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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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nitro44 nitro44
Publié le 01/11/07 à 05:05
Value For Money : Excellent
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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