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  • moddjomoddjo

    Stagg UC70-SPublished on 12/20/07 at 14:26
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Stagg Ukulele, tune soprano, made in China. The violin is plutt friendly.
    The weak point is rsolument tuning. The mcaniques are dismal. It's a shame. It is simply unplayable, and I test many of the same SERIES.
    Frets a fair bit (12).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is good, but at the CHAC acute trs limit (can not imagine playing the arrangement of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" by Jake Shimabukuro: there is not enough frets! !)
    Good ergonomics, enjoyable finish.
    On the standards of accuracy concerns (MRIT mcaniques new, but this price includes an instrument Tenson stable and half the price).

    SOUNDS

    Do not be simply unworkable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used three da…
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    Stagg Ukulele, tune soprano, made in China. The violin is plutt friendly.
    The weak point is rsolument tuning. The mcaniques are dismal. It's a shame. It is simply unplayable, and I test many of the same SERIES.
    Frets a fair bit (12).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is good, but at the CHAC acute trs limit (can not imagine playing the arrangement of "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" by Jake Shimabukuro: there is not enough frets! !)
    Good ergonomics, enjoyable finish.
    On the standards of accuracy concerns (MRIT mcaniques new, but this price includes an instrument Tenson stable and half the price).

    SOUNDS

    Do not be simply unworkable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used three days in esprant that would stabilize the tuning. the guy from M **** Total Chtelet tried to pass me by telling me the ointment that I oue too thin, a ukulele has often rang false, and so on. I welcome the bad faith of this man that his collgues dare to call "Luthier" which has not even deigned to repay this lamentable instrument (they made me have one). He pretends to be a psychopath who wanted to switch instruments every day.
    Go away and go to the little shop rue de Tolbiac buy a Tenson!
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