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Other Shape Guitar from Lâg belonging to the Collection series.

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  • paggilpaggil

    Lag Collection V2S

    Lâg CollectionPublished on 10/20/11 at 01:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Channel 22 frets diapason type fender (see a little longer).
    Made in France, mache box and ash (I think) because I did not sue intelligence that guitar. Equipped with two simple micro EMG neck and middle and a double bridge position EMG. Vibrato Kahller States. Palisandre medium fret button. Sunburst lacquer finish lightweight transparent red revealing the wood grain of the most beautiful effect.
    A single volume control, no tone knob and a micro on / off.
    Active Electronics (EMG).

    UTILIZATION

    Guitar made on demand (Custom made). No. 231. It is not even referenced in LAG. Nothing to say about the ergonomics comfortable playing at the top. The sound is very typical .... EMG. …
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    Channel 22 frets diapason type fender (see a little longer).
    Made in France, mache box and ash (I think) because I did not sue intelligence that guitar. Equipped with two simple micro EMG neck and middle and a double bridge position EMG. Vibrato Kahller States. Palisandre medium fret button. Sunburst lacquer finish lightweight transparent red revealing the wood grain of the most beautiful effect.
    A single volume control, no tone knob and a micro on / off.
    Active Electronics (EMG).

    UTILIZATION

    Guitar made on demand (Custom made). No. 231. It is not even referenced in LAG. Nothing to say about the ergonomics comfortable playing at the top. The sound is very typical .... EMG. Normal in all or nothing, the choice of microphone by the selector gives the sound. In plain or saturated, it sends. Plugged into an amp or rack, its rings. To listen on You tube "paggil - recreation."
    Well, after, is like the Son EMG ... The heel of the neck gene just access to the latest boxes but nothing more than a Start.

    SOUNDS

    I play Blues Junior or Roland JC77, and I like the rendering. Even empty, it sounds (guarantee of a good guitar). JOperation little vibrato that is very comfortable. It is equipped with rope blocks.

    OVERALL OPINION

    This is a guitar that does not move, I've had it for... 23 years, no problem with tuning or woods.
    At the time, too expensive for a student, very upscale. At the time, with LAG, this is a guitar maker's guitar. The contrast was striking compared to the old Ibanez I had. Even today it remains an exceptional guitar. all guitarists who saw it or tried it share the same view.
    Small shortcomings: a very selective sound, and bends pretty tight because of the tuning fork. Vibrato, which causes the breaking of strings if you bend over one tone and a half.
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  • Flash90Flash90

    Lâg CollectionPublished on 07/18/06 at 07:42
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar bought in France
    22 frets, EMG SA/SA/85 micro,
    Pink Floyd type bridge,
    One volume knob, four slecteurs (1 for each pickup plus a solo for 85)
    Bne button.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel ultrathin, trs really enjoyable.
    Accs in acute optimum.
    Guitar trs balance.
    It sounds alone, but to get out the best when it takes a few searches for the same above 85.

    SOUNDS

    It's perfect for blues, rock but not for the metal.
    I use a Marshall JMP Artist (orange) with an Ibanez Tube King and a Crybaby (Vox).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for four years, what is the most j'aprcie the handle and the microphone SA serious, either plain or distortion.
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    Guitar bought in France
    22 frets, EMG SA/SA/85 micro,
    Pink Floyd type bridge,
    One volume knob, four slecteurs (1 for each pickup plus a solo for 85)
    Bne button.

    UTILIZATION

    Channel ultrathin, trs really enjoyable.
    Accs in acute optimum.
    Guitar trs balance.
    It sounds alone, but to get out the best when it takes a few searches for the same above 85.

    SOUNDS

    It's perfect for blues, rock but not for the metal.
    I use a Marshall JMP Artist (orange) with an Ibanez Tube King and a Crybaby (Vox).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for four years, what is the most j'aprcie the handle and the microphone SA serious, either plain or distortion.
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