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  • bgallaghermusicbgallaghermusic

    Beautiful and Versatile

    Godin LGX-SAPublished on 11/10/14 at 13:22
    This is a great, Canadian-made guitar. I've been using it for a little over 5 years now and haven't so far felt the need to purchase a new electric because this guitar is so multi-faceted.

    It has all the normal specs of a great electric. 22 frets with a really nice ebony fingerboard and mahogany neck that isn't too thick or too thin. It's really playable and feels great from the first note. It would already have been a great buy just as an electric, but it's also equipped with an acoustic transducer output and a 13-pin MIDI out for the best synth guitar experience I've ever had.

    UTILIZATION

    Sounds great and plays great. It's a bit heavy but for that it has beautiful sustain and the......
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    This is a great, Canadian-made guitar. I've been using it for a little over 5 years now and haven't so far felt the need to purchase a new electric because this guitar is so multi-faceted.

    It has all the normal specs of a great electric. 22 frets with a really nice ebony fingerboard and mahogany neck that isn't too thick or too thin. It's really playable and feels great from the first note. It would already have been a great buy just as an electric, but it's also equipped with an acoustic transducer output and a 13-pin MIDI out for the best synth guitar experience I've ever had.

    UTILIZATION

    Sounds great and plays great. It's a bit heavy but for that it has beautiful sustain and the over-tones are to die for.

    The fretboard is easy to jump around. I don't usually go too crazy on the upper frets in my playing but I never noticed it being uncomfortable. Really nice feel to this guitar.

    After 5 years I haven't had a single technical problem and the only work I've had done on it is your standard tuning/setup. I even fell pretty hard onto it during a bike accident and it was essentially unscathed.

    SOUNDS

    I use this guitar for just about everything from country to reggae. I played it most often with my Vox AC15 (a great combination) and the tone was majestic. The acoustic transducer works great for when you don't feel like/don't have time for picking up an acoustic mid-show. The ability to mix the acoustic and electric sounds gives you a nice warm tone with that nice shiny acoustic high-end.

    For the synth function I haven't found anything better. I took a Synth-Guitar course when I studied at Berklee and the guitars they had for the students were Godin. They just know what they'Re doing when it comes to synth guitar. Everything about this guitar was designed not only to sound and play great, but also to improve the synth capabilities of the instrument and it shows. As a composer who isn't terribly proficient at piano, this instrument has also really sped up my ability to work with midi.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Like I said, this is a great instrument and I expect to have it my entire life. It's simply a high-quality, well-made guitar. I actually lucked out and had a friend buy it for me with his Guitar Center Pro discount so I only paid about 750 for this, but I would gladly pay double with what I know about it now. If you're looking for one dependable and versatile axe, you may have just found it.
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  • JæckelJæckel

    perfection at your fingertips ...

    Godin LGX-SAPublished on 12/20/13 at 01:49
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This guitar is made in Canada, and mahogany body, flamed maple beautiful table (with blue paint, and more), ebony fingerboard.
    Bolt-on neck and tail section for better access to acute.
    String-through.
    Bone nut.

    As previously stated, the neck is thin and relatively flat, relatively wider than a stratovolcano, but narrower than my Ibanez Musician. In short, very easy and comfortable to play, unless you want "blueser" as with a Tele or a stratovolcano, and again.
    According to the site Godin, the handle was changed after 2002 (mine is older)

    Magnetic pickups:
    - 2 Seymour Duncan humbuckers specially designated for MC Godin brand and have a fine grain and accurate while being......
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    This guitar is made in Canada, and mahogany body, flamed maple beautiful table (with blue paint, and more), ebony fingerboard.
    Bolt-on neck and tail section for better access to acute.
    String-through.
    Bone nut.

    As previously stated, the neck is thin and relatively flat, relatively wider than a stratovolcano, but narrower than my Ibanez Musician. In short, very easy and comfortable to play, unless you want "blueser" as with a Tele or a stratovolcano, and again.
    According to the site Godin, the handle was changed after 2002 (mine is older)

    Magnetic pickups:
    - 2 Seymour Duncan humbuckers specially designated for MC Godin brand and have a fine grain and accurate while being able to send the wood he needed with good saturation.
    - A 5-way switch for 2 microphones, so splits with micro and sensations near the stratosphere (but not completely either).
    - One volume knob, one tone knob
    - A dedicated output jack (when a jack is plugged in, the signal of magnetic pickups is removed from the "MIX" output).

