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

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  • Anonymous

    Lâg Roxanne VintagePublished on 10/22/03 at 14:46
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Origin France

    2 P90

    excellent lutherie

    UTILIZATION

    Channel enjoyable

    lgre balance and well

    SOUNDS

    Excellent sound for blues, blues-rock, rock and roll, song

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 2000
  • cedricalineacedricalinea

    Lâg Roxanne VintagePublished on 10/25/04 at 07:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in France / single pickups / mics versatility

    UTILIZATION

    Handle extremely enjoyable
    access to acute simple and effective
    Lightweight: with a unique burden gibson type!
    Trs pure clean sound. Distosion effective pop-rock and rock.

    SOUNDS

    Style: pop-rock / jazz / rock / reggae
    Marshall amp velvestate
    clean and clear sound prcis. the remaining fat prcis despite sometimes significant distortion.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years and I find standards of quality: jouabilit incomparable with other brands amricaines / weight can finally move on scne without breaking your back!
    I played before on a Japanese stratocaster.
    trs good report quality …
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    Made in France / single pickups / mics versatility

    UTILIZATION

    Handle extremely enjoyable
    access to acute simple and effective
    Lightweight: with a unique burden gibson type!
    Trs pure clean sound. Distosion effective pop-rock and rock.

    SOUNDS

    Style: pop-rock / jazz / rock / reggae
    Marshall amp velvestate
    clean and clear sound prcis. the remaining fat prcis despite sometimes significant distortion.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years and I find standards of quality: jouabilit incomparable with other brands amricaines / weight can finally move on scne without breaking your back!
    I played before on a Japanese stratocaster.
    trs good report quality price. I bought mine around 1100 euros era. Prices not normment Bug recently to mark Lag ... Unlike Gibson, who has seen prices increase by 30% in two years, which seems to be the flight that compared the 'Today we come to France!
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  • VinfilVinfil

    Lâg Roxanne VintagePublished on 01/06/05 at 05:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hand made guitar (I think ...) in France. Mine dates from 2001.
    This guitar is inspired by the Les Paul DC in terms of shape. The body consists of a beautiful piece of mahogany, but it is rather special because it is very light and resonant.
    The neck is also mahogany with a rosewood fingerboard. The frets are rather small, especially compared to what Fender lately, but the game is pretty easy. Small problem: I had a little problem of "dead-note" at the beginning, due to fret a little high. The problem, however, has adjusted itself to force bends ... O)
    The neck is fairly well balanced, neither too fat nor too thin ...
    Electronic side, we have two P-90 pickups manufactured by Lag (of…
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    Hand made guitar (I think ...) in France. Mine dates from 2001.
    This guitar is inspired by the Les Paul DC in terms of shape. The body consists of a beautiful piece of mahogany, but it is rather special because it is very light and resonant.
    The neck is also mahogany with a rosewood fingerboard. The frets are rather small, especially compared to what Fender lately, but the game is pretty easy. Small problem: I had a little problem of "dead-note" at the beginning, due to fret a little high. The problem, however, has adjusted itself to force bends ... O)
    The neck is fairly well balanced, neither too fat nor too thin ...
    Electronic side, we have two P-90 pickups manufactured by Lag (officiellement. .. in fact I doubt it though, although they are good). Everything is governed by a 3-position selector ways LP and two volumes (with anti-capacitor loss of treble, and that's really good).
    The bridge is a Badass, simple and reliable, but not great comfort for the palm-muting ...

    In summary, a simple guitar and simple but well-built ...

    UTILIZATION

    Ergonomics are generally good. Access to acute is easy and light weight is a real asset in terms of comfort. The overall simplicity makes it a good guitar for the stage ...

    SOUNDS

    The sound is very good: I love especially the vacuum, which carries already the character of the guitar ...

    I use this guitar with a Peavey Classic 30, and a good couple. This guitar excels in the crunch, which makes a beast of blues-rock. The clean sounds are good, but I regret that the intermediate position is not as thin and hollow ...

    Conclusion: If you are trash is not good ... If you are something else, it does, and with great personality ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    A good guitar, with lots of personality ...
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  • GojiGoji

    Lâg Roxanne VintagePublished on 08/20/07 at 11:13
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    France
    22 boxes
    2 P90
    Body and neck: mahogany Grand Bassam
    Fingerboard: Rosewood (brsilien it seems to me)
    Wraparound Bridge
    2 volume, 1 Tone gnrale, 1toggle switch 3 positions

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs enjoyable (although it seemed to me strait at first, but I have big hands)
    CHAC is the super sharp ais (almost as much as a Gibson SG)
    It is extremely lgre (which causes a lightweight dsquilibre)
    The sound of the P90 is round and warm, lgrement more slamming the original p90 (I Got)
    The clean sounds are full and warm, the crunches are easily obtained, the distortions are crmeuses.

    SOUNDS

    This guitar should any style of music (except heavy trash death m…
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    France
    22 boxes
    2 P90
    Body and neck: mahogany Grand Bassam
    Fingerboard: Rosewood (brsilien it seems to me)
    Wraparound Bridge
    2 volume, 1 Tone gnrale, 1toggle switch 3 positions

    UTILIZATION

    Channel trs enjoyable (although it seemed to me strait at first, but I have big hands)
    CHAC is the super sharp ais (almost as much as a Gibson SG)
    It is extremely lgre (which causes a lightweight dsquilibre)
    The sound of the P90 is round and warm, lgrement more slamming the original p90 (I Got)
    The clean sounds are full and warm, the crunches are easily obtained, the distortions are crmeuses.

    SOUNDS

    This guitar should any style of music (except heavy trash death metal grindcore but there are brands for spcialiss a), provided we are looking for a sound not too warm and crystalline.
    The microphone is sharp without being too powerful, micro round IDAL is serious jazz to reggae through the pop blues etc..

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it since 2001, in formations ranging from funk to punk rock mlo. This guitar rpond fingers (logic you might say) and the eye.
    I ssay moult o guitars until I came across it in a store is its natural color matte to me first and then hangs trying to have APRS unplugged and a peavey 5150, I signed with eyes closed and I do not regret it.
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  • argallargall

    Lâg Roxanne VintagePublished on 04/24/08 at 00:39
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Origin: FRANCE!!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant wood design pleasing to the eye
    access to acute: prodigious

    Very light guitar,
    Standing, it draws a slightly forward at the beginning,
    after one week of use, we do not notice this peculiarity

    SOUNDS

    Used with a 30 PEAVEY
    Its very versatile issue
    any style of music
    P90 mics seem powerful enough

    OVERALL OPINION

    Excellent value for money
    guitar by his engaging personality:
    Beauty, simplicity, efficiency, universality, lightness ..........
    ...
    I stop here
    (Thank you David)
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    Origin: FRANCE!!

    UTILIZATION

    Channel pleasant wood design pleasing to the eye
    access to acute: prodigious

    Very light guitar,
    Standing, it draws a slightly forward at the beginning,
    after one week of use, we do not notice this peculiarity

    SOUNDS

    Used with a 30 PEAVEY
    Its very versatile issue
    any style of music
    P90 mics seem powerful enough

    OVERALL OPINION

    Excellent value for money
    guitar by his engaging personality:
    Beauty, simplicity, efficiency, universality, lightness ..........
    ...
    I stop here
    (Thank you David)
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