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Lâg RX 100
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Lâg RX 100

Other Shape Guitar from Lâg belonging to the Electrane series.

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jjeanseb jjeanseb
Publié le 05/25/06 à 04:48
Value For Money : Excellent
I spend CHARACTERISTICS.
ADDITION of 24/05/2006:
For sound, this is a recording of the guitar on a
Marshall MG100DFX (reverb: Alesis microverb3). the sound is authentic, captured by a SM57.
His "ROCK" (guitar volume knob 50%) amp: the "crunch" and background saturation (amp + guitar) for the solo.

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UTILIZATION

I am a regular gibson guitars and very heavy. Premire raction my "want?? they make plastic guitars now??"

SOUNDS

Has no special characters. Its happening everywhere. Trs correct.

OVERALL OPINION

Two months of use, I am always afraid to break it! I feel that it is a fragile instrument. but I am satisfied. it's a good little guitar CHRE not making great service without breaking the bank.
the shaft is too flexible, as I am often a crude scraper is false by attacking too hard. but it's a shame that price, the matrial utiliss are tops.
I put 8 / 10, for the price, the beauty comfort, finish and sound correct. 2 points in less ... I think it is not a reliable guitar, manipulate and play with prcaution.
That's my opinion. it is what it's worth, is to say not much ... a guitar is a personal item, so it tries and it is consistent with self-same as you buy it or not, with the help of its portfolio ....

ADDITION of 24/05/2006
APRS qqes supplmentaires months of practice: the E string is acute dlog frquemment the nut is really a guitar "anti-gross!"
In re: j'conomiserais a little more and I would take a suprieur MODEL!
ca is confirmed ... this guitar is not reliable.
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