I bought 4 for sound to our rehearsals on the advice of the seller.
Of the four, one never worked, one was dropped after one week, six months after the third ... But the fourth is still brave!
My dealer has always taken me no problem, but then I confess I do not want to give it a try to keep them longer. I'll go to something else (more Stagg too disappointed ...). It's a shame when they turn the sound is good. But 75% of case (in my case), I still find that it's too much to be honest ...
Value (sound) / price: good
Value (speaker) / price: bad
The goal for me was to have a way to amplify the most correct possible electro-acoustic guitar, an electric guitar through a DR-880 (bar) and / or multi-effects (FX) Digitech RP1000. In both cases the result exceeds all my expectations, the sound is absolutely superb for electro and the bar / FX, must have a feedback filter on the solenoid because it can go very quickly saw the power of 350w of the enclosure. Frankly, if the sound is bad is that the simulation is programmed incorrectly or not turned on because 9 times out of 10 the sound is extra nice! Gretsch, Strat, Tele, Les Paul and Ibanez, piano, vocals, bass and everything goes beautifully with 2 speakers are alive without forcing a piece of 200m ² ...
Regarding the enclosure itself, XLR + Jack microphone input with level, XLR + RCA stereo line input with level, Flight Officer, Grave, Acute classical, the above model has USB drives / SD. I preferred the 12 "to 15" which is more boomy and less homogeneous mediums. The finish is very clean, 15Kg with 2 wheels, 3 adjustable handles and foot bath. 1 year warranty, the I think it is too little when we know the reliability of very poor speaker / amp.
For a modest budget - € 300, Stagg quite strong because the sound is very clean, no breath or saturation even at bottom no extraneous noise or vibration. The balance and overall clarity is very suitable for the instruments and music.
So of course I'm not going to throw away my Delta Blues he has other qualities that are unique, but I can tell you that when you try it you will not want to turn on the amp. I therefore strongly advise anyone who wants to take the plunge and for those on a budget a bit larger systems in tri-phonic electro is nirvana ... To conclude I would say that with the quality of the new processors / digital converters Eleven / Fractal / etc, called wideband amplification is doomed to a bright future