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Stagg S300
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Stagg S300

STC-Shaped Guitar from Stagg belonging to the Standard series.

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Bizzy Jey Bizzy Jey
Publié le 10/09/06 à 09:19
Audience: Beginners
Electric Guitar standard "s"
- Pickups: 3x single coil
- Rglages: 1x volume + 2x tonalitbr /> - slecteur micros: 5 positions
- Body: solid alder
- Handle: Saddle / 648 mm
- Fingerboard: rosewood / 21 boxes
- Bridge: classic vibrato styles
- Mcaniques: oil bath, chrome
- Color: blue.
- Made in China

UTILIZATION

Saddle-The handle is rather "soft" is is easily joubr />-The highs are pretty hard to CASC and sometimes border on the ropes
-It is rather heavy but the shape is a good copy of a Squier Affinity Start
-The sound is not bad but not exceptional

SOUNDS

-It must be all kinds of music except for jazz, in fact it good versatility!
I play on Drive-CD-200 and the sound can rveler trs After a few good rglages!
-This gives any sound with this instrument class low-end!
-For Punk, Rock, ... it's not too bad but its too light means the strings friezes!

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 2 years and I am rather lasslol
-The look is enjoyable, but lacks punch
Before this one, I tried that Squier taient exactly the same as the Squier Stagg S300 suaf that it is more expensive!
-You can get it in store for about 140/150! This guitar adviser for beginners or those with small budgets!
-Since I play on another Stagg, the S301 which sounds much more rock!
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