hey i wanted to know the difference between those to models....btw the are both made in china
body- mahogany(sa)/agathis(gsa)
neck-sa(sa)/gsa(gsa), duh!
and different colors.
The SA is better, automatically. better wood, hardware, and electronics.
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You CAN play anything with anything....but some guitars sound right for some things, and not for others. Single coils sound retarded for metal, though those who are apeshit about harpsichord probably beg to differ.
SA is the real model, GSA is the beginner/intermediate version. However, I must add, I have a GSA-60 and love it. For the price it is phenomenal, I cannot recommend a beginner guitar under $200 more. Also I played an SA the other day and it was dog ****. Seriously, it was way lighter than my GSA and just felt cheap. The action was no lighter, the sustain no better, and I believe the pickups are the same, as I heard no difference in tone. If your an experienced player don't get either, if your looking for a good beginner guitar that you actually won't hate once you get good, go GSA. I'm looking to get a Strat now, but I don't believe I'll ever part with my GSA.
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