    Micro Piezo:
    - A sensor piezo rope for his "piezo" and "synth access" (SA).
    - A volume
    - 3-band EQ
    - An output jack "MIX" semi-dedicated. Which also leaves the sound of magnetic pickups (cut with the volume knob magnetic pickups or when a jack is plugged into the other outlet dedicated "magnetic micro").
    Sound piezo sounds a bit like a electro acoustic (but not completely either)

    Synth access:
    - A dedicated volume knob.
    - The (Roland compatible Axon, Yamaha, etc.) 13-pin output.
    - 1 mini-switch 3 positions:
    Position 1: Acoustic / Electric
    Position 2: Acoustic / Electric / synth sounds
    Position 3: Synth only
    To control what comes out on the 13-pin.
    - 1 temporary mini push-pull switch that has the S1/S2 functions microphones Roland GK. I can not describe because I'm not using.

    I want to remove a point for the lack of tremolo. But this model is expected to not having (Tremolo on LGXT Godin).
    I take anyway for mechanical point which had to be changed due to lack of strength. Otherwise, it is perfect.



    UTILIZATION

    The handle is a highway, very nice.

    The ergonomics are top, the guitar is well balanced when I sit (home studio) or standing (repététions). Ultimately, I would say it tends a little with the back (with the handle going back a bit), but it may not be an impression compared to nosedive guitars (Ibanez Musician).

    Easy access to acute (tail section).

    The sound is good, too good ...

    SOUNDS

    The sound is good, too good ... It is almost the only criticism I could make this guitar, failure to its qualities: the sound is "perfect" in all circumstances; clean, warm, slamming bright. In short, never disappointing.
    Why blame him then?
    I want to say that the lack of "personality". Godin LGXSA is the most versatile and I know it lacks that 'whatever' that makes you want into him, to go to push it to its limits.
    The sound is far from being cold, but perhaps too clean.

    Maybe I should dig it by mixing more or better piezo pickups with magnetic pickups.

    I would say that each connection, the sound is perfect. Can I play, I cheat, I add effects, I removed. Then I put the synté I take my foot. I leave in delusions that leave me unsatisfied when I come back in his "base". Besides, what his base? There are so many possibilities that I come to think that I would have 3 guitars like it, and 3 pairs of arms and be both guitarist, programmer, sound engineer ... At the same time!

    So this is a guitar that offers with a dizzying array of possibilities, but that needs to be tamed. Never disappointing, but who must leave his mark.

    OVERALL OPINION

    The perfect guitar, with the lack of its qualities so versatile it loses in personality. So much the better for me to assert myself!

    So I'm doing with my electro Godin. I could make the variet ', but not rock-pop-punk. I like to connect synths on the SA, tons of effects on microphones, a few funk échapées and ornamental arpeggios with piezo and magnetic pickups, but rock and sweat point (at least for the moment).

    I can not put myself in agreement with myself on the fact resell and make do with what I have (already several models including a Strat with GK2 sensor), or keep the body working to exploit its enormous potential ...

    Therefore difficult to say whether I would do this choice. This guitar is so perfect that any self-respecting guitarist should have one! Blowin but the price, too!
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  • mikyrealemikyreale

    Chuis LOVERS

    Godin LGX-SAPublished on 12/14/13 at 01:11
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The LGX-SA is a AAA 3 voice instrument that produces sounds of electric and acoustic guitars, in addition to offering unlimited possibilities with synth access system. The output from the bridge transducer system in the LGX-SA produces six separate signals-one for each string. This divided signal is called Divided, is used to control guitar synths.

    UTILIZATION

    How to say chuis love ... So you say love is blind, how to be impartial in my opinion?? The fact is is that the is excellent on many points that were essential to me. We have everything at hand and easily passes from one type to another with his direct mixes easily

    The only downside for me who played little on power, the......
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    The LGX-SA is a AAA 3 voice instrument that produces sounds of electric and acoustic guitars, in addition to offering unlimited possibilities with synth access system. The output from the bridge transducer system in the LGX-SA produces six separate signals-one for each string. This divided signal is called Divided, is used to control guitar synths.

