Lâg Roxane Stage R500

Lâg Roxane Stage R500

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Roxane Stage R500, LP-Shaped Guitar from Lâg in the Roxane 500 series.

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Lâg Roxane Stage R500 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Lâg
  • Model: Roxane Stage R500
  • Series: Roxane 500
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/25/2010

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Lâg Roxane Stage R500 user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 5 reviews )
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yoyotte's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" EXCELLENT"

Lâg Roxane Stage R500
dj's all said though I noticed on the websites of zik its price has increased and the pickups are not the same but they are probably close to the former trs.


Super skyscraper it is immediately comfortable over a small small small BMOL dernires as the two cases (most acute) are fairly strait. But still more than playable though


Ben is the good slap .... I test a gibson studio .... I even saw no diffrence cart justifies the price.
All parties gruitares (without exception) of this site are registered with the RS 500 and a sound card line 6: http://www.hsbox.fr
Frankly adboite and it is not just because of the modlisation line 6 because I can tell you that when I plug my BC rich stratum or a friend of mine is much worse.
This guitar has a clear and sunny and warm and well saturated by you even think!
BMOL: the E string is a little more serious than others Submitted when all knobs are funds.
And for the knobs just might have been better, it is quite uncertain I get. Well for me it really is a dtail I put all my substance to boost saturation and admont!


AWESOME my other guitars are the dusts t o have sold. With that I made the dub reggae of the metal from rock to pop the same trash (trs trs cash dailleurs it well will rewind and return a Manir I like many) .... and everything sounds impeccably.

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

Lâg Roxane Stage R500
Guitar Made in China. It always gives the advantage to get a good scratch any cots.
22 Frets, Nickel-Silver, Medium
Two double-coil pickups Seymour Duncan (SH1 TB4 Bridge + neck)
High precision rack Tunomatic + Stop Tailpiece
Electronics 2 volumes with push-pull (Split), a master Tone slecteur microphones 3 positions
Maple neck, stick with ergonomic junction
Rosewood brsilien
Body table Saddle flame on solid African mahogany body


Channel trs enjoyable travel, it seems to have had this guitar dj in another life, so quick grip trs.
No problem for Access in acute.
The head is a little heavy and tend to tilt the guitar, but it is a thin dtail.
The sound ... for the price it KILLS!


This guitar is versatile trs, we come to have good sound trs plain as saturation. The Seymour Duncan do their job. What happiness to rock!
The micro split further increase the range of sounds, but I do not use it too.

I play a little Vox AD15VT and sounds, asks only to be pushed back to bleed the eardrums of the neighbors.


I use it for 1 year.
It is much more beautiful than the pictures, you can do anything with and has come!
I tried the first price at PRS and the latest prices at Epiphone, do not want a comparison.
Report qualitprix beat me, it is found 650 in stores.
Obviously this choice I would do!

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

Lâg Roxane Stage R500
Made In China under French supervision, clean finish
Acajour guitar, maple top
Fixed bridge, no tremolo, precision tunomatic + stop tailpiece
Maple neck stuck
22 freight (until re-)
2 humbuckers (double) (Seymour Duncan TB4 bridge + neck SH1), and split, 2 independent volumes with Push-Pull (Split), 1 master tone 3-position: low, middle, treble. The middle position depends on the micro acute.
Mechanical precision, very pleasant to tune the guitar


The handle, thin (perfect for delicate hands) is very easy to play, extremely fluid as long as it adds a bit of fast freight.

the guitar is small in size, very enjoyable to play but quite heavy (or refrain fragile backs prefer a game sitting).

The tweeter is easy to access and leave the shredder speak at will.

The palette of sounds offered by the configuration of the microphones is complete.

We get easily a very good sound, both in its own clear that saturated, making this guitar completely versatile. IT HAS A CRAZY FOR SUSTAIN, both agreements that bend.


Lag This is the total happiness, beauty instrument made a line and a wonderful sound to fall to the ground. Completely adapted to my style (which ranges from jazz to heavy metal ultra).

In the bridge position with microphones not splitted, the sound is perfect for rock, as well as for the metal. When it splits the microwave still in the bridge position, we get the ideal grain for playing funk, with or without a wah-wah.

