Stagg Overview and Videos

Stagg guitars have gotten quite the following, thanks to its combination of affordability and quality. Although there are some that are not pleased, the consensus among users lean towards the instruments being good for their price. For those that are curious, here are some video demos and reviews that cover their more prominent guitar models, to give you a better idea of how they look and sound like.

The Stagg brand was established in 1995 in Belgium. They manufacture a wide range of affordable instruments and accessories, and their guitars in particular are known for being of good quality and sound - especially when compared with other guitars within the same price range. They are entry level guitars that beginners will appreciate, while experienced players see them as affordable instruments ideal for building custom/project guitars.

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Stagg SEL-P90

Stagg SEL-P90

Based on the LP Jr, this guitar features a single cutaway solid alder body with two P90 single coil pickups. The neck of the guitar is made of mahogany, and topped by a 21-fret rosewood fingerboard. Other features include a a tune-o-matic style bridge and stop bar, 3-way toggle switch and knobs for controlling volume and tone. Retail Price: $243

Stagg L350

Stagg L350

A recurring theme with Stagg guitars is the use of alder, which is quite strange especially when carved into this classic guitar shape. Still users have been quite happy with sounds they were getting. The quality of the construction also makes it a good project guitar for those that want to experiment with the LP shape. Other features include independent volume and tone knobs for each of the two humbuckers, hard maple set neck, 22-fret rosewood fretboard and a fixed bridge. Retail Price: $179

Stagg SET-CST

Stagg SET-CST

This is one of those guitars that look and feel expensive but are in reality incredibly affordable. It sports a Tele-style body made of alder with a vintage looking combination of finish, pickguard and hardware. The guitar comes with a bolt-on maple neck topped with a rosewood fretboard. Stagg opted for a unique combination of a P90 style single coil on the neck and angled single coil on the bridge, which gives the guitar a wider tonal range. Retail Price: $189

Stagg SES50

Stagg SES50

This model follows one of the most familiar guitar styles today, following the tried and tested formula of joining a solid alder body with a bolt maple neck. This model is a nod to vintage models featuring 21 frets, aged satin finish and a tremolo bridge. The guitar comes equipped with three generic single coil pickups, however the guy on this demo video upgraded his S-style Strat with EMGs. Check out the video to see how experienced players turn these affordable instruments into monster axes. Retail Price: $179

Stagg SEH30

Stagg SEH30

Stagg guitars also offer a bunch instruments built for metal and rock. This particular one comes with a solid alder body carved into the explorer shape, and it has a bolt-on maple neck. It is a close copy of the original and sounds OK - even better if the pickups would be swapped out. Other features include a 21-fret rosewood fingerboard, dual humbuckers and a tune-o-matic style bridge with stopbar. Retail Price: $304

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