Stagg S200
Stagg S200

S200, STC-Shaped Guitar from Stagg in the S series.

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Stagg S200 : Anonymous 's user review

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Value For Money : Excellent
Made in China

STAGG Stratocaster-type "S"
Micro: 3 single coils
Controls: Volume 1 + 2 Tons
Micro switch: 5 positions
Body: Alder
Neck: Maple bolt-on 648 mm
Keys: Rosewood
21 frets
Bridge: Classic "S" Style Tremolo
Tuners: Vintage style nickel
Finish: gloss varnish
Color: black.

The pack has less than 200 € contains Stratocaster guitar STAGG with Jim Harley amp with cover


Then the handle is nice, the guitar is heavy but I'm a tough me so its not a problem for me, in terms of shape it is rather successful finish is not bad but the varnish is still weak, as my skyscraper has files is low quality cables, welding is also weak, and the number of time I spend in the local store, the handle I also set because it has started but with a twist Modified small it was perfect.

Access to acute is the last string it can be seen that its is difficult at times but it does not matter.

Serious micro and medium I do not like that too I prefer the bridge, because it sounds pretty clear is good for distortion but not others.


I am oriented rock, metal, I was rather the Smashing Pumpkins. So for some music billy corgan like "Muzzle" guitar can do with the micro bridge.

other microphones serious and medium drool too sizzling and sometimes it's rather messy.

before playing the amp pack the jim harley 15w, but now the amp is dead too lol


then 5 years anyway, I have another Les Paul type guitar STAGG which is above the stratosphere STAGG its level, sound level quality of the instrument.

Unfortunately, the seller is stingy enough for me to try models lol

what I love most: the shape of the guitar, finishing, mechanical, micro bridge
what I like least: both pickups neck and medium.

good quality / price ratio for a beginner, now that I have still five years of experience, I began to find affordable, but with experience for a strat I would turn to a SQUIER Classic Vibe 60's that I find wonderfully beautiful