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STC-Shaped Guitar from Lâg .

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  • greenkorngreenkorn

    Lâg Hotline RK1Published on 11/23/04 at 12:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar factory in Japan, 1 Duncan Designed shr1 in neck and a Duncan Designed bridge in sh4. 24 Frets, Floyd lag, slecteur 5 position and one volume knob.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable trs. C'st a guitar made for metalheads. Access in acute trs Easy form. This is a guitar and trs trslgre well balance. She has a great sound.

    SOUNDS

    Given the microphones of the bte, it is destined for the metal. Because of its shape and also handle. It's a gnial!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had a few months and I exchange against a Fender. I should not have! Super enjoyable to play and his death (even if the Designed).

    I would do if I liked this choice Floyds. I advise all mtal…
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    Guitar factory in Japan, 1 Duncan Designed shr1 in neck and a Duncan Designed bridge in sh4. 24 Frets, Floyd lag, slecteur 5 position and one volume knob.

    UTILIZATION

    The handle is enjoyable trs. C'st a guitar made for metalheads. Access in acute trs Easy form. This is a guitar and trs trslgre well balance. She has a great sound.

    SOUNDS

    Given the microphones of the bte, it is destined for the metal. Because of its shape and also handle. It's a gnial!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I had a few months and I exchange against a Fender. I should not have! Super enjoyable to play and his death (even if the Designed).

    I would do if I liked this choice Floyds. I advise all mtalleux jackson fan but can not afford.
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  • R4gtlR4gtl

    Lâg Hotline RK1Published on 05/27/05 at 12:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - In what country is it made? (United States, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
    - How many frets, what kind of pickups it has?
    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
    - What are the controls (Volume, pickup selector...)?
    - What kind of bridge it has?

    Not in France. Japan or China.
    I have the first produced version outside the hexagon.
    It has 3 pickups Seymour Duncan Designed (1 double and 2 single). The simplest are slightly bent.
    The neck has 22 frets, and it is very thin.
    The selector has five positions.
    The bridge is a Wilkinson vibrato (as many batement a Floyd, but without locking the strings).

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super nice. I do have small hands, and…
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    - In what country is it made? (United States, Japan, Mexico, France ...)
    - How many frets, what kind of pickups it has?
    - What type of bridge (Floyd, Wilkinson ...)?
    - What are the controls (Volume, pickup selector...)?
    - What kind of bridge it has?

    Not in France. Japan or China.
    I have the first produced version outside the hexagon.
    It has 3 pickups Seymour Duncan Designed (1 double and 2 single). The simplest are slightly bent.
    The neck has 22 frets, and it is very thin.
    The selector has five positions.
    The bridge is a Wilkinson vibrato (as many batement a Floyd, but without locking the strings).

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super nice. I do have small hands, and the smoothness of the handle so I quite useful. on the other hand, it is even qd adapt.
    The Strat-shaped body being, access to acute pose no problems.
    The guitar is very light and rather well balanced.
    Whatever the microphone, the sound is good. The volume being perfectly set between each microphone.
    The pickups are fairly simple neutral, typical of a stratum. The double has a lot of potatoes.
    For cons, the Wilkinson vibrato particularly disappointed me.
    It is quite difficult to adjust the tuning, and if ever they dare to use the vibrato (it moves as much as a Floyd), the tuning is a remake. on the other hand, if the vibrato is not used, the tuning is long enough.

    SOUNDS

    I play many styles, from blues to metal, and it follows without pleindre.
    In the neck position, the sound is pretty blues. Bridge position, it is the very metal.
    The center position is rarely used.
    In addition, the guitar has a lot of sustain.

    I play on a Crate 60w and a multi-purpose GX700. So everything is possible.

    OVERALL OPINION

    It's been six months that I have this guitar.
    Bought on Ebay for 160, I made a great deal.
    I tried a lot of guitar, and the one for me particularly. The only one that would surpass the Lag is Roxanne, but it is not the same budget.

