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Roxane Standard RS200, LP-Shaped Guitar from Lâg in the Roxane 200 series.


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Lâg Roxane Standard RS200 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Lâg
  • Model: Roxane Standard RS200
  • Series: Roxane 200
  • Category: LP-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 07/17/2006

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Lâg Roxane Standard RS200 user reviews

Average Score:4.6( 4.6/5 based on 5 reviews )
 3 reviews60 %
 2 reviews40 %
Audience: Value For Money :
flacke06/27/2012

flacke's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)"great"

Lâg Roxane Standard RS200
description on the website but beware the lag, mine dates from 2007 (bought new for € 370 in store), it does not have the EMG lag but micro alnico humbucker.

Head: Design Roxane, flamed maple
- Mechanical: High precision
- Head Nut: Graphite
- Setting spindle: Two way
- Neck: Maple (Hard Maple), glued
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Frets: 22, Silver-Nickel, Jumbo
- Benchmarks: Pearl
- Body: Flamed Maple top on solid mahogany body (Book-matched)
- Pickups: 2 dual-coil EMG HZ (SA-1 neck, TB-1 bridge) / / NOT FOR ME
- Bridge: Stop Tailpiece + Tunomatic
- Electronics: Volume 2 independent with Push-Pull (Split) + 1 master tone, pickup selector 3 positions
- Finish: Gloss / / FRAGILE! > Show global view
- Strings: D'Addario / / string with Elixir sold at the time

The finish has delivered more than adequate, not fret over that, handle set by the maker of the store.

UTILIZATION

handle: hyper pleasant, but not too late, it is far from sleeves typed Gibson (wood log) but halfway between a c-type handle and a handle type strat ibanez (end) ... brief perfect for my small hands, access to acute is greatly facilitated in the set neck.
the varnish of the handle gives the impression of playing on butter ... it slide alone!
When empty, the guitar sounds but lacks a little sustain, this is mainly due to the low wood density: very light.
Indeed, this guitar is a featherweight! to say, it shows up when playing, the guitar tends to bite the neck since it must represent almost 60% of total weight, which therefore creates a slight imbalance in the guitar (body / sleeve).
Personally I like its light weight, you can play with your feet for six hours without feeling any back pain! it's enjoyable!


SOUNDS

When I bought it, I mostly played punk rock.
The two twin confers a heat lespaulienne in the idea that's undeniable, even if in the long run, these microphones may lack potato (a little).
I play this one a little of everything, having left my group as I use it in compositions blending progressive rock, electro sound, at times bordering on trip hop, some jazz ...
And I think in my humble opinion that this is the guitar that reveals all its potential: it is a guitar that can be given in any style, playing with the knobs and micro splittable 7 configurations are obtained micro as possible!
Well even though simple, was not sound as bright with a stratum (or Danny: D), this may do the trick by playing with the amp settings.
The bridge pickup really brings the power and the definition needed for rock, it can even indulge in some metalhead riff.
the neck pickup it is rather to bring the warmth and softness to her, there is no problem here feel the blues or any style that calls for heat.

For me this has sometimes I use a bit throughout the configuration of the micro lag, even though I never much use of the bridge position.

I have always played with a 100 watt amp valvestates without distortion effect with the amp suits me perfectly.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 5 years I have been waiting to put my opinion on this guitar.
I tried for an impressive model.
What I like about this guitar, it's first appearance: she throws it and mm after 5 years together (not like some relationship shall we say: p), I wanted to find the time an alternative is not too expensive gibson and fender without falling into either sub-brands is not in imitations ... then lag, it's French! :) (Ok manufactured in Asia but of French nationality anyway ...: p)
I also like the versatility that can flirt with lots of sound.
Moreover, after five years, the guitar aged well at the neck, frets still no freeze, no more and no frets.
What I like least, this is his first patent: it is extremely fragile. and when I say very I mean it ... drop any object above it, and bim an impact ...
So yes it's true that after a 30 ene together it leaves marks, and at first I was extremely careful with this guitar, but even with that, after a year, she had some fart ... tan for the worse could use some varnish ... :/

