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Stagg: G300Electric Guitars
Stagg: G300

Standard "g" electric guitar, 2 humbucker pickups, 2 volume & 2 tone controls, 3-way toggle switch, solid mahogany body, rosewood fingerboard and more.

POSTED: 01/04/2006 - 12:37 am

8.5
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Stagg: SEL-ZEBElectric Guitars
Stagg: SEL-ZEB

I compared this guitar with Epiphones. I chose Stagg because it seemed like better quality for the money and it has a lot of the same features as a Gibson Les Paul. I love this guitar and would recommend it to the beginner and professional alike.

POSTED: 04/14/2014 - 11:34 am

7.6
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Stagg: H300Electric Guitars
Stagg: H300

The H300 has a solid alder body, hard maple neck and a rose wood fretboard. 2 humbuckers.

POSTED: 08/01/2012 - 03:45 am

7.3
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Stagg: L350Electric Guitars
Stagg: L350

It is a Les Paul style guitar, and unlike the Gibson Les Pauls, it has a slight less "sharpness" to the single cutaway.

POSTED: 05/04/2011 - 04:05 am

8.3
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Stagg: S301Electric Guitars
Stagg: S301

S301-YW Pure "S" Electric Guitar - pickups: 1x hww humbucker - controls: 1x volume - body: solid alder wood - pickguard: pearloid white - neck: hard maple, bolt-on / 648mm/ 25 1/2 in. - fingerboard: rosewood / 21 frets - bridge: fixed "s" style - machine heads: diecast, chrome - colour: yellow.

POSTED: 01/21/2011 - 03:40 am

5.3
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Stagg: S300Electric Guitars
Stagg: S300

This guitar is great for a beginner to intermediate player who is looking for an affordable alternative to a Fender strat.

POSTED: 09/23/2010 - 03:23 am

7.3
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Stagg: X300Electric Guitars
Stagg: X300

It has the B.C. Rich widow headstock, but it's not a B.C. Rich. All in all, it's worth buying, it's a great guitar with a great sound.

POSTED: 09/22/2010 - 03:22 am

8.2
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Stagg: L250Electric Guitars
Stagg: L250

I play all kinds of music, except pop-rock jazz and blues. I advice testing lots of guitars, but have this one in mind too.

POSTED: 09/01/2010 - 02:21 am

5.9
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Stagg: L320Electric Guitars
Stagg: L320

The guitar features a Tune-O-Matic bridge and a volume and tone control for each humbucking pickup. The guitar is fitted with a 3-way selector switch and is fitted with Stagg pickups. The tuners are also made by Stagg and are non-locking.

POSTED: 06/30/2010 - 03:39 am

8.3
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Stagg: R500Electric Guitars
Stagg: R500

POSTED: 11/25/2009 - 03:11 am

7.2
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Stagg: G-ForceElectric Guitars
Stagg: G-Force

Perfect for the guitarist looking for something a little different and fun!

POSTED: 05/11/2007 - 10:19 am

7.7
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Stagg: L400Electric Guitars
Stagg: L400

Classic rock "L" electric guitar, 2 humbucker w/cover pickups, 2 volume and 2 tone controls, 3-way toggle switch, arch top, solid alder wood body.

POSTED: 09/09/2006 - 02:34 am

8.4
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Stagg: F300Electric Guitars
Stagg: F300

This guitar has 22 frets, double humbucker pickups and a maple neck. It has a nice solid top and black scratch board. This guitar is a copy of the old Gibson Flying V, it's very close.

POSTED: 04/19/2006 - 04:00 am

8
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Stagg: T300Electric Guitars
Stagg: T300

The Stagg T300 is a Tele-body guitar made in China with traditional Tele stylings.

POSTED: 04/10/2006 - 04:15 am

6.8
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Stagg: G300Electric Guitars
Stagg: G300

Standard "g" electric guitar, 2 humbucker pickups, 2 volume & 2 tone controls, 3-way toggle switch, solid mahogany body, rosewood fingerboard and more.

POSTED: 01/04/2006 - 12:37 am

8.5
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