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Lâg Jet Standard JS200
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Lâg Jet Standard JS200

Other Shape Guitar from Lâg belonging to the Jet 200 series

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Audience: Beginners
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Good for beginners

Lâg Jet Standard JS200Published on 09/10/13 at 15:38
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar that looks good, the original look that I ordered on the internet about 10 years ago, made in China. Mine is orange.
Handle very fine kind Ibanez, 24 boxes. on the other hand, it did not make the effort to look beautiful wood fibers for the manufacture of the handle, good at the same time is the entry level. The key is very worn, rosewood used was not the best quality either.
1 pickup hambucker alnico V type and two single coil, 5-way switch, volume control and tone control. She was supposed to have a split on the volume button to switch the hambucker single. I wrote a letter of complaint to the head office in the south of France, he sent me the splittable knob and a condo in...…
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Guitar that looks good, the original look that I ordered on the internet about 10 years ago, made in China. Mine is orange.
Handle very fine kind Ibanez, 24 boxes. on the other hand, it did not make the effort to look beautiful wood fibers for the manufacture of the handle, good at the same time is the entry level. The key is very worn, rosewood used was not the best quality either.
1 pickup hambucker alnico V type and two single coil, 5-way switch, volume control and tone control. She was supposed to have a split on the volume button to switch the hambucker single. I wrote a letter of complaint to the head office in the south of France, he sent me the splittable knob and a condo in the mail. A good place to Lag!
The body is basswood, it's basic.
I bought it to begin electric, although I do now is more, she still served me well.
I have since replaced the 5 way selector, with all the sweat that flowed over him ... I put a Schaller in middle position that combines the neck pickup and the bridge pickup, I discovered new sounds.
I would have to revise it completely, repeat all welds, it has suffered over time. The patent seems very fragile, she farts all over the body, some I do not even know how they appeared. The woods at the back of the handle is marked as the wood is too soft in my opinion.

UTILIZATION

Very good ergonomics, it is rather light.
Access to acute is a real treat on this guitar

SOUNDS

Overall pretty decent considering the price, it's a pretty versatile guitar. Well, do not compare us with a strat for sure.

OVERALL OPINION

I no longer use it too, I'd replace it with a Fender Strat, the Lag has perfectly fulfilled its mission, teach me to play.
A purchase that I obviously do not wish to start and for the price it's pretty good.
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  • Manufacturer: Lâg
  • Model: Jet Standard JS200
  • Series: Jet 200
  • Category: Other Shape Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 11/16/2006

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Other names: jetstandardjs200, jet standard js 200

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