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Lâg Roxanne Floyd
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Lâg Roxanne Floyd

LP-Shaped Guitar from Lâg belonging to the Roxanne series.

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Fred7582 Fred7582
Publié le 09/30/08 à 09:19
One of the jewels of French guitars!, Mahogany body. Set neck with rosewood fingerboard with pearl real hideout. Floyd Rose tremolo unit with saddle strings.
Two Seymour Duncan humbuckers SH1 and SH4 splitables.

UTILIZATION

Handle end and ultra-fast in the mind of a Gibson SG or some PRS! The access is ideal for acute, very light and well balanced is the guitar scene par excellence!
The sound is very versatile: single and double coil ...... a Fender to Gibson's no problem.

SOUNDS

This guitar is designed for the Rock and fully expressed simply with the warmth of a tube amp. In the choice of sounds very fat and blues in the spirit Gibson LP or SG through ultra sounds clear and limpid to PINK FLOYD, see things in the mind killer Steve Vai and Joe Satriani thanks to Floyd Rose ...... it is ultra versatile ....

OVERALL OPINION

Nature of ultra purist guitar (LP, TV, Strato, SG), I had a crush on this Lag for several reasons: very versatile in sound (the guitar to do everything .... . Swiss Army Knife of guitar) very light (for long or repeated endless concerts); very beautiful violin (made in France), the Floyd Rose, a handle ultra fast cheap and therefore a price / quality ratio extraordinary compared to American brands.
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