much a fan of his music ).

Micro Neck: too much in the bass and microphone tends raved still lol (not at all the point)

Micro Bridge: it still as many highs and a pretty clear and accurate sound, but as I said at the top unfortunately he dropped me

Right down to the amp as I have no money (it happens to everyone) I play the amp STAGG who was included but when I have money I'll go to the amps in the store near me.


For 2 years I used when I had the first time I was like a little crazy ^ ^ but I'll still make it repaired.

the one I love most: the micro bridge, finishes, mechanical, handle and type of wood.

the one I like least: the micro neck, cables and welding

I also have a Stratocaster STAGG I have 4 years and Stagg L250-BK is my second guitar.

I judge the correct quality / price ratio, with the experience I would turn on the pretty EPIPHONE Sheraton II but it is very decent

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