Stagg 32k1

Electric 6-String Guitar

Made by Stagg

Description Copy of a B.C. Rich, Gibson style bridge, virtabre fret markers, left handed neck, dual humbuckers (not covered) only a tone knob.
Posted By Zakk Cook (14)
Directory Equipment: Guitars
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Overall Rating: 4.0 (of 5)
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On 4/1/2006, Zakk Cook (14) posted:
Overall Rating:
I looked at a few others but this was all I could afford. It would be one of my first picks if I was to but another guitar. I thinks it's best aspect is the tuning being able to hold up for a long time and the worst aspect is the fat neck. Its kick a-- for thrashing
Model Year: 2005
Price: $150.00
Where Obtained: Jam shack
Features:
America, Neck: maple Body: Mahogany. 24 frets: nickle. 6 strings. tone and a 3 way switch. H/H. Stagg uncovered pickups. soft tone finish. Gibson bridge, (like on the SG's) non-locking tonners.
Playability:
The neck is a bit fat, so I have trouble makeinf a few chords (but I have small hands). It can stand up to the B.C. Riches, and Jacksons. the high E string gets caught in the 2nd and 24th frets sometimes
Sound Quality:
I use a Kustom KBA35X DFX and a Danelectro FAB metal petal, and some times a behringer Hell Babe wah. I play thrash, shred and my guitar is a sweet little speed deamon. I've played a bit of classic rock and hair metal on it and it sounds fine. the sound is a dark crisp sound. the only guitars I've played on that I likme better than mine is Gibson Les Pauls SG, Jackson RR Flying V's, and a few gretch modles. It can get realy lound and realy soft depending if your playing heavy or doing a ballad
Durability:
It rarly comes out of tune. and the hardwear has not failed yet