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Storm ST650
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Storm ST650

STC-Shaped Guitar from Storm belonging to the ST series.

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ebrian ebrian
Publié le 01/11/09 à 08:21
Value For Money : Excellent
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Chinese brand.

UTILIZATION

Stratovolcano shape, beautiful wood finishes correct: no traces of glue, which frets that potentiomtres dpassent or "dance" as this may be the case in Chinese products. It's always the lottery!
Accs the treble on a Start and reasonable weight.
: Mechanical keep the agreement.

SOUNDS

Versatile as the strata, but the pickups, more than correct, lack DEFINITIONS, body and have nothing to envy the most standard strats Mexico. So there are all the same this ct Stratocaster but with less character. I tried this guitar for 3 hours on a good amp lamps Rivera volume (clean well without Overdrive spciaux.Avant effects of judgments htifs try a guitar on a good amp and not a stew!

OVERALL OPINION

Another copy of nime strata Plutt is doing well. Value for money good quality but knowing that the Chinese products are an A veritable lottery (finishes, pickups, wood, electronic) it is better to avoid buying them by mail so you have to try all costs.
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