About Zager Guitars
Zager Guitars have come out with a range of high quality simplified guitars. These guitars called 'EZ-Play' guitars are characterized by the strings being strung very close to the fret board, thereby reducing the space between the frets and the strings. Thus the player does not need to press down very hard on the strings during play. The distance between strings is greater than other guitars to provide adequate space for the fingers to press down on a string without deadening the neighboring strings. The thickness of the neck is also reduced to ease play for those having small fingers. Zager guitars are crafted to combine style with performance. The body contours and the sound hole width are designed to achieve optimal resonance and clear tonal quality. Every guitar passes through stringent quality checks for hairline cracks, shape modifications, loose tuners, or a shaky bridge that may adversely affect the sound quality. Most of the models are dreadnought guitars, which is the most popular shape for guitars. Using mahogany wood for the sides and the back intensifies the echo effect and adds to the bass boom. Chrome cast tuners, around which the strings are wound, enable the strings to stay tuned for a longer period of time. The hand crafted custom nut and saddle is what controls the elevation of the strings over the fretboard, and also the distance between each string. One maneuver of guitar playing which can cause the most damage is sliding the fingers over the strings which can result in sore finger tips and sometimes even bleeding. In order to minimize this drawback, EZ-Play guitars incorporate hand-filed frets, such that each fret is of the same height and there will not be any sharp edges The Zager guitars use Martin strings which are one of the best strings in the market. All told, Zager guitars offer advantages for both the beginner and the professional.