Stagg L320 CS Reviews 4

I really wanted a Les Paul type guitar and could not afford a mid to higher end model at that time. I searched lots of music stores online and also checked E Bay. In the end I bought my L320cs off of a supplier on E Bay for 99 plus 10 p&p. Now you can get the same guitar from the same supplier for 89 plus 10 p&p.

I like this guitar because it is solidly built, has the exact look I was looking for and is extremely good value for the money I paid for it.

The G string continually comes out of tune, which is really annoying. The pick up switch doesn't glide easily between settings and the covers on the back weren't cut exactly to size which means there are little gaps around the perimetre's of the covers.

Again, it is solidly built for the price, but some of the parts don't fit snuggly, especially the back covers, in which the gaps arounds parts of it are quite noticable. The colour is beautiful, although when sunlight shines on it, it can look quite plasticy!

For the price, it is an excellent guitar. If your going to pay only a 100 for a mass produced, cheap guitar, you can't expect %100 perfect quality. If you are looking for a cheap Les Paul, first guitar, cheap practice guitar or even if it's all you can afford at the moment, then I can HIGHLY recommend this model. I have rated this guitar according to the basis of comparing guitars in the low end price range, which is why i gave it 4 out of 5, if I was comparing this guitar to ALL guitars then obviously compared to a Gibson it would be a 1 out of 5!

Anthony Cole rated this unit 4 on 2007-10-20.

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