#1
Hello everybody!
I saw a nice looking flying V style guitar (A stagg G-Force), and as I heard very bad reviews about this brand, I wanted to know if it's a really bad brand or if I can rely on it, as I'm a poor guy, fond of cheap guitars as my wallet is nearly empty...
#2
No. Look Elsewhere.
Fender American Deluxe Ash Stratocaster (2000)
Fender Classic Player 60's Stratocaster
Marshall JCM900 100w head & 4x12 cab

Korg DT-10 Tuner; Boss DD-3 Digital Delay; Jim Dunlop JH-1B Wah; Boss RT-20 Rotary Ensemble; MXR EVH Phase 90.
#3
NOOOOO lol i used to have a stagg, dont buy one
Equiptment
Ibanez RG350DX
Gibson ES330
Ibanez WD-7
Line6 Spider II 2x12 150watt combo
(the old one not the new crappy one)
Carlsboro scorpion II 35watt 2x12 combo (retro!!)
#4
My mate has one of those as his backup guitar (flying-v style) and it was his main guitar for about 3 years. His has lasted about 5 years now and its still in great condition although it doesnt sound great. As long as its played through a decent amp its good value for money.
My Gear:
Epiphone SG
Vintage SG
Stagg Strat (With replaced hardware and a Duncan Invader )
Hohner Strat
No name Acoustic
Jim Dunlop Crybaby
Boss MT-2
Boss DS-1
Roland Cube 60
Wires and patch cords and stuff..
#6
playing guitar isint about what kind of guitar you have.if it works play it dosent have to be a gibson for you to make it sound good.

my equipment

peavey amp
150$ washburn guitar
#8
Quote by speedaintguitar
playing guitar isint about what kind of guitar you have.if it works play it dosent have to be a gibson for you to make it sound good.

my equipment

peavey amp
150$ washburn guitar


amen
#10
staggs are ok but for the money you can probably get much better
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