ultimately, this guitar is a good springboard to a line above, its versatility allows us to better identify our future needs ...
I am currently looking for a new guitar in the high end, I have tried many, (gibson, fender, among others) and I can not find a guitar that totally upsets me, I even think either has to wait a little by changing the pickups of this lag, or take his big sister, the lag RS500 (or any other occas ... may be) even if I have a view on 72 telecaster deluxe.
So for the price, I would do without hesitation that choice!

if you want to listen to what it gives: www.fabrice-l.com or http://www.myspace.com/resignedlife for punk rock sounds
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son1k04/05/2007

son1k's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Lâg Roxane Standard RS200
Maple set neck (Hard Maple), with ergonomic junction (we say a race driver)
- Indian Rosewood
- 22 medium frets
- Setting spindle double meaning
- Mechanical Lâg high-precision
- Body: Solid Mahogany
- Pickups Alnico-V humbucker Lâg ("replica" of Seymour Duncan SH1 and SH4)
- Bridge Tunomatic and power cord standard
- 2 independent volumes with Push-Pull splitter for the humbucker and a single general tone
- Pickups selector with 3 positions (Toggle)
- Nickel finish hardware
- High gloss
- Made in China

UTILIZATION

At the handle is a highway! My fingers are riding! Jme takes to Santana! Ultra pleasant for all hands! The gameplay and amazing! Access to acute is very easy for me (I have long fingers Assé), on the knob push / pull it super easy but is not mieu tro transpired if his hands slip to the form it is not only our wonderful but also very pleasant! As against the weight is on it is super light but even tro because the head of the handle tends to nose dive when playing standing with the strap, was his only punch it low for her that I is 9, and to reach out a correct note just ask a kid of three years he easily reach out one note Very nice!

SOUNDS

I personally played a bit of everything, a bit like this guitar, I go through the Santana metal, funk, rock, blues, jazz, heavy metal to reagge even if I do not like any I am more funk and Satana (combined) and the scratches and ultra ployalante !!!!!!!! I play mainly on the Vox I AD120vt (a big monster, a potato of hell) for concerts and repeats and a DA15 ty (a lil monster) for the home, the bin out the best of the best! ! I type out all the sounds without any impecable "broken ears with noise inodible" but rather of its super clear sound crystal-clear and very, very well saturated fat only when necessary, it is a one car sport this guitar! So with the knob push / pull we do anything and everything !!!!!

OVERALL OPINION

It's been a week I play with, for the instant no concert scheduled, I played a Start, I take the good Prefair abitude before. Obviously I love his Guell, its handle, its lutris, its micro, everything which, apart from its handle, which is lying on the ground ve personal but with a strap that acroche not bother her much but I put 9 and a half for her . And of course the money is RAPORT GEANT!! Before I essey the Greg Bennet who is really good but less than the RS200, 2 Ibanez and a strat pa terrible and really did that ARX300 nothing to do, she envied all the Lag! Of course I would do the same choice !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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kristolikid07/28/2008

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

Lâg Roxane Standard RS200
Retailer list of technical specifications is on the sit lag.fr

UTILIZATION

I played 25 years (!) On a Gibson Les Paul Custom in 1976 before going to the fly on June 21 (the balls!), So I t have to buy a skyscraper in an emergency to continue The series of concerts.J 've essay 4 (Jim Harley, ltd, Cort and lag) seeking to regain the feeling clean and gibson son.Bien Obviously I did not have the budget for a gibson.
So I opt for the lag for its playability, its electronic and stringed instruments.
it was necessary that I rode with the handle a little more strait and especially the jumbo frets are a little larger than the gibson.
Nanmoins, APRS this tutorial a few hours, I really be satisfied with this choice as a mid-range, it sounds, it is playable, Access in acute is easy.
The little cot is the least of the cheap acastillage, but should not RVer, this price rang hollow and the other their overall quality is not that level.
Playing little prs all styles, I find myself even though the push-pull plutt is a gadget which I would use probably not.
Plays a good all-tube amp (Laney VC30) I come back the vintage sound of the 70 big sound to modern heavy, so even if it is made in China, n ' hsitez not invest in quality resulting from the MODEL franaise.Sans xnophobisme or patriotism, I intend to later invest in a r-gibson.

