How are Stagg Guitars?

I purchased a Stagg 320LP. For the money, I have to say that it is a good guitar. I play mine all the time, it has good sound and my Stagg stays intune.

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Good guitars for the money, Gigantic range of every copy guitar under the sun, in every colour in the rainbow, a good beginers instrument, they also make copies of lots of other instruments like Drums, Brass.
Mass market beginer instruments.

and perfectly decent for their job. More expensive instruments are worth the extra money, but Stagg's starter instruments are waaay better than those available to oldies like me back in the 80s. My young boy has a Stagg trumpet. Sticky valves, but otherwise a great first piece of brass.

I have what is known as a Stagg 'Vintage'. It's basically an elongated strat with the bottom prong sawn off. I got it as a make-do guitar and always liked the way it played. It needed some loving attention, but even though now I have a nice Telecaster custom and a (old good Epiphone) Les Paul the Stagg gets plenty of work. It sounds nice, stays in tune, and plays really nicely. Sometimes when I want to blues out I reach for it for it's playing and feel. It cost new less than half what my others cost 2nd/3rd/4th hand but is a favourite. It reminds me of a Fender Musicmaster guitar I had years ago, except it sounds better (the Musicmaster was a bit squeaky).

I've not tried one, but they certainly look to be the business, and I've seen bands use them on stage several times, so they must handle nicely enough.

That's a fair thumbs-up for the Stagg, then.Welcome aboard, Pat and thanks for posting a comparison against more up-spec guitars.

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