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Lâg Tramontane TN200A14CE
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Lâg Tramontane TN200A14CE

Acoustic-electric nylon string guitar from Lâg belonging to the Tramontane 200 series

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EmbroEmbro

Rather attractive

Lâg Tramontane TN200A14CEPublished on 09/02/11 at 14:36
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in China like all Lâg acoustic, I think.
The electronics are really good and convenient settings.

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice. Nothing do with one of the above remarks on the finishes and finger injuries. Maybe a wrong part of the series.
It is holding the handle and the deep bass (not connected) that convinced me to buy this guitar.
I'm not a fan of plugging in the attachment of the strap.
The nut is actually a little high and the strings down the neck are very remote, so difficult to play.

SOUNDS

Very good sound. Settings easy and effective.
Used with a VOX VT20 transplanted on table together. All right.
Very sweet on guitar arpeggios, lacks a little power...…
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Made in China like all Lâg acoustic, I think.
The electronics are really good and convenient settings.

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice. Nothing do with one of the above remarks on the finishes and finger injuries. Maybe a wrong part of the series.
It is holding the handle and the deep bass (not connected) that convinced me to buy this guitar.
I'm not a fan of plugging in the attachment of the strap.
The nut is actually a little high and the strings down the neck are very remote, so difficult to play.

SOUNDS

Very good sound. Settings easy and effective.
Used with a VOX VT20 transplanted on table together. All right.
Very sweet on guitar arpeggios, lacks a little power folk.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for over a year. I cruised up to British Columbia and Quebec. I love it and I gladly forgive him his little faults, little problematic for a guitar in this range.
I had gone to buy an Ibanez AEG 20 and I finally blew my budget (€ 100) trying Lag.
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The LuSThe LuS

Finishing mucha

Lâg Tramontane TN200A14CEPublished on 03/24/11 at 14:09
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French brand made in China, pretty, correct wood, light the back of the neck is nice ...
Frets, the frets roh byzarre !....
I try it and like I need a bit of a classic versatile meeting and that the studio look "pure classic" I glasse ...
I plug it in electronica and electro party is very nice. 5 presets thoughtful, single tuner but precise tone that can be bypassed with the presets, volume, all good for this (lower middle) range.
I start with I'm in a hurry ..

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, finally back, because the finish of the frets is zero and I confirm, "SHARP"
access to the acute bun is accessible and playable, but with thinking ...
Well I spend on glue smudge on the...…
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French brand made in China, pretty, correct wood, light the back of the neck is nice ...
Frets, the frets roh byzarre !....
I try it and like I need a bit of a classic versatile meeting and that the studio look "pure classic" I glasse ...
I plug it in electronica and electro party is very nice. 5 presets thoughtful, single tuner but precise tone that can be bypassed with the presets, volume, all good for this (lower middle) range.
I start with I'm in a hurry ..

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, finally back, because the finish of the frets is zero and I confirm, "SHARP"
access to the acute bun is accessible and playable, but with thinking ...
Well I spend on glue smudge on the neck I saw it but when you buy good 400 euros with a good mic preamp and a piezo tuner with more than correct ..
The ropes sold with me not bad blies, the cons by plastic Chevallet nut is too high making the strings too much away sleeves.
I changed the frets for wood if I had kept the guitar ...

SOUNDS

Sounds nice, but .. it must play in it .. and it hurts!
How to spoil a pretty classic electronica with a good preamp damage ...


OVERALL OPINION

I am entammer inside the right thumb, just relaxing and taking it
To give you an idea.
I think for beginners starting on this type of guitar.
No I would do not elect you understand I think

Anyway ... I can turn around and ogle the "pure classic" me glasses ....
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DJ - buissonDJ - buisson

you should try this guitar

Lâg Tramontane TN200A14CEPublished on 03/11/11 at 07:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Pleasant handle a little thick but not wide. Then the frets are poorly finished, hence a cut on my palm of hand! and claws all along. (Tested in Paris center). Amp .. good. (I put a zero fret because of hurtful!), Frankly it cuts anything, should stop taking us for Suck, and the seller told me .. this is normal, it's made in China and the wood is green .. retracts at the same time a gentleman asked if he could bring her daughter, who also cuts! Metro Chatelet is going next .. Looking for a bit .. (It's a nice shop.)

UTILIZATION

The interface is nice; weight idem, access to acute enjoyable without more, is not a taylord, but a great look .. it's beautiful wood .. had to make...…
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Pleasant handle a little thick but not wide. Then the frets are poorly finished, hence a cut on my palm of hand! and claws all along. (Tested in Paris center). Amp .. good. (I put a zero fret because of hurtful!), Frankly it cuts anything, should stop taking us for Suck, and the seller told me .. this is normal, it's made in China and the wood is green .. retracts at the same time a gentleman asked if he could bring her daughter, who also cuts! Metro Chatelet is going next .. Looking for a bit .. (It's a nice shop.)

UTILIZATION

The interface is nice; weight idem, access to acute enjoyable without more, is not a taylord, but a great look .. it's beautiful wood .. had to make baguettes!

SOUNDS

Asses the sound muffled but now with a string bass that sounds not too bad. the medium is lost (not connected) ... Folk singing for fun in and arpeggios .. But it comes with strings so high it Unplayable ... and for a beginner it will be hell. (I put ZERO ropes 3mm to case3 in severe AE.

OVERALL OPINION

I tried mileage. It is made in China, why not .. the wood is beautiful and finishes: sloppy! for about 450 to 480 € is simply flee directly to a Guild, used or taylord more expensive, but we are in another world .. buy this guitere resale is guaranteed in 2 years .. Woods also look to me .. not even dry (?).. Basically it makes you a guitar: hey baby! but wind up with ropes.
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  • Manufacturer: Lâg
  • Model: Tramontane TN200A14CE
  • Series: Tramontane 200
  • Category: Acoustic-electric nylon string guitars
  • Added in our database on: 05/04/2010

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