    UTILIZATION

    How to say chuis love ... So you say love is blind, how to be impartial in my opinion?? The fact is is that the is excellent on many points that were essential to me. We have everything at hand and easily passes from one type to another with his direct mixes easily

    The only downside for me who played little on power, the weight of this type of solid body guitar

    SOUNDS

    The acoustic sound is simply stunning if you bother to plug it into a DI box or an acoustic amp.
    The two Seymour Duncan humbuckers (splitable "Single Coil via the switch 5 positions) are great for their incredible range of sounds.
    Finally, the hexa is accurate (ebony) and obviously depending on what you put behind. I myself have a GR 33 I am trying to change to a GR55.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I for three months and I very much useful on stage. I put one-year loan to choose. And I do not regret my choice.
    In addition to a sound "magic" it is beautiful. Very nice ...
    What else if not a wonderful gift for my 50th birthday
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  • guilhem09guilhem09

    Godin LGX-SAPublished on 05/01/13 at 15:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    See manufacturer specs, it's not difficult ...

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is perfect. A thin, close to a LP, but the action is very low. Super easy to play guitar. I play with Elixir and it does. Grave ...

    The MIDI side is always more difficult, you have to play very clean, this is not new, but it is a good exercise ...

    SOUNDS

    Side magnetic pickups, it's great. Great sound, jazz fusion (lowering the tone) and others. It's hot, there is grain. Really happy. Seymour the Jazz are very well job!!

    Piezo side, always the same: average. This is not an acoustic guitar with a condenser microphone jack, but this is normal, do not dream no more!

    MIDI side, I had some worries. A piezo......
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    See manufacturer specs, it's not difficult ...

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is perfect. A thin, close to a LP, but the action is very low. Super easy to play guitar. I play with Elixir and it does. Grave ...

    The MIDI side is always more difficult, you have to play very clean, this is not new, but it is a good exercise ...

    SOUNDS

    Side magnetic pickups, it's great. Great sound, jazz fusion (lowering the tone) and others. It's hot, there is grain. Really happy. Seymour the Jazz are very well job!!

    Piezo side, always the same: average. This is not an acoustic guitar with a condenser microphone jack, but this is normal, do not dream no more!

    MIDI side, I had some worries. A piezo sensor loose, quickly replaced by RMC, but I had to install and reseal myself, and it's hard. But I could go to a luthier. On a good Roland (GR 55), the tracking is good, but you have to play clean. This is not a bad year

    OVERALL OPINION

    The gameplay is terrible. The sound of microphones is great. She really has a soul. MIDI works well subject to play clean. Troubleshoots the piezo or magnetic pickups can add for a little more definition sound.
    Following is a mahogany body and neck, so it sounds, but it weighs four completions dead donkeys! Type LP, and worse. Wide strap VERY essential!

    The violin is top, the neck is perfect for my taste, very precise mechanical.
    GLOBAL ASSESSMENT: fine, except the weight (very) and therefore expensive MIDI sensors RMC priori better in Graphtec. But I recommend ... One alternative: Godin Passion RG-2: MIDI Graphtec, humbuckers, so chambered perhaps less heavy body, but found so far in Europe ...
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  • MGR/Dan "Sir Nothing"MGR/Dan "Sir Nothing"

    Godin LGX-SA

    Godin LGX-SAPublished on 12/20/01 at 15:00
    $1300 + 13 s/h
    Sweetwater.com



    I like EVERYTHING about this guitar. Play, feel, sound, and incredible versitility.

    Seymor Duncan pickups (Jazz II on neck, and custom made on bridge). PLUS peizo pickups on bridge with 13-pin connector for midi synth. So total of 3 !!!! output connections (1. standard electric pickups that go from Jazz to hard and heavy; 2. piezo pickup on bridge that does a pretty good acoustic sound; and 3. 13-pin midi that tracks sooo much better than standard GK-2A -- uses different technique). You can fade from piezo to regular pickups or totally fade either out, then with a GR synth (i have a GR-33) you have total control among ALL three sound sources. Actually......
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    $1300 + 13 s/h
    Sweetwater.com



    I like EVERYTHING about this guitar. Play, feel, sound, and incredible versitility.

