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Other Shape Guitar from Stagg belonging to the L series.

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  • JamesduJamesdu

    Stagg L350Published on 07/29/04 at 01:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Sincrement I do not know.
    - The pickups are original, but I plan to put short-term trs of Seymour & Duncan.

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is gnial: fine, slippery, not tiring for round two. In BPS, you can play between 3 and 5:00.
    - For Access in acute upper sleeve, frankly it's the top. I have small hands small enough, no pbm.

    SOUNDS

    - We play our own material type or rock or folk-rock or progressive rock. We have a large influence of 60's / 70's. It rpond perfectly our expectations, both in Rhythmic lead. Our compositions as in French, so the text bcp important, our music can be felt as trs trs powerful: it adapts.

    - For sound: both clean crunch is that the good …
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    - Sincrement I do not know.
    - The pickups are original, but I plan to put short-term trs of Seymour & Duncan.

    UTILIZATION

    - The handle is gnial: fine, slippery, not tiring for round two. In BPS, you can play between 3 and 5:00.
    - For Access in acute upper sleeve, frankly it's the top. I have small hands small enough, no pbm.

    SOUNDS

    - We play our own material type or rock or folk-rock or progressive rock. We have a large influence of 60's / 70's. It rpond perfectly our expectations, both in Rhythmic lead. Our compositions as in French, so the text bcp important, our music can be felt as trs trs powerful: it adapts.

    - For sound: both clean crunch is that the good rev. I use a Vox AD 60 VT and I'll pass on a VT 120. It's bliss. I am often asked, APRS concerts, "what it's like guitar?". Well they are stupfaits.

    Patches-for rglages is like the fish depending on availability. for the strings I use GHS 10.46.

    - BMOL the only small, it is the grave that may be too Submitted but just take it into account and compensate for the amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    - That's 2 years and half I have. I bought it in a deposit-sale for € 200 with a Peavey Rage 158. This is my scratch Premire electric and so left and broke the era, I profit.

    - Me who comes from the sound, I bav at least 1 2 months to find the correct sounds and "have fun" on it, I almost put away several times. I was hooked and frankly I can not do spare. I try not cost an Epiphone Les Paul type, the Stagg is closer to the Gibson or Gretsch.

    - Considering the price there is no better.

    I became a fan of Stagg: proof I just ordered a T-300 LH 405 LH + SF one I tried before buying. C is less than turnover for the seller, but this brand is poustouflante.
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