#1
any of you guys have any love for Hags?I been eyeballing them for my first electric.I want something not so common.You know Strats,Teles,LPs they are the norm.Just looking for something different.
Can these axes be setup for southern rock/country sound?
#2
Well if you don't want a Tele for that sort of sound, then I don't quite know what to recommend.
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#4
Quote by seemeel
Well if you don't want a Tele for that sort of sound, then I don't quite know what to recommend.


dont get get me wrong i am not dissing on those axes.i know they are all awesome in the right hands.

i like a broad spectrum of music from AC/DC to Alan Jackson.I want to be able to play a little bit of all of it with one guitar.( if that is possible)
#6
Hagström guitars are definitely great! I had a Select Ultra Swede and was quite impressed by how wonderful the stock pickup sounded. The only thing I didn't fully like was the feel of the fretboard but I was (at the time) very spoiled by high quality ebony fretboard feels.
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#7
I dint know until recently that Hag makes all their parts in house.No QC issues to worry about from outside vendors.That is definately a plus.