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Lâg Guitars (booth 6440) is exhibiting its Tramontane (Trah-mon-tahn) line of acoustic and acoustic/electric guitars.

 

The line includes both steel string and nylon string guitars, with the use of beveled corner bindings and proprietary preamp/pickup systems. Of special note are the following models:

 

T66D

From the Tramontane Standard Range, this beginner guitar is distinguished by a deep gloss finish and bold black and ivory rosette. The dreadnought-style body features a spruce top and mahogany back and sides, an Indonesian Rosewood fingerboard, rolled bindings and a relieved headstock.

 

T100ASCEBLK

Part of the Tramontane Stage Range, this auditorium slim body cutaway model begins with a solid red cedar top and a black deep gloss finish, paired with solid wood rolled bindings and a relieved Indonesian rosewood headstock. A Lâg Nanoflex pickup is featured under the bridge saddle, and it is complemented by a StudioLag preamp, containing five custom-voiced analog presets for access to a wide acoustic tone palette.

 

T200DCE

Also part of the Stage Range, this dreadnought cutaway acoustic/electric steps up to a French Satin finish, with a solid Cedar top, Mahogany back and sides, solid  Rosewood bindings, relieved headstock and the StudioLâg Plus preamp, with five custom voiced presets and a built-in chromatic tuner.

 

Pricing & Availability

All models are now available, with U.S.

MSRP prices as follows:

  • T66D                                               $280.00
  • T100ASCEBLK                                    $675.00
  • T200DCE                                           $750.00

 

For more information, visit www.lagguitars.com.

 

Lâg is exhibiting at Booth 6440 (Hall A) at the 2010 Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA.

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