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  • Vt678828Vt678828

    Stagg R500Published on 11/28/05 at 11:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Stagg R500 AM
    Pay Price: 220
    Made in China (but not show too!)
    Form: PRS copy
    Alder body / handle Saddle 636mm / 24 frets Rosewood
    Mcaniques (unbranded) oil bath chrome

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs enjoyable, I got quite broad, and plutt easy.

    Construction and finishing thundering for the price.

    Question his ... uh ... This guitar score around 200, do not ask for the moon!
    But it nanmoins trs honnte: a clear, relatively "sharp" and plutt balance. Insrer practice in a mix.
    Not a ton of bass and treble are not super bright (with the original pickups, anyway), but everything can s'qualiser ... So, ok!
    Sustain trs correct.

    SOUNDS

    I do not see what you can …
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    Stagg R500 AM
    Pay Price: 220
    Made in China (but not show too!)
    Form: PRS copy
    Alder body / handle Saddle 636mm / 24 frets Rosewood
    Mcaniques (unbranded) oil bath chrome

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs enjoyable, I got quite broad, and plutt easy.

    Construction and finishing thundering for the price.

    Question his ... uh ... This guitar score around 200, do not ask for the moon!
    But it nanmoins trs honnte: a clear, relatively "sharp" and plutt balance. Insrer practice in a mix.
    Not a ton of bass and treble are not super bright (with the original pickups, anyway), but everything can s'qualiser ... So, ok!
    Sustain trs correct.

    SOUNDS

    I do not see what you can not play this instrument ...
    Blues, Jazz (sr well, it's not soft and warm sound of a semi-acoustic!), Rock ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have this guitar recently.
    Given the price, ease of playing (not bad), audio (honnte) and appearance of the instrument (Aesthetics trsrussie), frankly, it is not theft.

    I tried a dozen other guitars (Cort, Ibanez and other Stagg), all in this price range of course, and it seemed to stand out.

    No, I have no regrets ... Nothing at all ...
    In my opinion, the two weak points of this guitar are:
    1. Micros fairly average, which is normal. But if one goes through gadgets and widgets, it's all done rcuprable.
    2. The mcaniques, and also (still considering the price) is normal.

    Rsultat races: Good for the service!
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