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Lâg Rockline Laser

STC-Shaped Guitar from Lâg belonging to the Rockline series

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Lâg Rockline LaserPublished on 06/26/08 at 01:24
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
French manufacturing
Channel changed due to a broken head, replaced by a handle "Jackson" ebony fingerboard 23 boxes, be nice.
Original bridge type "Gotho" replaced by "Original Floyd Rose" by DNG
Micro Treble: SH4 "Jeff Beck" Seymour Duncan
Micro Medium: ALNICO PRO II Seymour Duncan
Micro Grave: Di Marzio PAF PRO
1 knob volume (split the microphone serious singles)
1 knob tone (split the microphone acute singles)
3 mini selector to choose the microphone.
This is my favorite config regarding the mode of selection of microphones, since all configurations are possible.

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice and very fast.
Good access to acute
This is the "real" wood, a...…
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French manufacturing
Channel changed due to a broken head, replaced by a handle "Jackson" ebony fingerboard 23 boxes, be nice.
Original bridge type "Gotho" replaced by "Original Floyd Rose" by DNG
Micro Treble: SH4 "Jeff Beck" Seymour Duncan
Micro Medium: ALNICO PRO II Seymour Duncan
Micro Grave: Di Marzio PAF PRO
1 knob volume (split the microphone serious singles)
1 knob tone (split the microphone acute singles)
3 mini selector to choose the microphone.
This is my favorite config regarding the mode of selection of microphones, since all configurations are possible.

UTILIZATION

Handle very nice and very fast.
Good access to acute
This is the "real" wood, a little heavy on stage
The sound is superb, even when empty.

SOUNDS

In this configuration, all styles are available with a good amp like "Mesa Boogie", nothing resists.
In home studio, coupled with an effect SE70 and a good set is the TOP.
Favorite sounds: similar to those of Steve Lukather.

OVERALL OPINION

Used since 1984.
Weight a bit heavy.
This is a guitar that gets better with age.
I keep it for life
It is followed by the Luthier DNG.
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Lâg Rockline LaserPublished on 01/11/10 at 09:54
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
was made in France toulouse mine is 85 I think since purchased new this year to snap a volume 4switchs mics including 1 bridge pickup direct without passing through the volume Knob very convenient to switch from rhythm to solo

UTILIZATION

handle very very pleasant without doubt one of the best I've seen a larger but much less thick stratocumulus I would say very flat no problem adapting to all hands 10 of 10 acute access not very heavy, I had the ball pe ing the years with ... 3 micro seymour the first generation I think I've ever dismounted guitar at ease in all styles very easy to use no need to use four tray (tray me I -4) but suffered at the time of his lack of personality (in...…
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was made in France toulouse mine is 85 I think since purchased new this year to snap a volume 4switchs mics including 1 bridge pickup direct without passing through the volume Knob very convenient to switch from rhythm to solo

UTILIZATION

handle very very pleasant without doubt one of the best I've seen a larger but much less thick stratocumulus I would say very flat no problem adapting to all hands 10 of 10 acute access not very heavy, I had the ball pe ing the years with ... 3 micro seymour the first generation I think I've ever dismounted guitar at ease in all styles very easy to use no need to use four tray (tray me I -4) but suffered at the time of his lack of personality (in sound)
but taking a step back ell sounds great!

SOUNDS

I played at the time on a mesa boogie marck1 it sends no problem believe me! as said above its stratabound for playing funky with 2 singles and big potato while remaining accurate in the humbucker (I played with beat it! the ... I think everything I say ....)

OVERALL OPINION

I do not use any more for several years ... sniff .... what I liked most was made by tuning the sound is! you tune the guitar once and it is granted ......... 6 months and older it's true I Mettai in his box on Sunday evening after a weekend baloche and go back on Friday for repeat .... She had not one bit shaky! not so much that you break a string it does not move a marvel of stability! never known any other guitars as stable
at that time it still costs the equivalent price of 1500 euros now
I do not think I would sell that day because I guitareun so many memories! french and live guitars not god!!

ps January 8, 2011 I bought a bedrock 600 'combo amp and a lamp ....
my lag outperforms any other gibson and fender that I possess
phew I was right not to sell .....
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  • Manufacturer: Lâg
  • Model: Rockline Laser
  • Series: Rockline
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/07/2006

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