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Tramontane T222ASCE-G, Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitar from Lâg in the Tramontane series.


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Lâg Tramontane T222ASCE-G tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Lâg
  • Model: Tramontane T222ASCE-G
  • Series: Tramontane
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 08/03/2010

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Lâg Tramontane T222ASCE-G user reviews

Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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La gratte à tonton10/17/2009

La gratte à tonton's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Lâg Tramontane T222ASCE-G
Chinese-made licensed Lag. Electroacoustic Studio preamp with Lag. Solid top, satin black finish called but rather brilliant. Super comfortable handle, mounted Elixir (custom light I suppose). Prémpli spartan but effective setting (2 a 5-way switch button for the type of sound and volume) Sound in micro magnetic key (just type Taylor). no piezo (phew, finally!) belt clip on both sides of the guitar. Special feature: Cash not thick at all (I would say 7-8 cm no more). Nothing to say about the finish is nickel. No complaint on this subject here

UTILIZATION

Channel super comfortable, excellent ergonomics this guitar is a treat comfort level. The acoustic sound is off but should not expect the acoustics of a dreadnought. But it's not far from ridiculous. The electro sound is great. Super easy to adjust the position suits me perfectly 3

SOUNDS

All is said, is the second hand ds I (the first being for my daughter and one for my apple because I was excited .. it's all good at any point of view. I Taylor 314CE which has a better sound is always relative to the size of electronic cash but it is not the best preamp ES Taylor plays a small studio next to the Lag.

OVERALL OPINION

Bienqu'elle extra value for money has increased by about one month in the 50th ... No glop but it's still quite good
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arallu03/27/2010

arallu's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Lâg Tramontane T222ASCE-G
All information about the site Lag!
Personally, I prefer the unvarnished version rather than gloss. Matter of taste.
7 because I put a screw was left on the pre-amp of mine

UTILIZATION

The handle is very comfortable compared to traditional acoustic. I bought it because I've never done that in the electric, and impossible to make me the big box of acoustic (a Fender yet).
Guitar very light, access to acute is simple.

SOUNDS

the settings are very simple, a pre-amp with the choice but it is very easy to use.
I love the sound was quite suitable for pro-style just by turning a knob. It is true that without amplification, the sound is not as hot as a traditional acoustic but it's perfect for practice, recording and bluffing ...

OVERALL OPINION

I've had it 7 months, I esay the model in Ibanez in petty cash but nothing to see!

Pros:
Small,
Easy transport
Channel perfect
Aesthetic cared
Pre-amp set properly, no-brainer

Cons:
Price increase,
Sound without amp (enough for play, singing though)

With the experience I would do without this choice problem!
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