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  • alravalrav

    very good instrument

    Lâg Tramontane T100ACEPublished on 05/02/14 at 09:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    settings StudioLâg (5) excellent, really! a pleasure

    UTILIZATION

    the perfect handle very nice for arpeges finally my point I vye keyboard especially!

    SOUNDS

    the sound is clear and powerful connected or not it sounds! I had a takamine there for some time already and frankly it takes the comparison

    OVERALL OPINION

    value for money in new: good at secondhand; perfect
    yes I would do this choice also since I acquired the same nylon strings to preserve my poor fingers keyboardist and it sounds just as good!

    although made in the DRC I find the quality very good materials normal to notice the base is still "made in Occitan"
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    settings StudioLâg (5) excellent, really! a pleasure

    UTILIZATION

    the perfect handle very nice for arpeges finally my point I vye keyboard especially!

    SOUNDS

    the sound is clear and powerful connected or not it sounds! I had a takamine there for some time already and frankly it takes the comparison

    OVERALL OPINION

    value for money in new: good at secondhand; perfect
    yes I would do this choice also since I acquired the same nylon strings to preserve my poor fingers keyboardist and it sounds just as good!

    although made in the DRC I find the quality very good materials normal to notice the base is still "made in Occitan"
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  • GuitarGeorgeGuitarGeorge

    Lag .......

    Lâg Tramontane T100ACEPublished on 08/04/13 at 11:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    • Head: Indonesian Rosewood logo inlaid maple, linseed oil finish.
    • Mechanical: Oil bath, satin black with buttons "Tulip".
    • Nut: Graphite, 43 mm.
    • Adjustment Rod: Double direction.
    • Neck: Mahogany satin gold finish.
    • Rosewood Indonesia, linseed oil finish.
    • Frets: 20, nickel-silver, medium.
    • Top: Solid Red Cedar.
    • Rosette: Tramontane occitane cross.
    • Back & Sides: Mahogany with nets mahogany, maple and black.
    • Bridge: Rosewood Indonesia.
    • Saddle: Compensated graphite.
    • Finish: High gloss.
    • Strings: Elixir.
    • Electronics: StudioLâg preamp & Nanoflex piezo pickup.

    UTILIZATION

    A handle of the finest in its class but I have big hands so to se…
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    • Head: Indonesian Rosewood logo inlaid maple, linseed oil finish.
    • Mechanical: Oil bath, satin black with buttons "Tulip".
    • Nut: Graphite, 43 mm.
    • Adjustment Rod: Double direction.
    • Neck: Mahogany satin gold finish.
    • Rosewood Indonesia, linseed oil finish.
    • Frets: 20, nickel-silver, medium.
    • Top: Solid Red Cedar.
    • Rosette: Tramontane occitane cross.
    • Back & Sides: Mahogany with nets mahogany, maple and black.
    • Bridge: Rosewood Indonesia.
    • Saddle: Compensated graphite.
    • Finish: High gloss.
    • Strings: Elixir.
    • Electronics: StudioLâg preamp & Nanoflex piezo pickup.

    UTILIZATION

    A handle of the finest in its class but I have big hands so to see .. Rest the handle reminds me of the handle Fender Deluxe Player!
    Shape when she is awesome we can find the power of a jumbo and the precision of a dreadnought with relative ease over the StudioLâg More can do wonders and it mildly.
    For the rest it is a cutaway so access to acute easier and the original setting once again put the guitar above all.

    SOUNDS

    Playing mainly on the variety and music arpeggios (74-75) it suits my style of music!
    Easy to get the cutaway helps greatly that says I play harmonics on AGA70 VOX recommended by Michel Lag Himself! So .......
    For
    sounds cheek video will help greatly ..

    OVERALL OPINION

    I just bought there for three days so I do not ais much playing time, but the potential is there!
    Tests: Guild 150FR, Epiphone EJ-200 (oula poo), Takamine EG523,
    The micro Nanoflex is really great ....
    Value Unbeatable price and choice to redo the eyes close .....
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  • Oliver Sp@rkOliver Sp@rk

    Lâg Tramontane T100ACEPublished on 05/15/12 at 07:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    IMPORT ... nice finish overall, and great look. I was pleasantly surprised at first glance.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle ... the guitar came with a very high string height ... who loves me very ready to have the strings of the handle is not that great!

    Note: simply remove the small plate under the bridge to correct ... However, the feedback comes from the sudden speed v large even at low volume ...

    short play unplugged for ... it's great, the sound is superb, but once you branch into an amp, it's not that at all because of this feedback ...


    ergonomics is good, access to acute is normal for this kind of scratching, the sound settings are very simple ...

    SOUNDS

    the s…
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    IMPORT ... nice finish overall, and great look. I was pleasantly surprised at first glance.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle ... the guitar came with a very high string height ... who loves me very ready to have the strings of the handle is not that great!

    Note: simply remove the small plate under the bridge to correct ... However, the feedback comes from the sudden speed v large even at low volume ...

    short play unplugged for ... it's great, the sound is superb, but once you branch into an amp, it's not that at all because of this feedback ...


    ergonomics is good, access to acute is normal for this kind of scratching, the sound settings are very simple ...