    Seymor Duncan pickups (Jazz II on neck, and custom made on bridge). PLUS peizo pickups on bridge with 13-pin connector for midi synth. So total of 3 !!!! output connections (1. standard electric pickups that go from Jazz to hard and heavy; 2. piezo pickup on bridge that does a pretty good acoustic sound; and 3. 13-pin midi that tracks sooo much better than standard GK-2A -- uses different technique). You can fade from piezo to regular pickups or totally fade either out, then with a GR synth (i have a GR-33) you have total control among ALL three sound sources. Actually very easy to use if you're familiar with synth guitars. Plays great, tremelo bar. Wide neck. AND absolutely beautiful. I own a lot of guitars (all the standards -- strat, gibson, rick, etc.) This one is in a class of it's own. I don't know when i'll have enough time to explore all of it's capabilities. Seymore designed the bridge pickup especially for this guitar. They're Canadian made (make Seagull acoustics too -- also incredible instruments). Sweetwater.com (Sean Parr) did me good on this. I'm ellated.

    I'm afraid to play it, touch it, and scatch it, and i don't have time to explore it to it's fullest. :-) I'll get there.

    I just can't nit-pick with this guitar -- it is just a premium boutique guitar that does it all.

    Can it be TOO versitile?? Maybe some might get frustrated -- NOT old school basic and simple (but i do appreciated old school blues -- and many diverse old styles). This guitar still speaks to me like no other. Expensive, but for what you get (about 5 different guitars in one), it's more than worth it -- just as an art piece, it's worth it. Way to go Godin. Go USA !!! but my hats off to these Canadian luthiers.

    Obviously TOP quality, solid and very well balanced. Beautiful top. Excellent feeling electronics (knobs, switches). Very cool tuning peg mechanism (no need to wind strings -- slip in and screw tight, then tune.) Thru body strings -- sustain like you dream of (go 'ave a bite, and you'll still be 'earing that one...).

    This one goes to 11.

    If you want a boutique synth guitar, you should check out the Godins. Even if you want a versitle electric you should check em out. Even if you dream, you check em out.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • MGR/LeeMGR/Lee

    Godin LGX-SA

    Godin LGX-SAPublished on 12/10/01 at 15:00
    I purchased this guitar at Mars for $1400.
    I mainly got this guitar because it had electric and accoustic sounds. Later I bought a VG-8 and a GR-30 to make use of
    the thirteen pin output for Roland midi
    devices.

    Looks:With it's amber flame finish sitting
    next to my PRS with a black flame finish,
    Fantastic. (Hard to believe but I won't be
    looking for another guitar while I have these two.)It has a maple capped mahogeny
    body with a four bolt mahogeny neck with a
    maple capped headstock.
    Playability: Great! It has an ebony fret board and I seem to be able to play it
    better than any other guitar except the PRS



    I've had this guitar for around three years
    and the only thing I could find......
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    I purchased this guitar at Mars for $1400.
    I mainly got this guitar because it had electric and accoustic sounds. Later I bought a VG-8 and a GR-30 to make use of
    the thirteen pin output for Roland midi
    devices.

    Looks:With it's amber flame finish sitting
    next to my PRS with a black flame finish,
    Fantastic. (Hard to believe but I won't be
    looking for another guitar while I have these two.)It has a maple capped mahogeny
    body with a four bolt mahogeny neck with a
    maple capped headstock.
    Playability: Great! It has an ebony fret board and I seem to be able to play it
    better than any other guitar except the PRS



    I've had this guitar for around three years
    and the only thing I could find fault with
    is restringing the lighter strings. It
    restrings from the back like the telecaster and needs a ferrule to run from the back side to the front side. Maybe it could use a
    larger hole on the front side.

    Neck: mahogeny with a maple capped headstock
    Body: mahogeny with a maple capped top
    Pick-ups: two Seymour Duncans
    Controls: five way switch for the magnetic
    pickups. Selects humbucking or single coil.
    Volume and tone for magnetics.
    Volume, bass, mid and treble for accoustic
    pickup (LR Baggs)
    Volume and two selector switches for the
    Roland products.
    Outputs: one quarter inch for magnetic pickups, one quarter inch for combination
    magnetic and accoustic pickup
    one thirteen pin for all three sources

    This is one guitar I couldn't do without.
    I would buy another if something would happen to it.
    When I had a problem with the thirteen cable
    making noise at the output, I emailed Godin
    and they sent me another pc board with the
    output on it for free and with no hassles.
    It was nice dealing with them.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • ZackstanZackstan

    Godin LGX-SAPublished on 05/21/04 at 15:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The LGX-SA is a three voice instrument that produces sounds of electric and acoustic guitars. The output of the transducer bridge the LGX-SA produces six individual signals, one for each string. The LGX has a touch of bne. Manufacturing in Canada only.

