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Lâg Arkane Matt Design A100MD

STC-Shaped Guitar from Lâg belonging to the Arkane 100 series

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JohnnyG JohnnyG
Published on 04/08/09 at 13:07
So it's a French brand of guitar made in China.
It owns a 24-fret neck
2 micro double and 1 single
Floyd Rose Licensed
1 volume knob and a 5 position selector tonlité overall

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice for amateur exploits sportico guitar (playing very well very quickly, tapping, sweeping no worries.
You can find a very good all the notes the guitar is not too heavy no worries.
The Floyd performs well once it has stabilized so that the strings "are" when the changes should be moderate and lightly shake the rod vibrato that AC is back up.
With regard to the sound of the pickups did not send the saturation ca ca malma is not versatile.

SOUNDS

One thing about the model that I possess, there is much more serious volume on the microphone and you have to adjust the height.
I also had some problems with the jack oddly attached to the body but it was arranged

OVERALL OPINION

In things that I do not like is that the patent does not want the road.
If you like the soldering iron, do not hesitate to rewire "itself", 2 points are defined mass in the beast so it's not top
The shape of the micro selcteur also encourages caution.

Say that when I painted it will be ruined completely remake me even something more fun and solid.
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