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Lâg Rockline MetalMaster
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Lâg Rockline MetalMaster

STC-Shaped Guitar from Lâg belonging to the Rockline series.

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Publié le 12/21/06 à 03:23
1996 model, 24 frets with the last 7 scallopées (I have done to change the neck following a fracture of the head).
EMG, 2 doubles, 1 single (not original).
Vibrato Floyd Rose floating stamped Lag.
1 volume, 1 tone (yes, that is still good practice for jazzy sounds), a 5-way switch (no split for the microphones).

UTILIZATION

We can say that the sleeves are among the Lag enjoyable to play. Subtle blend of Fender (roundness, smoothness) Vigier (key very flat) and Ibanez (jumbo frets).
I do not return on access to acute, which is perfect (try it a N4, that is even better).
The comfort game (sitting, standing, lying on one foot, knees ...) is perfect.
In sound (in this price range), forget everything else. Balance, roundness, power and clarity are waiting for you.

Small flat, the cargo are not very beefy. Remember to vary your fingering (which I rarely do), so you do not planning four in 10 years of practice (not always intensive).

SOUNDS

A Lag, a tube amp (Marshall JCM combo) and this is gone. Me who loves various styles (blues fusion through the French rock and funk), we can do it all.
Obviously, not slam it as a stratum and it not bleed like a les paul. on the other hand, it makes everything in between and if the gain is set to 11. There 's good as good bread.
On the micro serious one begins to Petrucci and the micro acute, one begins to ... that we want. We want the egg to the harmonic Van Halen, just to boost the midrange of the amp. We want the big rhythm to Dimebag, crunch to the Black desire, anything is possible, everything is possible.
In terms of clean sounds, you did that to hear all the other models in this price range and in this style, I say (contrary to other opinions), is character.

OVERALL OPINION

Well, if we count, that makes 10 years that I don 't use it. Apart from these frets that are growing in places where we play the most, there is nothing to say.
Electronics is not blowing, the pots do not spit, vibrato is recovering well in place and the glaze does not suffer too much of contempt of years of friction (a small polishing him would not hurt either, let zhonnêtes ).

I have the air of bias, but if you find one used, try, listen and you will buy (No, I'm not a man sandwich). Quality / price ratio tiptop, a handle hyper fun and easy to play, a real versatility with sounds clear quality.

Me, I have not much to complain, that is why I care.
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