    FEATURES
    Mahogany
    Touche bne
    Radius of 40.6 cm (16 in.)
    Pitch of 64.75 cm (25 1 / 2 inch)
    Nut 4.3 cm (1 11/16)
    Mahogany body
    Table in Saddle figurbr /> Seymour Duncan Humbuckers
    Slecteur 5 positions
    Guitar Volume
    Tonalitbr /> Volume synthbr /> Slecteur Program
    Slecteur 3 positions
    Output magntique

    UTILIZATION

    The handle of the LGX is installed in a deep cavity with a precision cutting edge industry. This is......
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    The LGX-SA is a three voice instrument that produces sounds of electric and acoustic guitars. The output of the transducer bridge the LGX-SA produces six individual signals, one for each string. The LGX has a touch of bne. Manufacturing in Canada only.

    FEATURES
    Mahogany
    Touche bne
    Radius of 40.6 cm (16 in.)
    Pitch of 64.75 cm (25 1 / 2 inch)
    Nut 4.3 cm (1 11/16)
    Mahogany body
    Table in Saddle figurbr /> Seymour Duncan Humbuckers
    Slecteur 5 positions
    Guitar Volume
    Tonalitbr /> Volume synthbr /> Slecteur Program
    Slecteur 3 positions
    Output magntique

    UTILIZATION

    The handle of the LGX is installed in a deep cavity with a precision cutting edge industry. This is of importance in your exact sound of the instrument, she Determines the optimum angle for better intonation of the handle, in addition to ensuring a smooth transfer of vibration between neck and body . All the careful fit and finish gives an acoustic guitar suprieure capacity and ensures extraordinary sound.

    It has everything a great ............. This is a great

    SOUNDS

    First and foremost, this type of guitar has to possder excellent acoustic sound. These instruments, when not connected, produce may not be a sound volume lev but do not mprenez. The weight and density of the wood used the quality and type of fixing the handle to the body of the instrument, the choice of the bridge and the nut all have a significant impact on the final rendering. The next time you are in a pice silent, surrounded by electric guitars, scrape a few chords while laying your ear on the body of the instrument. It is this sound to be amplified by the sensors.

    Body and sleeves in Saddle RALIS drive from northeastern Canada. The drive shafts Saddle possdent several advantages, as the first to offer an excellent rponse in the high frequencies and for the hard amliorer sustained notes. Another advantage RSID remarkable stability in the sleeves that can provide

    OVERALL OPINION

    The rich sound of the mahogany tables in the remarkable figure as well as the Saddle intgration harmonious best electronic components The elements are the basis of this guitar. It is beautifully finished in hand, she is as comfortable and attractive.
    I use it for 8 years and really DIFFERENT styles, sound, comfort and beauty polyvalenve the instrument I have never made default. For reasons I have to spare financires. Acteul its price in stores is 2000
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  • trapagregtrapagreg

    Godin LGX-SAPublished on 10/16/07 at 01:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Dja mention

    UTILIZATION

    Incredibly, before that I had a Godin SD guitar s'avre be an instrument of good quality but the trs LGXT is simply fabulous. To get a good sound should simply connect.

    SOUNDS

    Ali Farka Toure kzia jones, mthny, you get incredible sound, the sound does not Systm the sound of an acoustic-electric guitar, but it is a hybrid that's me be much better.
    Trs good versatility, microphones s.duncan t have chosen well.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one month and I confess that I is not found his weak point.
    I would do is choosing without problem. ...
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    Dja mention

    UTILIZATION

    Incredibly, before that I had a Godin SD guitar s'avre be an instrument of good quality but the trs LGXT is simply fabulous. To get a good sound should simply connect.

