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Harley Benton ST-62LH BK Vintage Series

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Guitare électrique

  • Version gaucher
  • Série Vintage
  • Corps en tilleul
  • Manche vissé en érable Vintage caramélisé
  • Profil du manche en C
  • Touche en pau ferro
  • Rayon de la touche: 350 mm
  • 22 frettes
  • Diapason: 648 mm
  • Largeur au sillet: 42 mm
  • Barre de réglage (Truss Rod) double action
  • 3 micros simple bobinage Roswell STA Alnico-5 Vintage
  • 1 réglage de volume
  • 2 réglages de tonalité
  • Sélecteur 5 positions
  • Pickguard imitation écaille de tortue
  • Accastillage DLX chromé
  • Vibrato synchronisé
  • Mécaniques style Kluson
  • Cordes 009-042
  • Finition: Haute brillance
  • Couleur: Noir
Forme de la guitare Style ST
Couleur Noir
Corps Tilleul
Manche Erable
Touche Pau Ferro
Nombre de cordes 6
Frettes 22
Diapason 648 mm
Micros SSS
Vibrato Oui
Etui inclus Non
Housse incluse Non
Numéro d'article 378947
129 €
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Génial !
FalcoHeiz 02.01.2019
Cette guitare a un excellent son pour son prix et vaut le coup pour un débutant ou une personne jouant occasionnellement.
Elle semble très solide et les matériaux utilisés pour la fabrication ont l'air de bonne qualité.
Un achat les yeux fermés !
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Harley Benton deliver yet again
Vanya Merc 19.09.2021
Where to begin?

I bought this guitar as I wanted to gauge whether or not I was ready to get back into classic strat style guitars, without jumping straight in at the deep end with the Fender USA Professional II I'd been eyeing. Normally I play a Harley Benton Fusion II, having abandoned my other high-end axes in favour of Harley Benton products owing to their superior feature set and sounds.

Needless to say, I've not been disappointed by the ST-62. As with the rest of Harley Benton's lineup (with the exception of the most basic entry-level products), quality is excellent, and straight-up astounding considering the price.

First up, lets begin with fit and finish - I've had high-end and intermediate guitars from big manufacturers that had far greater shortcomings out of the box compared to this guitar. The frets have been very nicely cut - at no point do they jut out of the sides of the fretboard. Obviously for the money you're paying, they'll need polishing and levelling to maximise the potential of the guitar, but overall, not bad. The neck itself feels very premium with a smooth satin finish not unlike that of the Fusion II. In fact the neck profile deserves specific mention here because it isn't what you'd expect on a guitar implying 1962 strat - it's essentially a Telecaster neck (thick!), but with a very flat radius - an odd choice, but I like it. No trouble bending here.

It's all well put together - the pots and jack are all nice and solid on my guitar. No loose connections or rattle. The neck and action needed an adjustment and my guitar came fitted with .10-.46 strings, so the nut might need a minor adjustment or lubrication to minimise binding. That being said, I haven't really encountered any tuning difficulties during normal playing (and bend quite a lot, and it holds up well even with compound bends).

The pickups installed in the guitar are great. I'm a fan of Roswell's lineup and learned previously that they will go head-to-head with DiMarzios or Seymour Duncans and come out holding their own. On my Fusion II I briefly replaced the stock pickups but instantly put them back because the Tone Zone and Air Norton I'd fitted ruined the balance between the many positions and didn't sound better individually either. That was a lesson learned.

Anyway I'd watched MANY videos online with "blind tests" of the ST-62 being compared to US strats, Xotic guitars etc - and time and time again I'd find out my favourite sounding one was the ST-62. This speaks volumes.

In practise they are responsive and have that shimmering quality single coils are known for. Definitely no need to replace these.

Elsewhere we have the Kluson-style tuners, which are pretty stable. I think the string trees maybe can be replaced with ones that will bind less, and the bridge unit could be of a higher quality in terms of metal, but I don't get the impression the guitar is being robbed of tone anywhere.

All in all, in 2021 we are a far cry from the Squier Affinity I first got over 20 years ago when I'd started - and even that was head-and-shoulders above the strat copies circulating during the 80's and 90's.

For those who are looking for a Strat-style guitar without breaking the bank, look no further, Harley Benton has you covered (as usual!)
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Amazing Guitar
Me, myself and I 15.09.2021
This is an outstanding value for the money. I was sceptical before I purchased the guitar, but now that I've had it in my hands, I couldn't be happier. There are no fret sprouts whatsoever, the guitar is perfectly intonated, there is not a single scratch on the guitar, the frets and the fretboard are perfect ( I might eventually polish the frets and oil the fretboard, but this is not something that needs to be done ASAP ), there is not a single dead note on the entire fretboard, the roswell pickups are of good quality, they sound great both clean and can handle high gain tone. The nut is cut perfectly. There really isn't any flaw on this guitar that I could find. Unreal.
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My first Harley Benton experience.
marctrem 14.12.2017
I own several high end guitars such as a Fender American Standard Telecaster, an Ibanez AS93 hollow body and a Martin acoustic.

I've been interested in trying a Stratocaster type guitar but did not want to spend about 1000$ Canadian dollars for a MIM Fender Strat.

With that being said, i had heard about Harley Benton's over the last year and watched a bunch of youtube videos and decided to buy the St-62LH Vintage series. I paid 150$ plus 75$ for the shipping and it took 12 days to arrive.

I have to say I cannot believe how well this guitar plays and sounds for only 150$. If did however have some issues on arrival. I was expecting Wilkinson pickups as advertised on the site but it had Roswell pickups.

The fret-board was extremely dry and the strings were corroded. I had to change the strings and condition the fret board. There was also a little bit of cosmetic damage on the neck but i am not too concerned about that.

Once I did these changes and slightly fixed the intonation the guitar
plays great and sounds even better. It's too bad the quality control was lacking because I would have given this guitar 5 stars across the board. In terms of value for the money I don't think it can be beat.

Thomann please improve your quality control and ship what you advertise on your site. I am still nonetheless quite impressed and will probably make another Harley Benton purchase in the future.

Cheers
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