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Lâg Jet Matt Design JM200
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Lâg Jet Matt Design JM200

Other Shape Guitar from Lâg belonging to the Jet 200 series.

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francky 24francky 24

Happy little skyscraper

Lâg Jet Matt Design JM200Published on 02/16/14 at 05:26
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
French manufacture, handle c, EMG: 2 single and 1 double splitable

UTILIZATION

Guitar very lightweight and well balanced, very nice handle without access to acute problems, versatile sonic palette with EMG its clean to saturated

SOUNDS

any sound style except perhaps the big sound metal (I do not practice)

OVERALL OPINION

I use this guitar since 2007, I have a fender strato, a godin XTSA which are certainly much better but I do not would separate me from my lag on the one hand for its ultra ligth weight, I love the handle and its micro emg that are particular.
Guitar buy 2007 400 euros, value for money very correct for entry level. I think we find it less expensive today but......
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French manufacture, handle c, EMG: 2 single and 1 double splitable

UTILIZATION

Guitar very lightweight and well balanced, very nice handle without access to acute problems, versatile sonic palette with EMG its clean to saturated

SOUNDS

any sound style except perhaps the big sound metal (I do not practice)

OVERALL OPINION

I use this guitar since 2007, I have a fender strato, a godin XTSA which are certainly much better but I do not would separate me from my lag on the one hand for its ultra ligth weight, I love the handle and its micro emg that are particular.
Guitar buy 2007 400 euros, value for money very correct for entry level. I think we find it less expensive today but without micro emg I do not know if my opinion would be favorable.
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nitro44nitro44

Lâg Jet Matt Design JM200Published on 01/11/07 at 05:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Achatée-390 as new end of stock
-I think I made encorée
-24 Frets
Config-type fender pickups with two single and one double spittable (bridge) EMG-HZ (ceramic)
Wilkinson vintage easel 6vis fixing rod pluggée
-1volume, 1tonalité push-pull, a selector 5positions
-Adjustment rod handle two-way
-Ebony fingerboard, maple neck
Very flat-radius
Body-Solid Alder
Protecion brushed aluminum plate (plated on plastoc)
-Mechanical oil bath

UTILIZATION

Round-brilliant, super flat and thin, a joy if you like, flatter than a Fender
-Good access to acute, but perhaps lack of precision
Super-light webbing and sitting

SOUNDS

-Very versatile
-Played on fender rock pro......
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Achatée-390 as new end of stock
-I think I made encorée
-24 Frets
Config-type fender pickups with two single and one double spittable (bridge) EMG-HZ (ceramic)
Wilkinson vintage easel 6vis fixing rod pluggée
-1volume, 1tonalité push-pull, a selector 5positions
-Adjustment rod handle two-way
-Ebony fingerboard, maple neck
Very flat-radius
Body-Solid Alder
Protecion brushed aluminum plate (plated on plastoc)
-Mechanical oil bath

UTILIZATION

Round-brilliant, super flat and thin, a joy if you like, flatter than a Fender
-Good access to acute, but perhaps lack of precision
Super-light webbing and sitting

SOUNDS

-Very versatile
-Played on fender rock pro 1000
-Almost all sounds possible, powerful enough (ceramic pickups) sounds like strato without attempting to compete in the high-end
with more side nag

OVERALL OPINION

-For a year
I do it again the choice, excellent price / quality ratio
-I tried ibanez sz, strato fender american highway and, epiphone lp
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slyslyslysly

Lâg Jet Matt Design JM200Published on 08/10/08 at 09:57
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar made in china (I think lag was bought by the Chinese)
24 cases
ebony fingerboard (very pleasant)
24 cases easily accessible
emg hz micro ssh
push-pull with the tonalite
Start vibrato type (different because the stem does not screw, but growing)
handle it fairly flat reminiscent of a japanese brand

UTILIZATION

The potentiometers are doing their job
Despite the prejudices that may have on EMG (obviously is not the 81 and 85)
I would say that the sound is clear and precise drive

SOUNDS

I'll try to be objective
I play with a Peavey ValveKing 112
we get a good sound quickly
clear sound velvety, bright with a little more brightness (I have a weakness for......
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Guitar made in china (I think lag was bought by the Chinese)
24 cases
ebony fingerboard (very pleasant)
24 cases easily accessible
emg hz micro ssh
push-pull with the tonalite
Start vibrato type (different because the stem does not screw, but growing)
handle it fairly flat reminiscent of a japanese brand