    If I had the choice again, I'll take Floyd version, or with a standard vibrato. The wilkilson does not suit me, but I do not sell it.
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  • lelex2008lelex2008

    Lâg Hotline RK1Published on 12/20/08 at 23:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    made in korea
    22 frets
    2 simple double duncan
    Vibratto wilkinson
    5 mics selectors
    round end

    UTILIZATION

    Channel to run because I have big fingers
    access to acute nickel
    marshall sound with the distortion in top! Vibratto wilkinson well but retunes on.
    well balanced
    its clear solo blues really well, a little flat to accompany a folk hard to find a clear tone and amp settings important but I just acoustic guitar so ...

    SOUNDS

    Support of top rock and metal at top! on flat or accompanying folk ballad!
    very good progressive, not difficult to find happiness,
    with the marshall 80W to repeat as a group and 15 watt amp for home vantage.
    I tried on Su…
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    made in korea
    22 frets
    2 simple double duncan
    Vibratto wilkinson
    5 mics selectors
    round end

    UTILIZATION

    Channel to run because I have big fingers
    access to acute nickel
    marshall sound with the distortion in top! Vibratto wilkinson well but retunes on.
    well balanced
    its clear solo blues really well, a little flat to accompany a folk hard to find a clear tone and amp settings important but I just acoustic guitar so ...

    SOUNDS

    Support of top rock and metal at top! on flat or accompanying folk ballad!
    very good progressive, not difficult to find happiness,
    with the marshall 80W to repeat as a group and 15 watt amp for home vantage.
    I tried on Supporting people funk fender amp, its too tiring for the other crystal, it prefers its fat, crunch, or by lowering clear but really low ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    2 months of use, I did not really see the big flaw
    I think I can keep him for a while before finding a replacement.
    big least, if you do a song with vibrato, you have to retune almost immediately.
    I just acoustic guitar and c my first election. and happiness at the sound and the room for improvement, value for money + + +
    I tried an ESP mp 200 to 1000 euros, an Ibanez RG 550 to 600 euros, and a few others I found that to 180 euros, used and new row since 2002 in its box (ah guitarists christmas. ..)
    I do it again this choice with his eyes closed
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  • matteorealmatteoreal

    Lâg Hotline RK1Published on 03/20/09 at 16:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Health stratocaster
    - 22 frets, Seymour Duncan pickups (2 single and a double)
    - Floating Bridge Wilkinson
    - Volume and tone knobs, selector pickups with 5 position
    - Mechanical oil bath lag

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very comfortable with very easy access to acute. What happiness!
    No need to tweak to get a good sound.
    Very good ergonomics.

    SOUNDS

    Very versatile guitar, the 4 microphones offer a range of sounds. It will sound good blues, jazz and even deep inside the micro serious, sounds more incisive, rock, funk, and very strong with the dual microphone for a big popping sound (métal. ..). Even in its clear it does.
    I played a lot of amps, including a pre-amp…
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    - Health stratocaster
    - 22 frets, Seymour Duncan pickups (2 single and a double)
    - Floating Bridge Wilkinson
    - Volume and tone knobs, selector pickups with 5 position
    - Mechanical oil bath lag

    UTILIZATION

    Handle very comfortable with very easy access to acute. What happiness!
    No need to tweak to get a good sound.
    Very good ergonomics.

    SOUNDS

    Very versatile guitar, the 4 microphones offer a range of sounds. It will sound good blues, jazz and even deep inside the micro serious, sounds more incisive, rock, funk, and very strong with the dual microphone for a big popping sound (métal. ..). Even in its clear it does.
    I played a lot of amps, including a pre-amp mesa boogie when I had a really fucking her, but even on small amp it sounds great unpretentious thanks to Seymour.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it now about 8 years. It is great to play rock, blues, metal, very versatile. Excellent value for money. His weak point is the bridge that is not terrible vibrato but hey I use it so I regret nothing.
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