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Lâg Rockline LH
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Left-Handed Electric Guitar from Lâg belonging to the Rockline series.

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  • fanfouet66fanfouet66

    Very good Made in France

    Lâg Rockline LHPublished on 12/12/12 at 13:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is our Minister of Sustainable Recovery should be proud that such a wonder is after our good old France! Although it was produced in 1984 and its serial number is 273, but it does not appear in the catalog offciciel LAG, it would therefore be a Custom!
    The rosewood handle is 22 fretes, the body is jenesaispluscequemaditlelutier, it is the same for the bridge was replaced by the same but new because the former was forced: there is a screw that locks the bridge and apparently a former pocesseur did not know.
    The pickups are Lag (a simple mache and a double bridge) with a split three positions. There is a rule for volume and tone.
    If you have more information about this model, please …
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    It is our Minister of Sustainable Recovery should be proud that such a wonder is after our good old France! Although it was produced in 1984 and its serial number is 273, but it does not appear in the catalog offciciel LAG, it would therefore be a Custom!
    The rosewood handle is 22 fretes, the body is jenesaispluscequemaditlelutier, it is the same for the bridge was replaced by the same but new because the former was forced: there is a screw that locks the bridge and apparently a former pocesseur did not know.
    The pickups are Lag (a simple mache and a double bridge) with a split three positions. There is a rule for volume and tone.
    If you have more information about this model, please do not hesitate to share them.

    UTILIZATION

    It is a pure Lag so nice and easy to play.
    The handle is very nice, however the guitar stings the nose slightly, the access to acute is easy. The guitar does not have the unfortunate tendency to désacorder bends when angry and / or crappy.
    This is so typical Rockline, however the neck pickup allows a bluesy sound.

    SOUNDS

    The sound is typical rock but with a tube amp (Vox AC4TV and Jacques overtube) there is a broad range of sounds. With Jacques Trinity and the neck pickup that funk sec.
    I still think change by a set micro Seymour Duncan to enrich the palette of sounds.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use 100% last year and I do not regrete mail this purchase blind. Fortunately for the buyer Lag does not have a rating at their height. His only weak point is the pickups and still is to find one.
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