UTILIZATION

The potentiometers are doing their job
Despite the prejudices that may have on EMG (obviously is not the 81 and 85)
I would say that the sound is clear and precise drive

SOUNDS

I'll try to be objective
I play with a Peavey ValveKing 112
we get a good sound quickly
clear sound velvety, bright with a little more brightness (I have a weakness for the middle)
She tolerates the crunch
+ gain by pushing the micro bridge was potato

OVERALL OPINION

Despite all the good things said above is a guitar that does not fit me
I had a little trouble me to handle (too thin for my taste)
I also play on the strat soapbar paul
I had a crush on this guitar (it can not be discussed)
value for money in the average
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BrainbusterBrainbuster

Lâg Jet Matt Design JM200Published on 12/21/08 at 16:51
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Guitar Factory in China, the small pellet silver affixes the rear of the guitar shows that, yes, a guitar 360. But it may be the only brand as the quality is incredible ...
It is a skyscraper that is light weight, small size, a little the temper of a Musicman base. The 24 fret neck is ultra thin, may be more than one stratum to tell you.
Micro level, has the heavy sends, 2 single and a humbucker EMG is very sturdy like his, and a quality rarely achieved in this price range.
Wilkinson bridge, classical in this price range may be the only black spot, he quickly drgle using vibrato, a recess is not a floyd.
1 Volume and 1 Tone who is also split the humbucker to pull off. Slecteur of......
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Guitar Factory in China, the small pellet silver affixes the rear of the guitar shows that, yes, a guitar 360. But it may be the only brand as the quality is incredible ...
It is a skyscraper that is light weight, small size, a little the temper of a Musicman base. The 24 fret neck is ultra thin, may be more than one stratum to tell you.
Micro level, has the heavy sends, 2 single and a humbucker EMG is very sturdy like his, and a quality rarely achieved in this price range.
Wilkinson bridge, classical in this price range may be the only black spot, he quickly drgle using vibrato, a recess is not a floyd.
1 Volume and 1 Tone who is also split the humbucker to pull off. Slecteur of stratum 5 position for the pickups.
Solid alder body, matt lacquer, brushed aluminum pickguard that gives pleasure to see.

UTILIZATION

The neck is incredibly thin, probably more than a stratovolcano. No more cramps on some arpges slave, there's little space between the frets and strings, and everything sounds just the hair, and yet it is like saying I'm nitpicking at Hertz. I had never seen such a price.
Accs the treble can not be simpler, guitar balance the little hair.

To note, I stoop down to 9 just because the finish a little rapper at the end of the freight and I catch up with a little bit of sandpaper ... It's a shame but hey, less than 500 expected, and it is not well mchant.

SOUNDS

His question? Fuck it's heavy. Good for the vintage, better go for the ct LG JV JM Plutt that because the EMG are nags. Finally in style, and it passes with a quality that I can not even find on Squier Master Series and more than 500 teams of Duncan Design. Ideal for everything from grunge to jazz. I'm on the Behind.
I play with an amp Rocktron Rampage quality is satisfactory enough, I sort of touching his good AC / DC or Red Hot. I had the opportunity to try a Squier Stratocaster body in the same price range on the same amp, it's not even worth comparing, Lg sets the bar really high.

Listen for any single branch live without effect http://www.myspace.com/vapeurselectriques on the song "Where Were You."

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a short week due to approximately 4 hours per day, she has no time to cool.
I tried lots of guitars with my amp for that matter, before throwing on my dvolu Lg. C'tait just my favorite of the beginning and in April was justified. I test Squiers, of Cort (what me ***), a line6, I even contemplated a Fender Mexico, but impossible to have a skyscraper as powerful as this one among competitors, m aligning me 200 more.
The only little is BMOL Deburring edges of some freight that I had to make me even to fine sandpaper ... made in china ...
If c'tait again? The question does not even, it is the <span style="text-decoration: underline;">best</span> start type of guitar View Categories - 500.
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  • Manufacturer: Lâg
  • Model: Jet Matt Design JM200
  • Series: Jet 200
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/16/2006

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