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  • the_beginnerthe_beginner

    Stagg G490Published on 08/22/07 at 16:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello as I'm new here I will drop you off my mind for this guitar:
    This is very good scratch beautiful when you see but you use it is another story (rather bad).
    Bon has 22 frets as the true home gibson SG but access is very acute way, but you varies. Its pickups are like the G300 home stagg (so bad)
    -It has a Bigsby vibrato (which gives a great look a little vintage)
    -It has the buttons on a sg.
    - But I hope it's a failure because the original notes he scratched out this is a disaster because the agreements you make are false (the investments of the frets)
    eg do nothing else matters it is almost impossible because of poor grades. But some settings in the luthier's a normal scra…
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    Hello as I'm new here I will drop you off my mind for this guitar:
    This is very good scratch beautiful when you see but you use it is another story (rather bad).
    Bon has 22 frets as the true home gibson SG but access is very acute way, but you varies. Its pickups are like the G300 home stagg (so bad)
    -It has a Bigsby vibrato (which gives a great look a little vintage)
    -It has the buttons on a sg.
    - But I hope it's a failure because the original notes he scratched out this is a disaster because the agreements you make are false (the investments of the frets)
    eg do nothing else matters it is almost impossible because of poor grades. But some settings in the luthier's a normal scratches (I should have put it in tones) short 3 / 10

    UTILIZATION

    The round is a true horror, but to move to treble it is hard not give a good sound but after some solo luthier gonna like clockwork) ... well for me
    For the weight it is heavy but after you habiturez a weight
    the right sound I have not known this skyscraper (TFW that because of the amp)
    3 / 10 before the repair but 7 / 10 after repair

    SOUNDS

    It is suitable for metal (which is strange is that my rhythm player I incline to the pace, not the solo (well just for the solo) it comes out crystal clear sound the amp is a 20 ga stagg dr bad amp (for tapping it fairly hard on it) 1 / 10 before repair 7 / 10 after repair

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a year chui not disappointed but hey this is my first scratch what I
    What I like is its vintage look but I do not like it's his
    I try another model but EUR 400 dsl j'voulais see the sides of the same price but it was the only remaining (it costs 270 euros)
    Maybe my guitar had a manufacturing defect (the same grote) but with the scratch amp took a very good experience with this model I will not but one thing for the same brand I should have taken a Cort EVL has 270 euros.
    For those who do not take the research one but the try before you buy because there are faults on it
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