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Squier Stagemaster HSH

STC-Shaped Guitar from Squier belonging to the Stagemaster series

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Squier Stagemaster HSHPublished on 08/04/05 at 06:14
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The factory in silent Stagemaster indonsie
22 frets, 2 humbuckers and 1 single (HSH configuration)
Licensed Floyd Rose tremolo
1 slecteur 5 positions, 1 volume, 2 tonalitbr /> Manche stocky, rosewood fingerboard, head mache renverss
mcaniques six oil bath line, saddle pad strings

UTILIZATION

This just scratches possde handle pais, trs enjoyable for solos, but also good for trs rhythm.
22me The box is hardly difficult to achieve but it's still nice.
It really keeps the shape strat. A slot allows the body derrire rhausser and see what we do.
The MSM Stagemaster possdant a Floyd Rose type tremolo of a violin and bnaficiant well finished, the guitar sounds fine without the...…
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The factory in silent Stagemaster indonsie
22 frets, 2 humbuckers and 1 single (HSH configuration)
Licensed Floyd Rose tremolo
1 slecteur 5 positions, 1 volume, 2 tonalitbr /> Manche stocky, rosewood fingerboard, head mache renverss
mcaniques six oil bath line, saddle pad strings

UTILIZATION

This just scratches possde handle pais, trs enjoyable for solos, but also good for trs rhythm.
22me The box is hardly difficult to achieve but it's still nice.
It really keeps the shape strat. A slot allows the body derrire rhausser and see what we do.
The MSM Stagemaster possdant a Floyd Rose type tremolo of a violin and bnaficiant well finished, the guitar sounds fine without the plug.
At the sound is really nice. I am playing around with the microphone trs simple, but careful Fender Stratocaster sound. The two humbuckers are trs enjoyable. incisive wish for the bridge pickup and warm and round the neck pickup.

SOUNDS

Well, the stagemaster, you'll understand is intended to mtalleux and other shredders. So no problem for a ring. My escapades as Mtaliques and TGV passes, I can assure you that the styles for blues, jazz, rock, calm ... rglage if done well, at the amp and guitar, it sounds no problem in the clear as saturated.

Personally I played on a Marshall VS30R so for heavy distortion, it goes by itself. In contrast to the clear sounds, the range is infinite.

OVERALL OPINION

I have this guitar since 2001, what I like most about this guitar's versatility.
on the other hand, vibrato repulses me a bit and I had to block it.
Actually it's my deuxime guitar. I was looking for a MODEL who has just resumed the same prs CHARACTERISTICS an Ibanez RG. So I had the opportunity to test both MODELS. What made me crack? Start the form really comfortable.

I paid 2200 francs era (about 335). Trs honestly, for the price, there was nothing wrong.

As I said a little earlier, floyd do I use a little more. That's why if I choose a new guitar, I turned over a fixed bridge or the limit on a vintage vibrato. That said the configuration of the microphones is idalie.

A MODEL know that the silent version also dclin HSS (1 humbucker, 2 single).

Has the Stagemaster replaces the Showmaster which incorporates the same CHARACTERISTICS Ormis the shape of the guitar. It looks like a Start without being really and the plate is gone.
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Squier Stagemaster HSHPublished on 05/27/06 at 07:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The photo is a Squier Stagemaster blue.
-Factory in China
-2 Humbuckers and a single center (the whole plant) 5 notches selection of microphones
Floyd Rose vibrato bar
-2 Knobs: one volume, the other tonalitbr /> handle al-

UTILIZATION

Channel trs trs fine and enjoyable, unusual for a guitar of this price.
The frets are sharp trs accessible
Rpartition good weight, (and rather lightweight)
The pickups are drinking, for beginners it's perfect.

SOUNDS

At the light, not bad with the microphone serious (good for jazz).
the micro environment are more acute well suited for ac Arpeggios a chorus of Sepultura. (his crystal-clear).
Cot saturation was quickly do have...…
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The photo is a Squier Stagemaster blue.
-Factory in China
-2 Humbuckers and a single center (the whole plant) 5 notches selection of microphones
Floyd Rose vibrato bar
-2 Knobs: one volume, the other tonalitbr /> handle al-

UTILIZATION

Channel trs trs fine and enjoyable, unusual for a guitar of this price.
The frets are sharp trs accessible
Rpartition good weight, (and rather lightweight)
The pickups are drinking, for beginners it's perfect.

SOUNDS

At the light, not bad with the microphone serious (good for jazz).
the micro environment are more acute well suited for ac Arpeggios a chorus of Sepultura. (his crystal-clear).
Cot saturation was quickly do have parasites if it boosts the gain. But you can have a good honest well enough mtal prcis tros and not fat.
Personally I put the EMG-81 sacrilge and waste will be t tell me.
Anyway I have a standard potatoes and qd was not a salary is banqier pafais to wait.

OVERALL OPINION

I've had 3 years
Its good to all, but dirty because there is too much qd feedback gain.
This is an EXCELLENT report qualitprix
rather for beginners or fauchbr /> But now I will spend an ESP Horizon II is en-mieu: D
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  • Manufacturer: Squier
  • Model: Stagemaster HSH
  • Series: Stagemaster
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/04/2005

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