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Stratacoustic

Discussion in 'Acoustic Soundboard' started by Jonb74, Oct 15, 2018.

  1. Jonb74

    Jonb74 New Member!

    Age:
    44
    1
    Oct 15, 2018
    Uk
    Hi, anyone know anything about these? I have one that was a gift from my Dad, trying to find out info about it and its value. Cheers.
     

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  2. macoshark

    macoshark Strat-Talker

    210
    Aug 30, 2016
    arizona
    I don't know but could be fun.
     
  3. nickmsmith

    nickmsmith Most Honored Senior Member Strat-Talk Supporter

    Jul 28, 2011
    Pawnee, Indiana
    Low value, budget guitars. Very thin body, so you don’t get a very full sound from them. Not saying they can’t be good players, though.

    It just will never have a good resale value.
     
  4. ProSonicLive

    ProSonicLive Senior Stratmaster

    Age:
    34
    Sep 4, 2016
    Texas
    From what I remember, they sound like crap unplugged, sound pretty good plugged in. But they play well. Pete Townsend used one for one show, a lot of people were not happy about it.
     
  5. Krunch

    Krunch Strat-O-Master

    Age:
    59
    526
    Jan 8, 2013
    NOLA
    Well said. Sums it up just fine. I got one several years back due to hand problems and they were easier to play versus a standard acoustic. They sound ok plugged in. Use it to record. Although I use a GR55 synth for acoustics now. Neck like a Strat. Easy to play. I don't buy guitars to re-sell, so I don't care what its worth.
     
  6. jaybones

    jaybones Most Honored Senior Member Strat-Talk Supporter

    Well it was supposed to bridge the gap between a Strat and an acoustic.

    Like any dual purpose product it does neither well.

    Prone to feedback when used like a Strat, doesn't sound like an acoustic.

    Knew a guy that had one, he let me keep it for a couple weeks. Practically had to force him to take it back.