Stagg Music

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Stagg Music
IndustryMusical instruments
Founded1995; 25 years ago (1995) [1]
HeadquartersBrussels, Belgium
ProductsGuitars, Percussion, Harmonicas, Wind instruments

Stagg music is a Belgian musical instrument company headquartered in Brussels, currently a subsidiary of EMD Music.[2] The company produce a wide range of musical instruments, which includes string instruments (electric, acoustic and classical guitars, bass guitars, banjos, mandolins, ukuleles, double basses, violins, violas, cellos, bows), percussion instruments (drum kits and pads, cymbals, drum sticks), tuned metal (xylophone, metallophones), free reed (harmonicas, melodicas) and brass instruments (flugelhornes, euphoniums, saxophones) as well as effects units and other accessories.



Acoustic guitar
Electric guitar

Stagg is known for the low costs of their cymbals. All Stagg cymbals are made from B20 bronze. As of 2009 Stagg brought new rolling machines and developed several new cymbal ranges. As of May 2012 the current line of cymbals are as follows.

SH Series The Stagg SH Series is the lowest priced range of cymbals. SH Standing for 'single hammered' these cymbals are put through a hammering process once.

DH Series DH stands for Double Hammered; these cymbals go through the same process as the SH series but go through the process twice. This range is also available in Traditional or Brilliant finish and also come in a new 'Exo' range, which are distinguished by an unfinished bell surface.

Furia Series Stagg's new Furia Series are all hand hammered and also processed with equipment to give them all roughly the same sound. These cymbals come in Traditional or Brilliant and are also generally used by endorsers of the company.

Myra Series The Myra series along with the Furia series go through exactly the same process of hand hammering and being pressed by equipment. These cymbals are only available in Brilliant finish.

Other series of cymbals are Black Metal, Vintage Bronze, Classic, Traditional, Hand Hit and Marching.


M20 Series A Bluegrass "ff" Sound Hole Mandolin with basswood top, back and sides. Nato Neck, a Rosewood Fingerboard, and a Black-Stained Maple Bridge. Also with nickel tailpiece and Machine Heads, with a "Violin Burst" Color. Comes in Left-Handed mode also.[3]

The M20 S is similar to the M20, except it replaces basswood with Spruce, giving it a darker, red-ish color.[4]

M30 Series Bluegrass "Redburst" color Mandolin, made with Spruce and Nickel. Has an oval-shaped sound hole right below the end of the Fingerboard.[5]

M40 Series

Bluegrass, "Goldburst" color, "ff" Sound holes. Solid spruce top, with solid Maple back and sides, with a maple neck. Rosewood fingerboard and bridge. Nickel machine heads with engraved nickel tailpiece.[6]

M50 Series

Electro-acoustic Bluegrass Mandolin with Nato Top, Back and Sides, and a Nato neck. Rosewood Fingerboard, with a Black-Stained Maple bridge. Nickel Tailpiece and Machine Heads. "ff" sound holes. Volume and Tone Controls. Comes in White and "Redburst" colors[7]

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  2. ^ Distributed brands on EMD Music, 15 Oct 2019
  3. ^ "Staggmusic - products - guitars". Retrieved 2016-05-01.
  4. ^ "Staggmusic - products - guitars". Retrieved 2016-05-01.
  5. ^ "Staggmusic - products - guitars". Retrieved 2016-05-01.
  6. ^ "Staggmusic - products - guitars". Retrieved 2016-05-01.
  7. ^ "Staggmusic - products - guitars". Retrieved 2016-05-01.

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