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Harley Benton ST-62 VW Vintage Series

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  • Funk
  • Blues
  • Rock
  • Minder tonen


  • Linde body
  • Geschroefde hals van Canadees esdoorn
  • Halsprofiel: ''C''
  • Fretboard: blackwood (Pinus radiata)
  • Fretboardradius: 350 mm
  • 22 frets
  • Scale: 648 mm
  • Topkambreedte: 42 mm
  • Double action trussrod
  • Pickups: 3 Roswell STA alnico-5 vintage single coils
  • 1 volume- en 2 tooncontrols
  • 5-way toggle switch
  • Chrome hardware
  • Gesynchroniseerd tremolosysteem
  • Kluson-style mechanieken
  • Kleur: Vintage White
  • Bijpassende koffers: art.


    of art.


    (beide niet bij de levering inbegrepen)
Colour Cream
Body Basswood
Top None
Neck Maple
Fretboard Pau Ferro
Frets 22
Scale 648 mm
Pickups SSS
Tremolo Vintage
incl. Bag No
incl. Case No
Leverbaar sinds Maart 2011
artikelnummer 255971
€ 129
alle prijzen incl. btw
Direct uit voorraad leverbaar
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Gratis verzending verwacht tussen Donderdag, 28.10. en Vrijdag, 29.10.
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Mooie gitaar, matig afgesteld
Wimmetje 05.06.2018
De gitaar ziet er mooi uit, goed afgewerkt, geen uitstekende frets en op twee puntjes na goed gelakt.

Ik heb hem wel uit elkaar moeten halen om een goede afstelling te krijgen, de hals met een stukje plastic (reepje van een oude creditcard) meer achterover gezet om geen last te hebben van de uitstekende schroefjes in de tremolo brug. Tremolo is slecht, ik heb hem na uitgeprobeerd te hebben weer vastgezet om stemproblemen te voorkomen.

