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Phil_Guitar 02/04/2010

Stagg S300 : Phil_Guitar's user review


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Violin making of this guitar is good quality and the pickups sound really good.
This guitar is the 1st electric guitar for my son who is 9 years old, and he REU as a gift of Christmas (2009).
The Stagg S300 electric guitar with a pitch shorter than a Fender Stratocaster:
This guitar has a tune of "57.6" cm, instead of "64.8" cm a Fender Stratocaster.
This amounts to a few prs play guitar tune "standard" by having placed a capo at the 2nd box and having r-tuning the guitar MI-LA-RE-SOL IF-MI.
Solid Alder body, Bolt-in saddle, rosewood fingerboard, 20 frets, 3 single coil pickups, 5-way diverter, 1 contrle volume gnral, 2 contrl in shade.
Cons by the hardware of this guitar is A veritable "disaster" (as most other models for children and small adults of all brands ...).
For this guitar becomes an instrument now truly "playable", it is absolutely necessary:
_ Change: Mechanical (which is pretty easy filmmaker): Mechanical by the quality of preferences "block chords" (like "Sperzel") and style "staggered" (search for "staggered tuners" on the web! I do not have room to explain everything here!)
_ Replace the nut with a graphite nut
_ Replace string by a string of a set of "pulling" a little louder and a mark of quality (a set of Elixir 10-52 is ideal for this guitar)
_ Replace the bridge type tremolo or the "freeze" in position "against al the body of the guitar." The tremolo delivered with this guitar is a true nightmare. Note: To find a tremolo on the size of that of this guitar, you may spend long hours of research, the tremolo of the guitar has absolutely nothing standard regarding its dimensions.
Once these transformations Producer, and a good rglage you are effected in presence of an instrument of excellent quality.
STAGG should propose a model "upgrade" the existing one, including these amendments, for a price multimdia course.