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bigsoul123 02/22/2009

Stagg S300 : bigsoul123's user review

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Value For Money : Excellent Audience: Beginners
Copy of stratocaster made in China

- Pickups: 3x single coil
- Controls: 1x volume + 2x tone
- Pu selector: 5 positions
- Body: solid alder (2 pieces)
- Neck: maple / 648 mm
- Fingerboard: rosewood / 21 frets
- Bridge: classic strat-style tremolo
- Mechanical, chromed
- Color: Sunburst

UTILIZATION

We have an alder body into two parts is not shocking considering the price, and I've seen on some more expensive models

A C-profile neck thicker than and less than a modern strat ressiue 1960
matt varnish and rosewood fingerboard fairly good. No flaws frets are comfortable, seemingly durable enough style "JUMBO" a bit high for my taste, which can be awkward for the slides so thin strings, too bad! (To settle the action)

Asmat microphones but "honest" given the price, ie not the thunders of war but an overdrive happening again (exit the metal)

For the mechanical hardware are pretty catastrophic must be said. The bridge is a replica of the old models to five anchor points except for the bridges that they are more modern, nickel finish, a priori, one can doubt but it works well.

The tone pots work and plate "pickguard" white is limited. Note
that painting "sunburst" 3 tone is quite successful.

SOUNDS

This guitar is well suited for blues rock and funk (Texas Blues)

I use a tube amp style TWEED modernized a bit with HP 12 "

We found a very characteristic sound of its big sisters in California, a classic
Crystalline, and very expressive. Yum!
certainly not as great as the original ... it is definitely a can!
Good sustain
sounds with microphones handle alone and middle + bridge are convincing
(I think with good it'll be nice alnico pickups.)

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a week.

Well to start if the plug on a quality amp!


Most alder body as the real (SB) rather well, to see CAUTION according to the series!

the maple neck + rosewood correct / value for money



The -: the mechanical / pickguard / nickel finish questionable / microphones Asmat / lacrosse not very pretty

I happened to test a lot of different guitars including some luxury models and have been playing for ten years.

The value for money is good overall.