SOUNDS

Yes
Laney VC30, Marshall Valvestate 80
all sounds, with the added push-pull or humbucking singlecoil

OVERALL OPINION

For a month
most: its price, its overall quality
the least: the handle falling (the balance) and the cheap cot acastillage
report qual / Price: Unbeatable
I would do this choice less qu'Epiphone last book stores franais.
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pic&pulse02/20/2011

pic&pulse's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not bad but not top"

Lâg Roxane Standard RS200
Mine is a 2006 model with micro Lag meant to imitate the Seymour SH1 and SH4, and hanging out in the mag's corner ever since. Delivered fully resolved by the house luthier, who also corrected some small finishing perfectible: rubbing a knob, a hoop through it ...
The build quality is generally good but pretty average, although there is a neat electronic including the cavity assembly and a shielded very clean. Mechanical correct.
I have a weakness for form DC.
For the rest, see below, it is exhaustive.

UTILIZATION

The guitar is rather small, very (too) lightly. Body shape without worries, the handle is a highway, although I think that it would be not too large hands. One arrives at the 22nd fret not without accountability.
Guitar leans toward the head, so choosing the right strap.
I find the position of selection switch too far and split the microphone treble (pull the volume knob on top) rather difficult because of the shape of the button, especially with sweaty fingers.
Otherwise, the knobs are effective, and the tone is tamed without worries.
Holding agreement is correct, better than in Epi, but still perfectible.


SOUNDS

The first test version of the original, I found the cool sound in all positions, but a bit rough compared to my other guitars (equipped with DiMarzio and EMG). I found a secondhand SH4 to replace the bridge. The difference with the original is real but not huge and the grain is very similar, demonstrating the quality of the original small microphones. So, I let the neck of origin.
In bridge, it's pretty rough but not garish, but rock with an output level of correct but not monstrous.
In neck is warm, a little softer, still rock and output level ditto.
With Inter, he is a very nice little mellow, but it deserves to be a bit more hollow.
When it splits, is refined without ending up with a jigsaw. Seymour does not send the extreme treble, which can not have a metallic sound like TV (it's not my favorite, this one ...).
Overall, the sound is very clean, usable in a lot of styles without big personality but never ridiculous. The positions are well marked and the game is transcribed. It's downright greater than Ibanez, for example.
Only the funky rhythmic chattering well be difficult to obtain, the fault probably mahogany.
In general, it lacks a bit of potato, the sound could be more incisive. Attention is not the marshmallow. I prefer to permanently DiMarzio Seymour matter of taste.
The sustain is very average, despite the set neck but the guitar is very light.

OVERALL OPINION

I wanted a guitar "genre" Les Paul, two double fixed bridge. I rejected the clones of the Gibson because access to the tweeter is really not that great. Yet some Epi or Tokai sounds nice in this price range. I did not like the Ibanez and Art Ltd. equivalent.
I hesitated with a very small Wi200 Washburn, which I found very good. Only the significant discount on this Lag tipped the balance. A similar price, I think I took the Washburn.
But I'm not disappointed. I did some gigs with it and gave me complete satisfaction. It is lightweight, super set, good sound and look nice. I think I'll change the buttons, and mechanics to try to improve maintenance agreement.
At 300 € (+50 the SH4), the value for money is excellent. I tried the 2010 which are qualitatively comparable, EMG HZ pickups equipped with different grain but also nice.
Very good guitar for the price.
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