    SOUNDS

    the sounds are superb ...

    a shame for this prob of feedback when plugged ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I kept one month ... and sold!

    no interest if I can play the amp plugged into a live ...

    considering the price we might have expected to set a minimum level guitar chord height ... and without the feedback that was right for this guitar ...

    damage
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  • QuainteenQuainteen

    Beautiful arpeggios

    Lâg Tramontane T100ACEPublished on 03/19/12 at 06:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    • Head: Rosewood Indonesia logo inlaid in maple finish with linseed oil.
    • Mechanical: Oil bath, black satin buttons with "Tulip".
    • Nut: Graphite, 43 mm.
    • Upper adjustment: Two way.
    • Neck: Mahogany satin gold finish.
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood Indonesia, linseed oil finish.
    • Frets: 20, nickel-silver, medium.
    • Top: Solid Red Cedar.
    • Rosette: Tramontana in Occitan cross.
    • Back & Sides: Mahogany, with nets mahogany, maple and black.
    • Bridge: Rosewood Indonesia.
    • Saddle: Compensated graphite.
    • Finish: Gloss.
    • Strings: Elixir.
    • Electronics: Preamp & STUDIOLÂG NanoFlex piezo pickup.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is light enough, it's not a big big dreadnou…
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    • Head: Rosewood Indonesia logo inlaid in maple finish with linseed oil.
    • Mechanical: Oil bath, black satin buttons with "Tulip".
    • Nut: Graphite, 43 mm.
    • Upper adjustment: Two way.
    • Neck: Mahogany satin gold finish.
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood Indonesia, linseed oil finish.
    • Frets: 20, nickel-silver, medium.
    • Top: Solid Red Cedar.
    • Rosette: Tramontana in Occitan cross.
    • Back & Sides: Mahogany, with nets mahogany, maple and black.
    • Bridge: Rosewood Indonesia.
    • Saddle: Compensated graphite.
    • Finish: Gloss.
    • Strings: Elixir.
    • Electronics: Preamp & STUDIOLÂG NanoFlex piezo pickup.

    UTILIZATION

    The guitar is light enough, it's not a big big dreadnought or jumbo. So obviously the sound is a little less powerful, but it's no surprise.

    The handle is neither too fine nor too thick, it adapts very easily.
    The back of the neck is not varnished, so it slides right hand, one easily Demanche.

    Access to the treble is easy, I'm not going all the time but when the need arises, you can play until 14/15ème box without breaking the wrist.

    Only one problem: the system preamp in the box came off after a few days. Yet I have not abused the instrument ... He was held back by a small dot of glue. It is easily repaired but good when you hear a big POC while playing you stress instantly.

    Sounds on the preamp, there is the sound that suits us among the palette available each preset is different from others and focusing on one type of frequency.

    SOUNDS

    Perfect for playing folk, blues, rock.

    The arpeggios are just beautiful, shining ca, ca flies through the air with a smoothness and precision out of this world ...
    I suck at picking but the few songs I can play sound perfectly.

    The treble and midrange out very well whatever the strings (Elixir or Ernie Ball) The bass does not have much sustait but it must be due to the width of the body.

    In agreements, careful not to attack too dry, not to be too aggressive, you have to play with nuance!

    As a group, it appears very well if we improvise on top of someone playing the rhythm

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had a year now. I tried a couple of Ibanez and Takamine same range, but the sounds and the look of it convinced me.

    The feature that I like most is the sound arpeggios / picking.

    The quality / price seems very good, I would do this choice.
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  • lolowarriorlolowarrior

    What a race! (I mean the guitar of course!)

    Lâg Tramontane T100ACEPublished on 03/02/12 at 15:09
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    Made in China. A few finishing details, including the varnish of the handle at Fretes and roughness of the latter during the Bend ... but nothing major. And then when we play we do not look it! Otherwise it's a really beautiful guitar.

    UTILIZATION

    Top handle and really very well adjusted. Very easy guitar to play.

    SOUNDS

    Acoustic sounds really hot. Once connected, I use almost exclusively the adjustment 3. But we must stress that I do not branch on an acoustic amp (Fender Deluxe) ... then obviously I can not say.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I literally fell in love with this guitar. I had tried in-store and after months of testing on other guitars, I always returned to …
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    Made in China. A few finishing details, including the varnish of the handle at Fretes and roughness of the latter during the Bend ... but nothing major. And then when we play we do not look it! Otherwise it's a really beautiful guitar.

    UTILIZATION

    Top handle and really very well adjusted. Very easy guitar to play.

    SOUNDS

    Acoustic sounds really hot. Once connected, I use almost exclusively the adjustment 3. But we must stress that I do not branch on an acoustic amp (Fender Deluxe) ... then obviously I can not say.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I literally fell in love with this guitar. I had tried in-store and after months of testing on other guitars, I always returned to this T100ACE. It's really easy to play. The handle is a real treat ... So I finally got the offer. I've had nine months and I play most often without the plug in and it sounds the fire god. No frizzz when we play (though I severe attack) and his ... When the branch, the sound is good, the preset 3. Just try it, it transports you elsewhere. The handle is certainly a little rough and it hangs a bit at the beginning of the Bend. But it passes. Then frankly the look of this guitar does not go unnoticed. It's true that the black color is a bit dirty (fingerprints and pick). It holds very well and the agreement on the guitar strings supplied are Elixir. It's crazy because I play mostly rock and this guitar really good cash, whether in picking (the sound is clear and not muffled as is the case on many electro-acoustic) or with the plectrum. In short, this guitar is worth testing whether you are looking for an electro-acoustic. It has no built-in tuner, but the agreement is so ...
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