    SOUNDS

    Ali Farka Toure kzia jones, mthny, you get incredible sound, the sound does not Systm the sound of an acoustic-electric guitar, but it is a hybrid that's me be much better.
    Trs good versatility, microphones s.duncan t have chosen well.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for one month and I confess that I is not found his weak point.
    I would do is choosing without problem.
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  • felix31felix31

    Godin LGX-SAPublished on 05/27/08 at 01:01
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Idem previous opinion

    UTILIZATION

    Round a little wider than most solid body electric guitars, flat button. Thanks to the ergonomics and the profile of the handle, the result is amazing: perfect playability in all styles (pick, finger style ...)
    The cominaison separate settings for 3-way provides any sound and fits all styles and all the amps.

    SOUNDS

    All sounds are excellent. It is certainly the most versatile guitar on the market, with high precision both in the clear with the large saturation

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two years without finding any fault;
    The price seems high but this must the quality / price is great especially for the occasion. ...
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    Idem previous opinion

    UTILIZATION

    Round a little wider than most solid body electric guitars, flat button. Thanks to the ergonomics and the profile of the handle, the result is amazing: perfect playability in all styles (pick, finger style ...)
    The cominaison separate settings for 3-way provides any sound and fits all styles and all the amps.

    SOUNDS

    All sounds are excellent. It is certainly the most versatile guitar on the market, with high precision both in the clear with the large saturation

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two years without finding any fault;
    The price seems high but this must the quality / price is great especially for the occasion.
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  • AlyvestAlyvest

    Godin LGX-SAPublished on 05/16/09 at 05:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Canada 22 boxes - Seymour Duncan Seymour Duncan selected by him even: A Jazz humbucker in the neck position and a Custom Custom in bridge (modified to better fit the instrument).  5 position selector: Humbucker bridge Micro simple easel The two humbuckers Micro single in the neck position Humbucker in the neck position Otherwise, it has 6 piezo sensors integated into the bridge which supply signal for the separate 13 pin synth and acoustic outputsIt has a volume and a tone for the electric pickups, separate controls for the piezo pre-amp (volume, bass, mid, treble) and a synth volume. a 3 way switch for determining the synth /......
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    Made in Canada 22 boxes - Seymour Duncan Seymour Duncan selected by him even: A Jazz humbucker in the neck position and a Custom Custom in bridge (modified to better fit the instrument).  5 position selector: Humbucker bridge Micro simple easel The two humbuckers Micro single in the neck position Humbucker in the neck position Otherwise, it has 6 piezo sensors integated into the bridge which supply signal for the separate 13 pin synth and acoustic outputsIt has a volume and a tone for the electric pickups, separate controls for the piezo pre-amp (volume, bass, mid, treble) and a synth volume. a 3 way switch for determining the synth / electric / mix and 2 way switch for selecting synth voice (patch). The neck is a screw type.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is wide enough. It looks like the handle of a Folk.
    But who loves me for the sleeves, I find myself even when, as it is not fed.
    It is surprising to beginners, but it is enjoyable to play trs.

    Access in acute trs is good. the pan shot is student.

    The guitar is very well balance. It is moderately heavy wood of the guitar.

    All configurations possible in microphones, and good quality wood trs trs quickly make you get a good sound trs.

    SOUNDS

    Dj excellent stringed instrument of the fact that empty (without amp) this guitar sounds good dj. After a few hours of testing, I realize this impressive panel of this guitar. With the humbucker bridge position (the custom custom modified), we obtain good saturation of trs: bass, an impressive substain all without losing precision. Also you can switch to single coil and it is close to the distortions of stratocaster. In clean, it's the slap. Indeed, we can play on the micro diffrent config to get a warm sound, mieleux, or keep a crystal clear sound. But the big advantage is the piezo sensor, just give a touch to his sound. It's really standard! I tried it on my ADA MP1 with rglages Varis from its normal clean, lightweight and super compress the crunch, until a saturation dmoniaque, and in all cases, the LGX's does not flinch: it restores no problem!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a week now.
    Tt is still, but I realize that the violin is excellent.

    Compare my Les Paul or my tlcaster, where we have a PERIOD to adapt to the apprhender bte, l After a few hours of play is the guitar that fits our DSIR.

    The problem as to find it, because it is no longer in new left-handed, and even on occasion, it is difficult to find.
    It also has I jump at the chance to be Submitted me.

    I do not regret my choice, on the contrary. This is an exceptional instrument!
    And in 1200 on the market opportunity, given the quality of the guitar is really good.
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