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Aria PE-STD Series Electric Guitar
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Featuring a patented single-cutaway body design and the patented PE bridge and tailpiece. The carved, alder top is absolutely amazing at this price. ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Featuring a patented single-cutaway body design and the patented PE bridge and tailpiece. The carved, alder top is absolutely amazing at this price. The maple neck contributes to tonal clarity along with the SPT bridge and QH tailpiece. Chrome hardware and trapezoid inlays finish off the classic look.
- Body: Alder, Carved Top
- Neck: Maple, Bolt-on, Heel-less joint
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Frets: 22F
- Scale: 628mm(25-1/2")
- Pickups: CH-1 Humbucker x 2
- Controls: Volume x 2, Tone x 2, PU Selector Switch x 1
- Tailpiece: Aria original SPT Bridge & QH Tailpiece
- Hardware: Chrome
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you bet!!! this guitar is amazing, this is my favorite guitar i have so far and it plays better than a real LP from gibson....i have the cherry sunburst and the finish is great!!! this guitar is amazing!!! again i said it but it is jus tto good to be true for the price....it is also lighter and thinner than a Gibson LP.....buy this guitar if u want a very good clean and classic rock sound....also this guitar is as versatile as a real LP.....
I needed an addition electric guitar. I never heard of Aria except in music class meaning expressive melody. It looked good online so I bought it. I was so impressed by this guitars melody. Its finish looked great. Smooth edges and comfortable layout. The guitar?s body is cut about 1 1/2? thick which makes its weight so much lighter than a Standard Gibson Les Paul. Heavy is way so overrated. It?s also tapered on the top to rest and roll against you body when playing. The pick-ups look good and they adjust up level with the strings. The tone and volume controls work consistently. The guitar stays in tune, even with some heavy two note blending. The bridge intonation adjustments are tight and not real easy to get to for adjusting. But do-able. I compared it to a Les Paul using the same amp, cable and adjustments on both the amp and guitars,(Guitars, all pot maxed) and the sustain and tone was just as fat and clear as the 10X more expensive Les Paul. For the down side, the cable jack looked like the cheapest part on the guitar. The strap button was not screwed in strait on the bottom. I did have to adjust the neck and bridge just a little to do some fine tuning. The strings were a little high off the neck for me. Was it worth the money. Absolutely. I would recommend it to anyone wanting a guitar with or without limited funds.
Yep, sold it...gone. POS Fender. This guitar blows it away. The pictures don't do it justice... the finish on this guitar is fantastic. Plays like a dream. I did have to get a high fret sanded, which set me back $15. Other than that, I tuned up and set off. I love the cutaway on the back... very comfortable to play. I would rate higher than Epi's and it's 1/2 the price. There's not another guitar in this price range that compares. Guitar stays in tune, sounds great, plays great and looks great... not sure what else you could ask for. Can't say enough good things. Highly recommended.
This guitar sounds and plays wonderfully. The sound is very close to a Les Paul, and the action is excellent. The jack input, which was broken upon arrival, and tone toggle switch are cheap though. I upgraded them with higher quality parts and am happy now. It looks more expensive than it is. A great second guitar if you are performing. I'll be keeping my strat for my main guitar, though.
Was debating between an LP-100 and this guitar for a while, then I decided to get this one due to lower price and the body contour on the back. I made the right choice! This thing is really like what would come out if a Schecter and a Les Paul were to mate. Thinner than regular LPs, with a Schecter style headstock. Thought I'd ordered a bad color, but when I saw in it person I fell in love; very neat guitar!
I bought this guitar about a month ago and am very happy that I did. I was looking for an electric guitar that was inexpensive, and I have an Aria acoustic guitar and love it. This guitar has great sustain and is very comfortable to play for hours. The tuning stays good even when you are playing in harsh conditions. The only thing I had to do to the guitar when I got it was have the neck adjusted. The toggle switch was a little loose,but no big deal. It is a very clean sounding, tight guitar. I would recommend it to any level guitar player. The guitar I bought was wine red and it is one sweet looking guitar. Can't get a better deal than this.