Rubbersoul (Beatle Fan?) I have a friend who owns a STAGG, a fender telecaster clone.
I have a rare pistache green Fender Telecaster California Beach(CB) a reissue of a 1952 Telecaster. Why rare, because the CB Telecaster was only for the European Market. There are maybe US telecaster fans, having this guitar, because of having family here, or maybe eBay. I never found why they were only for the European market (a stratocaster included). The sound is heavenly.
Probably this is supposed to be a very expensive guitar (again the passion to play and an investment.
About STAGG, I played it a few times, and the sound was pretty good. I don't know if the body is made of 1 piece, the sound wasn't that bad as a lot of people write. Using the Stagg on my Fender Cybertwin, all effects and a lot of Fender amps on board+playing it loud, they sound better. I believe that there is something with that guitar. I got a few times serious feedback.
CONCLUSION: not bad, but definitely not good.
There are better guitars, more low budget guitars. Epiphone?. I went to the music store 2 months ago, with the "stagg guy" he was looking around because he wanted to buy an Epiphone.
I played on the SG special, also the cheapest, but the sound was a lot better compared to the G-400 epiphone almost double in price. Personal taste: SG special
Detman wrote: I'm one of the most impatient people in this world.
I recognised myself 100%, I was also very impatient. Take a Plasma screen 52", I HAD TO BUY IT, money or not. Speaking of guitars, being impatient can be "dangerous". When you see a friend playing on a Gibson SG, and you purchased an Epiphone SG, you will "suffer". It is worth to wait and save your money. here are a few real affordable Gibsons and now I can say, that with a little budget, you are able to have some nice guitars.
[color=blue]- GITAARDOCPHIL SAIS: TO CONQUER DEAD, YOU HAVE TO DIE[/color] AND [color=blue] we are born to die[/color]
- MY GUITAR PLAYS EVERY STYLE = BLUES, ROCK, METAL, so I NEED TO LEARN HOW TO PLAY IT.
[color=blue]Civilization began the first time an angry person cast a word instead of a rock.[/color]