#4
Quote by GS LEAD 5
But do they usually sound good? That's what I wanna kno....


Way too vague.A no name brand could be a 100 dollar strat copy or it could be a hand built model from a small time luthier.You need to be more specific with your question otherwise you wont get anything helpful for an answer.

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#5
Quote by Pr0gNut
Way too vague.A no name brand could be a 100 dollar strat copy or it could be a hand built model from a small time luthier.You need to be more specific with your question otherwise you wont get anything helpful for an answer.

The one I have in mind makes dollar 180 superstrats. Company called Grason. Have one of their electric acoustics, has a good full tone, not the plastiky-pick scrapy sort. DOnt know how good their electrics are.
And yes, I know, I;m a noob.
#6
Quote by GS LEAD 5
The one I have in mind makes dollar 180 superstrats. Company called Grason. Have one of their electric acoustics, has a good full tone, not the plastiky-pick scrapy sort.


If they play and sound good and have no major quality issues then it might be worth it.That being said,it's a 180 dollar super strat copy,so I doubt that they'll be without flaws.

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