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  • vigoovigoo

    Lâg MG 100Published on 06/06/05 at 14:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Manufactured in Asia (I know what desolated country ... and I have not at hand for the Verifi) but Lag is a French brand, it's been fun.
    22 frets, 2 single coil and double easel
    ola ...
    A volume knob and two tonalitbr /> handle maple, not the type bomb bcp as Fender, who prefer yen.

    USE

    Handle very pleasant and easy, the strings are ready and handle everything goes nikel, access to acute is easy, not 28, so no problem boxes ...
    Stratocaster, classic and effective, not too heavy (one strap has already pt anyway, finally it was the *****)
    The sound of the amp depends recess but with all the Possible Settings can always find what you want

    SONORITS

    I play rock ppere mainly…
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    Manufactured in Asia (I know what desolated country ... and I have not at hand for the Verifi) but Lag is a French brand, it's been fun.
    22 frets, 2 single coil and double easel
    ola ...
    A volume knob and two tonalitbr /> handle maple, not the type bomb bcp as Fender, who prefer yen.

    USE

    Handle very pleasant and easy, the strings are ready and handle everything goes nikel, access to acute is easy, not 28, so no problem boxes ...
    Stratocaster, classic and effective, not too heavy (one strap has already pt anyway, finally it was the *****)
    The sound of the amp depends recess but with all the Possible Settings can always find what you want

    SONORITS

    I play rock ppere mainly quiet and AC passes, the humbucker allows a sound a little more MUSCL for grunch or punk for example, for metal I do not really know ...
    I have a lil amp Coxx 60Watt with a Big Muff, and sometimes I boss throws a multi-effect and it sounds great, with all Possible Settings faudrai to have no finger to not find a good sound you like. This guitar is very versatile, double davoir makes a big sound and easy handle sound very sweet, crystalline.
    The only middle pickup is a little sound ... like say ... neutral. Personally I never puts the only tjs with double or neck pickup, the sound becomes more homogeneous. I love the double in acute fishing it a little but generally all is well

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    It has been nearly a year since I have. Before I played on a Fender stratacoustique, well, when we pass a folk has an electric one is fun, especially a guitar like MG100 lag is very versatile, can be even more than a standard strat because of a humbucker. I test several model in the same price range as Squiers, well this guitar dominates widely, the price-quality ratio is very good. I intended to change scratch but I will still keep a moment I think, because I was like "Why change guitar?" And it was just to have a fender in addition to the handle it will come .. but this guitar is I think perfect for debuter when you know you might take taste ala muzik and want to continue a little longer without having to disburse yet o after 6 months for another guitar.
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  • victhebigvicthebig

    Great guitar!

    Lâg MG 100Published on 12/19/13 at 22:33
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    I was able to recover this guitar at a neighbor, at first sight a low-end home LAG. I did not like the lag already, because I've tried high end and blah blah ... But then I set the tremolo it is parallel to the body, well frankly, it's great!

    Resonance, sustain the appointment, nice sound - reminiscent, of course, the stratos - but with a little more potato and sustain (it looks better violin).

    Micro are the weak point of the guitar, they are not very powerful, but it n'êmpeche I could burst with me a little in all styles (for metal I would have put in a bridge patator home Gibson 500T genre).

    UTILIZATION

    Nice handle, fast, 009 strings. very easy to play with nice bends wit…
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    I was able to recover this guitar at a neighbor, at first sight a low-end home LAG. I did not like the lag already, because I've tried high end and blah blah ... But then I set the tremolo it is parallel to the body, well frankly, it's great!

    Resonance, sustain the appointment, nice sound - reminiscent, of course, the stratos - but with a little more potato and sustain (it looks better violin).

    Micro are the weak point of the guitar, they are not very powerful, but it n'êmpeche I could burst with me a little in all styles (for metal I would have put in a bridge patator home Gibson 500T genre).

    UTILIZATION

    Nice handle, fast, 009 strings. very easy to play with nice bends without hardly ever go out of tune! Solo is a delight in rhythmic too. I love that twangy sound that vibrates in short ...

    SOUNDS

    I sold body and soul to Gibson for years, but I can only say congratulations to this beautiful skyscraper low-end ^ ^

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the last month strongly that the neighboring forget me hahahah
    The changes include: tremolo changed to a modern fender, bridges Graphtek, nut Graphtek, mechanical self-locking Sperzel, microphones probably a mix Gibson 500T in the bridge, Fender and other high-level output, change all the electronics knobs for CTS .

