#2
It's from www.rondomusic.com


Between 100 and 200 bucks.

I hear they're nice for the cash, and if it's anything like my Agile (from the same site) it's a god damn steal.

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#4
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damn, i brought the guitar for $350 NZ dollars. In USD maybe $299?


NZ as in...

New Zealand?

Well....after customs and shipping, the guitar would've cost that anyways.

How's it play?
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#5
Well, it's easy to play but the problem is that it makes the buzzing sound if i plug into the amp. Pissing me off
#6
Maybe i could buy myself a fender neck (made in USA) and change it. Then people think that i own a fender
#7
lol
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Maybe i could buy myself a fender neck (made in USA) and change it. Then people think that i own a fender



Well, if you're going to buy a genuine American Fender neck, you might as well by a new guitar.

Keep in mind that just because the SX looks like a Strat, it's very possible the neck won't fit straight away.


On top of that, unless you're in love with the body, you're still stuck with the slightly cheap electronics, woods and craftmanship gone into the SX part of your planned hybrid.


The SX guitars seem like nice guitars for the price, but if you want to perform such major upgrades as installing a brand new neck, you're probably better off with an actual Fender.


As a suggestion, might I point you in the direction of the Korean Fenders like the Light Ash series, the Spalted Maple Tele and the Koa Strat; they all come with nice Seymour Duncan pickups and in terms of value for money they're incredible.


By the way, your guitar is most likely this:



http://www.rondomusic.com/sst623ts.html

This is going for around 124$ (NZ) new; of course not including shipping.


This isn't the first report I've heard about people selling SX guitars for more than they cost new; just make sure that next time you check several sources for a reasonable price etc.
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#9
well i think it looks awesome, if you like it, who cares what others think
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#10
Quote by Bonsaischaap
Well, if you're going to buy a genuine American Fender neck, you might as well by a new guitar.

Keep in mind that just because the SX looks like a Strat, it's very possible the neck won't fit straight away.


On top of that, unless you're in love with the body, you're still stuck with the slightly cheap electronics, woods and craftmanship gone into the SX part of your planned hybrid.


The SX guitars seem like nice guitars for the price, but if you want to perform such major upgrades as installing a brand new neck, you're probably better off with an actual Fender.


As a suggestion, might I point you in the direction of the Korean Fenders like the Light Ash series, the Spalted Maple Tele and the Koa Strat; they all come with nice Seymour Duncan pickups and in terms of value for money they're incredible.


By the way, your guitar is most likely this:



http://www.rondomusic.com/sst623ts.html

This is going for around 124$ (NZ) new; of course not including shipping.


This isn't the first report I've heard about people selling SX guitars for more than they cost new; just make sure that next time you check several sources for a reasonable price etc.


thanks for the link and your reply, i want to buy some guitars from rondomusic.net but it's in U.S. I do not want to risk to buy from other country, is it a well known trust website?