#2
I played it for a couple times, even stratocaster. The wood is good, sustain is great, the pickups are little bit noisy, i mean the treble is cutting your ear. Generally, I love Lite Ash serie.
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#4
What beckyjc said.

Everything about the Lite Ash is better than the Mexican Standard by a considerable amount.

To Yoorai... the treble is cutting because, well, it's a Tele. One of the main reasons people buy Telecasters is for the cutting treble
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#5
my friend has one, played it a few times and it sounds pretty good if you want lots of treble, that price if quite good, i think my friend played £350 [about $650 back when he got it]
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#7
Quote by Yoorai
I played it for a couple times, even stratocaster. The wood is good, sustain is great, the pickups are little bit noisy, i mean the treble is cutting your ear. Generally, I love Lite Ash serie.



I'm looking for something trebly to balance out my triple rec