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Stagg guitars

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Being a lefty the choices are not that vast. Someone is selling one and may consider buying it, but I know not a thing about Stagg.

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i've seen an electric bass by stagg that wasn't very good. maybe worth the risk if you can get the guitar for less than 100$? did you have a chance to play it?

maybe you can find a nice lefty squire or epiphone?

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What I've read online from those who've played these guitars that they aren't that good.

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Never heard of them.

Do you want a lefty for rock or jazz?

How much are you willing to spend?

Edited by sgcim

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The Stagg A350LH-n violin burst doesn't look like that bad of a guitar for the price.

There's one online for only $149- do a search. I don't know if that includes a case. There's a Russian guy playing one on youtube that sounds kind of trebly, but you could adjust the tone control.

It plays in tune up on the neck, and has nice sustain for a cheap guitar.

If you want a lefty archtop in the $300- $500 range that is more well-known, you could look for a used Ibanez AFJ-85, 91, or 105.

Also the Epiphone Joe Pass Emperor can be a decent guitar if you get a little work done on it.

Samick made a decent, cheap lefty archtop that you might be able to find on ebay.

You could play jazz on a solid body if you have a Roland Cube amp.

I played on an LP that was reviewed in Downbeat with a Hondo Strat copy that only cost $100 new.

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