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Steinberger Spirit GT-PRO Standard
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Steinberger Spirit GT-PRO Standard

Other Shape Guitar from Steinberger belonging to the Spirit series.

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" Ideal for all!"

Steinberger Spirit GT-PRO StandardPublished on 06/05/13 at 02:18
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Korea

Steinberger vibrato
2 single coil + a Double
1 Volume + 1 Tone

Especially not think putting EMG active pickups because there is no place to put the battery unless you machine a new cavity! but be careful because there is not already a lot of wood for the guitar so for active EMG pickups I think we forget!

UTILIZATION

Les Paul type handle that fits nicely in the hand to play nice
Weight 2.450 Kg so no fatigue while standing or sitting, it does not cut you off the circulation in the leg as some heavy guitars!
easy access to hyper acute

Meanwhile I decided to change the pickups and I put MS Tornado:
2 single 60's Stratocaster neck with 6.2 kohm and 6.3......
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Made in Korea

Steinberger vibrato
2 single coil + a Double
1 Volume + 1 Tone

Especially not think putting EMG active pickups because there is no place to put the battery unless you machine a new cavity! but be careful because there is not already a lot of wood for the guitar so for active EMG pickups I think we forget!

UTILIZATION

Les Paul type handle that fits nicely in the hand to play nice
Weight 2.450 Kg so no fatigue while standing or sitting, it does not cut you off the circulation in the leg as some heavy guitars!
easy access to hyper acute

Meanwhile I decided to change the pickups and I put MS Tornado:
2 single 60's Stratocaster neck with 6.2 kohm and 6.3 kohm in mid
1 Humbucker 12.9 kohm splittable
slightly waxed to prevent howling but not too much to let them breathe, and I guarantee you that it gives a great guitar mid Strato / Les Paul!

SOUNDS

Yes with changes in microphones that gives a great guitar, not only for travel but also to record and play live!

OVERALL OPINION

For a year! and I waited to change the pickups because I wanted to see if this guitar was worth it and I regret nothing!

I also installed an adapter to use any type of string so I do not have an obligation to double rope balls which is much more convenient and much more economical

Value for money well € 260 and € 260 guitar pickups MS Tornado but it does!

Note that I have other much more expensive guitars with pickups of all brands and wood squarely above but this small but well equipped guitar pickups MS Tornado play in the large yard! so if it again I will but before I take her everywhere because this small because it does not take place in the car, and to protect it when I go on stage and there is danger in transport I found a suitcase Decathlon weapon ideally suited to a ridiculous price
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" that's good"

Steinberger Spirit GT-PRO StandardPublished on 09/25/12 at 13:36
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Korea 2012, no head and little body, 24frettes, hss passive pickups, selector 5POS, double ball strings not obvious to find, easel. Steinberger vibrato.
The handle is big enough gibson 50s style, painted a regal in leg

UTILIZATION

The guitar weighs his weight, although pleasant, and the bar to play sitting is really cool.
The pickups are probably emg passive HZ4 s1 and s2.
Huge surprise, they are all three noiseless, zero distortion even in parasite TURN

SOUNDS

P. .. it works hard. The double is a treat acute absolute villain not accurate clinic, grain hot enough, top.
Big surprise for the simple side handle, sounds at least as good as my fender hot noiseless, the......
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Korea 2012, no head and little body, 24frettes, hss passive pickups, selector 5POS, double ball strings not obvious to find, easel. Steinberger vibrato.
The handle is big enough gibson 50s style, painted a regal in leg

UTILIZATION

The guitar weighs his weight, although pleasant, and the bar to play sitting is really cool.
The pickups are probably emg passive HZ4 s1 and s2.
Huge surprise, they are all three noiseless, zero distortion even in parasite TURN

SOUNDS

P. .. it works hard. The double is a treat acute absolute villain not accurate clinic, grain hot enough, top.
Big surprise for the simple side handle, sounds at least as good as my fender hot noiseless, the slamming and good looks, zero noise.
The simple environment I have removed as embarrassing as the plectrum and installed on another guitar in the neck position with the same excellent results.

J suddenly have a selector 3 sounds more relevant than original.
Very good, amazing for the price.

OVERALL OPINION

I did not know, wanted something compact for the holidays and I'm left with a real guitar which has nothing to envy to others.
The vibrato works as well that a floyd, trouble less.
N short throw in more, I will a day if necessary, 275 roros c is nothing for this excellent guitar.
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Steinberger Spirit GT-PRO StandardPublished on 12/07/05 at 11:30
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Channel button palisandre 24 jumbo frets
micro, double neck and bridge in central simple (EMG select)
five-way type fender
Steinberger licensed bridge (with the agreement is not maintained if nickel!)
two pots, one volume, a tona
spcificit the guitar, head-piece without the phylosophy conformment Steinberger with a body Reduces its simplest form (like me), finishing above any supper.

UTILIZATION

Key palisandre with large frets ... not what is best, but relatively enjoyable. Channel rounder than that of its sister the Hohner GT3 (I also) strat fawn
Access in acute ... one can even tell Access in microphone! no obstacle until the 24me and because there is nothing to GNER.
......
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Channel button palisandre 24 jumbo frets
micro, double neck and bridge in central simple (EMG select)
five-way type fender
Steinberger licensed bridge (with the agreement is not maintained if nickel!)
two pots, one volume, a tona
spcificit the guitar, head-piece without the phylosophy conformment Steinberger with a body Reduces its simplest form (like me), finishing above any supper.

UTILIZATION

Key palisandre with large frets ... not what is best, but relatively enjoyable. Channel rounder than that of its sister the Hohner GT3 (I also) strat fawn
Access in acute ... one can even tell Access in microphone! no obstacle until the 24me and because there is nothing to GNER.
Trs good ergonomics, a go anywhere, lightweight (but with sound!) The device to play and just sit Drout but it works.
The sound is good, the sound changes according to the microphones and cohrente even in the clean sounds that are not his cup of tea forcment.

SOUNDS

I like this kind of toy, it changes a little bit of a standard worthy of its name. I play everything with little prs, of the kind Golman mchante Dolie.
More "round" my GT3 (it Yadji an opinion on the MODL) and well filled in spite of its physical volume of thinner. I use a Vetta and a Manir gnrale on pieces that boustent a bit.

OVERALL OPINION

2 years of loyal service, she went on vacation with me rgulirement with a pandora in a lounger beside a swimming pool can rpter quiet ...
Among the various guitars I can play, Fender Start, Epiphone LP or a dernire Godin, I always return it for its reliability in terms of its place and sound, never a surprise. My GT3 is the delight of the keyboard of the group that tries the guitar.
It may be a lack of double split to have more sounds cheesy but I did that move me ...
Quality price ratio? I do not know, relative price fun, fun.
With exprience ... I am looking for the original, with the handle Vaie carbon and EMGs ... still find these accursed strings two balls!
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  • Manufacturer: Steinberger
  • Model: Spirit GT-PRO Standard
  • Series: Spirit
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/25/2004

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Other names: spiritgt pro standard, spiritgtprostandard, spirit gt pro standard white, spiritgt pro standard white, spiritgtprostandardwhite

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