Na dit gedaan te hebben ben ik zeer tevreden met deze gitaar, voor dit geld een volwaardige gitaar die goed klinkt en fijn speelt!
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Harley Benton Vintage Stratocaster
Anoniem 08.03.2016
Als je de gitaar vast hebt voelt en klinkt hij als een echte vintage Fender .
En zo klinkt en speelt hij ook gewoon een erg goed ding naar mijn mening.
echt waar voor je geld de Wikinson elementen doen hun ding wet ze horen te doen.
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Helaas is er een fout opgetreden, probeert u het a.u.b. later nogmaals.
Anoniem 07.01.2016
OK, its Eu111 (£79) so its not going to be a Fender CS Strat but it IS surprisingly good for the money. Clearly styled around the early 60's Strats, its a good looking instrument. Straight out of the box it presented no cosmetic faults whatsoever. It comes with an 'accessory pack' of truss rod and bridge adusting allen keys, a "throwaway" short, cheap and nasty 1/4" mono jack lead, and the tremolo (vibrato) arm. This model is called "Vintage White" but is really light cream, just as Oly White might become after many years. Its a thick plastic paint coat which hopefully will wear well. So I expected quite a dull body tone acoustically but the Basswood body is quite reasonably resonant. It's fitted with branded Wilkinson 60's style single coil Alnico pickups, standard Strat controls and 5 way switch. Lifting the scratchplate reveals fairly cheap pots and blade switch (what do you expect for Eu111?) but for the moment everything works as it should with little "noise" - and I work right in front of the monitor. The bridge is a mock-60's no-name with pressed steel saddles. As supplied, its hard-tailed - flat to the body - but it's only a few minutes work to loosen the claw and bridge screws sufficiently to give a 2.5 to 3mm float. The 3 springs supplied do allow tuning to return to normal after use. Serious dive-bombing does knock the tuning out however. The worst thing about the bridge, and about the guitar in total is the positively awful zinc trem block. It's small and the internal screw thread for the arm is SO slack that it actually rattles unless it is wound in tight, which defeats the object. Whatever tolerance it has been tapped to is a very poor one. Time to get out the PTFE tape! The scratchplate is a 3 ply 11 screw mock-tortoiseshell one. 3 ply torty on a 62 Strat? Dont think so! The edge finish was very good and I thought it was very pretty. Neck pocket wasnt a 'precision fit' but wasn't at all bad and I've seen worse on 'real' Fenders.
The neck is 22 frets (excellent idea) Canadian Maple (that's Pine to you and me) with a rosewood topping and medium jumbo frets. No skunk stripe so the adjustable truss rod was inserted prior to being capped. Kluson type no name tuners keep tune reasonably well. Two string trees which I may experiment with the removal of to remove friction points. Fret dressing was good, no sharp edges or loose frets etc. The neck is a C profile and 13.75" radius fretboard so quite flat compared to some but very playable. Not hugely struck on the poly varnished neck (prefer satin myself) but it does not get sticky so its a personal thing.
Came with 9's D'Addario's which sounded OK but were like playing elastic so were replaced with Elixir 11's.
Sounds? For Eu111 ((£79) it gives a good account of itself IMO. (Tested through a Vox AC30 twin cab). ALL the pickups are a little 'brighter' than I expected, the Bridge having quite some 'bite' that I had to tone down with amp EQ. Neck pickup is nicely rounded but to my ears didn't quite have the depth on the top 3 strings. Roll off the tone, run a bit, or even a lot, of Overdrive and its an instant Blues guitar. Very impressive for a cheap Axe. Middle is a good general purpose pickup, quite warm and also good when driven into a compressor and OD pedal for some crunch. Bridge is wonderfully twangy at the bottom end but a bit brittle on the top two strings, especially if you're working above 12th fret. I'm sure I will find an amp setting that helps in this regard. Its great for RocknRoll. The in between 'quack' settings can give you Tele type tones or Mark Knopfler too.
Apart from the terrible zinc trem block in the obviously low spec bridge unit, the general and overall quality level, playability and the sounds you can get from this guitar exceeded my expectations. By a LOT!! How Thomann can do it for the money beats me!
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Helaas is er een fout opgetreden, probeert u het a.u.b. later nogmaals.
Excellent guitar for very affordable price!
Daniel G. 770 12.10.2018
First off, i have to admit that i ordered this guitar simply because i saw how cheap the price tag was.. And i loved the look of the vintage white colour.

Considering it was inexpensive, i wasn't expecting it to be all that great.

How wrong was I!

This guitar has a lovely maple neck with a pretty smooth rosewood slab board (not a cheaper thin veneer board!).

The neck shape is definitely not a slim or small neck. I'd say it's a medium to large C shape neck. Definitely a thicker and wider neck than my Charvel San Dimas guitars. Comfortable though! It's lacquered and shiny, but doesn't feel sticky.

Fret wire was all solid and level but a little dull looking upon arrival, but honestly.. at this price point i wasn't expecting them to be gleaming and shiny. I was totally fine with giving them a quick scrub using some 00000 grade wire wool, takes 5 mins and it did the job great!

The guitar is nice and lightweight, and it's actually very resonant. Harmonics fly out of this thing. Sustain is very impressive too!

The pickups sound very fat, i'd say they're probably overwound singlecoils. The in between positions (2 + 4) still get that glassy tone that we all know and love.

I can get some very convincing SRV and Hendrix tones using this guitar, but also it'll do the heavier sounds effortlessly. Yngwie and Blackmore tones are easy to cop with this guitar!

Hardware all seems solid, it has vintage Kluson style tuners which hold stable. Bridge seems pretty solid so far too.

Overall, i think this is an excellent guitar. Not just for the price, but generally! I own many other nice guitars from higher end brands, but I'll be using this guitar plenty for sure.

If you're not sure, i say just give it a shot and try one! For the price, it's really a no brainer!
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