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ericthegreat 25/11/2011

Storm PG400 : la opinión de ericthegreat (content in English)

"80's metal"

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The sound of the Storm PG 400 is one that really rips and cuts through well. I can't think of any guitars that I would really compare it to, but I guess the closest thing would be something like a less crunchy SG, if anything at all. I've used the amp with a Fender tube amplifier and no effects or anything. In fact, we were really just using the guitar part as a scratch guitar with a full band. Nonetheless, the sound that we achieved with this guitar was still awesome even though it was a bare bones type of thing. I'd love to be able to experiment more with the pick up selector, as I think there is a lot that you can do with it.


I'm not sure how hard it would be to get your hands on the Storm PG 400 , but to me it doesn't seem like there are too many of them out there. They stopped making them before the 1970's were done and haven't made any of them since or even put out a reissue. Hopefully someday they will decide to reissue the guitar as I think it is a bit of a gem and that a lot of people would love it. Absolutely recommended for anyone who loves a great sounding and feeling guitar.


The sounds range from blues ( if we keep the original microphone) to the villain and the most serious possible (a requirement to change the microphone).
Originally the Storm PG 400 should get the same sound that Les Paul, (thanks to the 6 position switch), but I have a Start,and a Les Paul and it does not sound the same. The sounds are original and very different,


Overall, a great classic axe that will give you that hard metal sound of the 80’s! So if thats the sound your looking for i suggest looking around online for the Storm PG 400 they can go for pretty cheap online.