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Posted 6 May 2023

Fazley Outlaw Series Maverick Basic HH Offset Blue Electric Guitar with Gig Bag - £73.95 delivered @ Bax Music

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nice offset shape guitar for under £80 delivered

Not everyone wants to stick to the beaten track, so Fazley offer up an offset upstart in the form of the Outlaw Series Maverick Basic. This dual-humbucker-loaded guitar boasts an alder body sealed in a hand-rubbed stain, giving every example its own unique look. Fully focussed, the Maverick fires off full and powerful amplified sound, making it a solid side-kick for anything from pop and indie, to shoe-gaze and alternative guitar work. As a sweet bonus, this model comes complete with a gig bag.

The Fazley Outlaw Series Maverick Basic: A Stable Base

Fazley have kitted out the Maverick with a Tune-O-Matic-style string-through-body bridge so you're assured of sweet sustain and excellent resonance as well as firm tuning and intonation, which is given a further boost by a high-quality Graph Tech TUSQ nut. Twenty-two medium-jumbo frets have been lined up along the 9.5 inch radius fretboard for a comfortable and light playing feel to polish off a stable and reliable base and complete a true renegade of a guitar.

Product specifications

Fazley electric guitar
model: Maverick Basic HH
series: Outlaw Series
material: alder
finish: hand stained
joint: bolt-on
material: maple
finish: satin gloss
profile: C
scale length: 25.5" (648mm)
fretboard: rosewood
fretboard radius: 9.5" (241mm)
number of frets: 22
fret type: medium jumbo
nut material: Graph Tech TUSQ
nut width: 42mm
position markers: dots
bridge: TOM with string-through-body
machine heads: sealed, self-lubricating
hardware finish: nickel
pickguard: 3-ply black
strings: Nickel Plated Steel, .009 - .042
bridge pickup: passive humbucker
neck pickup: passive humbucker
controls: 1x volume, 1x tone, 3-way pickup switch
included: gig bag
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  1. Swift_Edge's avatar
    Third link was useful, had no idea where to start with the first two. Very interesting but think I’ll wait until someone has compiled it all in to a nice package including others AMP models, I won’t be doing any training myself.
    Not sure if this is something someone buying their first inexpensive guitar is going to jump on.
  2. CoolCarCuffs's avatar
    great looking guitar

    im tempted just as a bit of wall candy (edited)
    SmileyNially's avatar
    How ugly is your wall that this'll make it look better? ;-)
  3. worton's avatar
    Insane they can make electric guitars for £75 odd - heatttttt
    mainculprit's avatar
    But it’ll sound awful lol… a decent guitar needs the right materials and electronics to sound good, even a Squier sounds decent from £180 upwards. For £76 I would be extremely skeptical.
  4. Eddie_Kew's avatar
    I have 2x Fazley guitars, one a 330 Ric copy and the other a telecaster. Yes they are cheap as chips but both play fantastic and are my go-to guitars. For just casual playing they are great and easily as good as any squire I have played at 2 or 3 times the price.
  5. Parappathepappa's avatar
    There's some brand snobbery on here. The main thing I've found with budget electric guitars is you may need to do a bit of set-up before you play first time (youtube is your diy friend here, no need to lay out more cash). Then you're golden.
  6. highdon's avatar
    Kudos to the company for a fixed bridge design. At least they know their place in the market and are not trying to push a cheap chinese tremolo on people (hint: they never stay in tune).

    As with many cheap guitars, this will be a bit of a lottery in terms of fret quality and ability to set it up correctly, but if everything is where it should be, this could be a very good budget option! (edited)
  7. warren321's avatar
    Can't really go wrong.
    yubious's avatar
  8. PizzaTheHutt's avatar
    Get a bass much better
    Glasshalfsmashed58's avatar
    For what? Redirecting women to the guitarist?
  9. JuiceOrangeJuice's avatar
    What else do you need to get started (cheapest way)?
    Parappathepappa's avatar
    The guitar may come with an amp lead, so you just need the amp. My best budget buy was a Glarry 20w amp on eBay, with built in overdrive for less than £30 (great for me, since I just want that epic rock chord sound).

    That said, you can pick up a whole glarry outfit NEW (guitar, lead, amp, tools, bag) for under £100.

    As I said in my other comment, you'll likely need to "set up" your guitar first time - took me about 20 mins following a glarry specific guide on YouTube. Sounds amazing to me! (edited)
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