In the middle position (which depends on the micro acute), the sound is warm, but less powerful than acute, split it is very accurate.

The distinguished position, splitters or not depending on the intensity that you want to, is ideal for solos with his "hot" (nothing to envy to a Les Paul Gibson)

I couple this with a multi-Lag effect Boss GX 700, itself connected to a Peavey Classic 30 (all lamps) and the resulting sound is just insanely powerful, precise, clear and rich with subtleties, as long as the one plays the position of the microphones, they are splits or not.

Quite simply, it is unnecessary that I hate to sound with the Lag but happiness.


I use it since October 31, 2008.

I did several concerts with, impeccable roadholding.
Lag is the only that I tried (recommended by a friend who had the same and was thrilled).

The quality / price is just unbeatable. I paid mine € 699.

Attention, I took this model as it turns out that from the 500, are equipped with Roxane Seymour Duncan, which is not the case with lesser models, the sound must be much worse .

You'll understand I love everything: the look, sound it delivers.

Even the weight does not bother me, after all, the pledge of the crazy sustain.

The only mini-flat, independent of the guitar, is linked to the side of the splittable pickups that can cause interference, resulting in the fact of receiving the radio in the HP amp. I found the solution by connecting a volume pedal between the guitar and multi purpose. This pedal cut net interference, much better than the foil and craft that is still very inefficient.

I'm the short: you have a budget of less than 700 € and dream yet to produce the sound of the legendary Gibson Les Paul? Lag This is for you.

Better, as its pickups are split-it offer subtle sounds over the Les Paul, very expensive and overrated as is often the case with myths.

I invite you to watch the sound it produces live video via the "Flashback"
https://www.dailymotion.com/fitch_dealer_spirituel (solo between 4'57 and 5'40).

thierry5351's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Good buy"

Lâg Roxane Stage R500
Manufacturing china
Fixed bridge type Les Paul in 2 parts
round mahogany table rosewood (rosewood =)
No threads on the neck or body, unlike other series.
2 humbuckers: SH1 (paf = 59) and TB4 (= Jeff Beck)
1 volume by microwave, and a general tone.
Push-pull on the 2 volumes is to split HB
3-position selector.
mechanical oil bath without registration.
Table-looking flamed maple.
Tobacco sunburt
No cover or case.


I had a standard Roxanne in 1998 (new). It cost 5900 francs at the time, then compare what is comparable. At the level of play and sound, I see no difference, everything is good. I will say later: Differences in the mail (or worse) and the varnish, which was thicker, more beautiful and solid. It seems to me that the body was a bit thicker (it made him look more "serious", there's been a bit light) the guitar was a little heavier. It is now too small and unbalanced toward the handle. The game is not comfortable sitting, masi I think the Les Paul either.


For sound, nothing to say, excellent sustain. We must keep Elixir above, the sound is incomparable. Both pickups individually in split or double, it's happiness. For the mix ... is reviewed.
The electronics are a bit light, but considering the price we can forgive. The pots look a bit into the void, offering no resistance, it does not want to use it, dailleurs we do not use it! I called the factory, because I do not understand the usefulness of the central position of the selector of microphones, or its operation that seemed faulty. And not at all and it is expected: it needs to be addressed (the screwdriver) the height of the 2 microphones, so that the 2 volume pots thoroughly, has a mix acceptable to the ear. Then do not try to fix anything in a central position for different mixes. It's a shame, illogical, no. It seems to me that my previous standard Bédarieux Roxane, is refined by adjusting the mix on the pots. Now, if one of two pots is zero, no sound ... even if the other is substance. I do not understand this choice. Furthermore, it limits the possibilities of setting up the microphones individually. For my part, having groped, I arrived at a position following this, power plant, which is useless: it is equal to the neck pickup alone. If I want something more intermediate, then this is the neck pickup alone becomes too high pitched ... I hope you follow me ... In short, I think it will end at the luthier for rewiring Complete change of pots. Too bad, it'll bring me the price of the 1000 ... (But this problem is it set to 1000?)


I've had almost a year. I eun many guitars before, in the same price range. My favorite remains the standard Roxane Bédarieux that I foolishly sold it because it sounded somewhat, so that my amps were involved ... A very good buy despite the origin China. A remake, I would save a version for France.

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