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  • ericou1ericou1

    Stanbury SPR235Published on 01/12/10 at 12:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Considering the quality of the wood, finish ... I think she does manufactures in China or Japan.
    All The characteristics of a Fender Stratocaster standard configuration SSS
    But very bad quality but for a beginner is enough.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle does not slip quite my taste, CASC to treble is good ... uh poru the sound is very cheap even when such microphones. N'esprez not have the same sound of a Fender Stratocaster or you will be the. Given the poor quality wood, the guitar is lgre, at least one positive point.

    SOUNDS

    I rock, metal, funk, and frankly I find that whatever the style is not top like skyscrapers. in a clean sound can pass, unless you have a esprez his f…
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    Considering the quality of the wood, finish ... I think she does manufactures in China or Japan.
    All The characteristics of a Fender Stratocaster standard configuration SSS
    But very bad quality but for a beginner is enough.

    UTILIZATION

    Handle does not slip quite my taste, CASC to treble is good ... uh poru the sound is very cheap even when such microphones. N'esprez not have the same sound of a Fender Stratocaster or you will be the. Given the poor quality wood, the guitar is lgre, at least one positive point.

    SOUNDS

    I rock, metal, funk, and frankly I find that whatever the style is not top like skyscrapers. in a clean sound can pass, unless you have a esprez his fender. In lgre distortion, it's still the limit. By putting a lot of gain its not looking too bad.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's a guitar that a friend has found in his attic and wants to put the electric guitar at once, so I'm busy to give a facelift his guitar (the so stanburry) . I do not know how much it was worth to the departure but had to turn in the 70-80 so it's on with this price we do not have a great thing. My first electric c'tait a Squier Bullet Start (a little better than stanburry) APRS then I took a Fender Deluxe, a Mexican, 600. I can tell you that I felt the difference! Given what gives stanburry, it makes me even more eager to try the sub-brands of guitars, or sooner if I see a guitar other than Fender, Gibson, Yamaha, Ibanez, or ESP, I drop.
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