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Reviews of Glarry GST3 Electric Guitar Blue Sunset
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Customer Reviews(78)

by C***i

on March 16, 2022

Plays well. Sounds a little mushy and weak. Better pups will fix that. Missing tremolo bar.

by W***g

on June 06, 2021

I just recieve my guitar and so far I am pleased. Of course I have some things to do with it but overall for the price you cant beat it.

by a***n

on May 14, 2021

just got it in the mail today and i love it the frets have absolutely no poke and feel all right nice thicker neck compared to my affinity tele very unfinished wood which im enjoying, okay tuners, the pickups are clear, input jack is snug, paint is a beauty, super light, trem came bottomed out which probably helps stability the whammy feels okay, definitely needs intonation but the nut is good for me. only complaint is that theres a small crack starting to take shape at the top of the h ...

by D***s

on March 10, 2021

Great value for the money. The guitar looks good and the finish is nice. The tuners are holding well. Electronics are okay. It did not play well out of the box, but after filing the nut down, changing strings and adjusting the bridge, it plays very well. I am very happy with this purchase.

by R***i

on January 26, 2021

This is a beautiful guitar. I am very pleased! As with all guitars I buy, I had a setup done. New strings and truss rod adjustment. It has great action and sounds fantastic. I also purchased the hard-shell flat case and it is also well made. I will definitely consider buying another guitar from Glarry. So much fun to play!!

by D***n

on January 21, 2021

Little worried about damage to box but guitar was ok. Strings were very loose but after tuning I now really like this guitar.

by C***r

on November 09, 2020

is a good little guitar it plays well but one thing i found is the fret buzz is CRAZY but overall a nice guitar. i would like to get an acoustic guitar from this brand.

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by C***y

on August 11, 2020

For the price, it's definitely an instrument, but wasn't very playable out of the box. That's okay: I was expecting issues for a sub-$80 guitar, and I didn't buy it even expecting it to be something I play much, if hardly at all. I bought it to learn how to do repairs and setup, and for that, it's fantastic, as it has plenty of little issues out of the box that a good setup will mostly eliminate. Out of the box, it did not hold tune well, and while the pickups sound a little cheap, I find tha ...

by K***e

on June 03, 2020

Shipping was quick. I did not receive guitar I ordered (blue gst3). Recieved black gst rosewood, not an issue. Impressed with neck and body which are worth the $70 alone. NOT a beginner guitar without work. I have been playing guitar for 45 years and know modding and maintenance, this said, I am very happy with purchase. Changed tuners to locking, stock one's were adequate, but not great. Replaced string trees with roller kind. Nut needed proper sanding and filing. Frets were not terrible, but n ...

by M***n

on May 04, 2020

Replaced the plastic nut and did a setup job on this guitar. After that it plays better than my other,more expensive model strat. I really enjoy playing this instrument when I play rhythm with the worship team at our church. I would recommend this to anyone. Great product. I plan to get another one as backup to this one. Thanks Glarry.

by K***y

on March 28, 2020

It is very light. Which probably changes the tone a bit from a heavier guitar because of the density of the wood. The strings are stretching and it goes out of tune but that I suspect that is due to new strings. I am a beginner to 6 strings (I have a bass guitar and used to play quite a bit). I like the feel of the guitar and it is good looking. I don't think I could find a better value anywhere else.

by W***l

on November 16, 2019

I've been teaching myself guitar since 4 June 2019, and I've wanted a guitar that I could feel free to tear apart. My main guitar is too nice to subject to my rank beginner luthiery. It's also made from a heavy plank of mahogany, and I've wanted something that's physically lighter and more comfortable for long practice sessions. After I got interested in basswood because of its lightness, I found the Glarry GST3 online. At the time it was under $60 postpaid, and the reviews on YouTube weren't ...

by L***n

on March 12, 2019

I have made a video review of the Glarry ST3. https://youtu.be/IxzplWmpYZo