    That said, we have before us a very good guitar from the start!
    Hat Lag
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  • benj86benj86

    Lâg MG 100Published on 02/09/05 at 05:59
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    Beautiful guitar style stratocaster. 2 colors: brown sugar (it's close to sunburst), and black. Me, I opt for the brown sugar, reminds me of a Fender!
    This is a guitar Franaise design, but manufactured in Asia. If you want the same kind of guitar with a manufacturing Franaise, see the Morgan prestige (10 times more !!!).
    Guitar 21 frets, 2 pickups single and a double, two knobs and a Tone volume slecteur microphone 5-position, in short all the CHARACTERISTICS of the stratum. It is mounted with Elixir strings (made fun !!!!).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is fine and enjoyable though, wood is smooth.
    CHAC is easy to acute (normal is a Start)
    I find it a bit heavy, but I'm not use…
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    Beautiful guitar style stratocaster. 2 colors: brown sugar (it's close to sunburst), and black. Me, I opt for the brown sugar, reminds me of a Fender!
    This is a guitar Franaise design, but manufactured in Asia. If you want the same kind of guitar with a manufacturing Franaise, see the Morgan prestige (10 times more !!!).
    Guitar 21 frets, 2 pickups single and a double, two knobs and a Tone volume slecteur microphone 5-position, in short all the CHARACTERISTICS of the stratum. It is mounted with Elixir strings (made fun !!!!).

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is fine and enjoyable though, wood is smooth.
    CHAC is easy to acute (normal is a Start)
    I find it a bit heavy, but I'm not used these guitars. Anyway that's it bearable!
    The sound is gnial: trs snapping in the high and magnificent in the bass (thank you to the Elixir strings !!!). With a chorus and some reverb, it's like I was the prfre: the sound becomes magical.
    2 small problem: the nut (very average) and vibrato (which dsacorde !!!!) remove it!

    SOUNDS

    This guitar has nothing to do with my style of music (I play the heavy plutt), but I wanted to change. But ballads, arpges, agreements and sounds pretty slamming, this guitar is really good.
    I played on a pretty average amp (a Kustom 15 W), short of an apartment without amp.
    Sounds like, I love the natural or chorus. I do not use it in distortion, but is versatile trs. It supports trs well distortion.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Guitar trs beautiful, versatile trs, trs affordable: the low end of LAG. And a low-end, I can tell you that it provides! The report price is unbeatable quality (300). So forget the Jim Harley, the Squier, the Cort and other brands (except Fender !!!!)! I can advise to beginners, but even more guitarists who do not express too dpenser also find their happiness! This is a mini Fender for me! Enjoy ...
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  • rhum1rockrhum1rock

    Lâg MG 100Published on 09/30/05 at 01:20
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    Guitar Designed in France, manufactured in Asia, two microphones over a simple double, 22 frets, 5 position selector, one volume and two Tone ... of a conventional type strat!

    UTILIZATION

    This is my first electric guitar ... and it is impeccable! The handle is enjoyable, it is not too heavy (at least for me ...), agreements pass without forcing, the highs are available ... no complaints!

    SOUNDS

    Playing mainly saturated bridge pickup I use a lot that provides really ... for punk, metal and even rock of the 70 nickel ... other good microphone is not too saturated to ask them ... In gre clean it really well too! I play on a Marshall MG10, but I had the opportunity to play…
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    Guitar Designed in France, manufactured in Asia, two microphones over a simple double, 22 frets, 5 position selector, one volume and two Tone ... of a conventional type strat!

    UTILIZATION

    This is my first electric guitar ... and it is impeccable! The handle is enjoyable, it is not too heavy (at least for me ...), agreements pass without forcing, the highs are available ... no complaints!

    SOUNDS

    Playing mainly saturated bridge pickup I use a lot that provides really ... for punk, metal and even rock of the 70 nickel ... other good microphone is not too saturated to ask them ... In gre clean it really well too! I play on a Marshall MG10, but I had the opportunity to play on a nickel frankly MG100 and ben!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for over a year and a 230 I think it's better to have dr! Before I DCID I test a stagg, an Ibanez, a storm ... I think I'm the right choice! Exclente guitar for beginners, Polyval, enjoyable ... A guitar that I will never sell all that by changing the pickups, I think it can devenire a true guitar pro!
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  • dmondmon

    Lâg MG 100Published on 11/27/06 at 00:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    For specifications see other opinions: they all said

    UTILIZATION

    Channel fast and very pleasant.
    Easy access to acute.
    not heavy

    SOUNDS

    I play with a blue R30 HG edition, nothing to say.
    the pickups are very nice simple clean sound.
    the bouble very suitable for funk pop / rock and hard (I do not metal)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love it because it is really going anywhere (without being derogatory!) With good sound quality overall.
    In addition it has a very good look.
    Really above the others squier, coxx ... in the same price range.
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    For specifications see other opinions: they all said

    UTILIZATION

    Channel fast and very pleasant.
    Easy access to acute.
    not heavy

    SOUNDS

    I play with a blue R30 HG edition, nothing to say.
    the pickups are very nice simple clean sound.
    the bouble very suitable for funk pop / rock and hard (I do not metal)

    OVERALL OPINION

    I love it because it is really going anywhere (without being derogatory!) With good sound quality overall.
    In addition it has a very good look.
    Really above the others squier, coxx ... in the same price range.
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