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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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Watcha90 Watcha90
Publié le 08/03/03 à 03:25
It has 3 pickups (H / S / H). The two coils are dual branded DI MARIZIO (Air area and air classic) and the single coil Seymour Duncan (SSL 5). The pickup selector knob and PUSH PULL (ie is pulled on the knob and it couples the single humbucker bobnage: very effective!) Provide access to 9 different combinations of coupling micro.
The body is basswood (light) with blue marble finish. The Canadian maple neck with 24 frets to the body is screwed to the 17-18th case which gives excellent access to acute (above the heel is contoured at the junction body / sleeve). Little Guitar leave such freedom of play in the treble. The fingerboard is rosewood and is well made scaloppée (in ground) from the 18th case (we like or not like it ...)
The locking vibrato is licensed FLOYD. It works perfectly. But I had the opportunity to use which gives a better sense of robutesse higher than lag. It still works correctly and is very good agreement.
General excellent comfort, with a handle very fast (ideal for playing steve vai and other crazy technique).
8 / 10 because of the vibrato. (If 9 / 10)

UTILIZATION

The handle is exceptional. We really draw sheet.
Access to acute excellent thanks to the joint body / handle the case 17/18e + profiling of the junction.
The guitar is very light (but the lime is fragile so be careful!).
Easily obtained a good sound. The sounds are generally pretty clean (ideal for metal and solos).

SOUNDS

Already without plugging the guitar you can feel it sounds very clear, precise and balanced.
Once plugged into a good tube amp. All combinations of microphones can be used.
The microphone is quite acute puisssant crunch and rapidly clear sound. In saturated it hard outright (I play mostly metal) a lot of bass is very defined (c no porridge) and very clean, it can make powerful solos to John Petrucci. For some reproach against his own side too, which does not bleed! (But you can not have everything)
The microphone is nice in his grave clear. It sounds to warm way with further serious ... It also performs well in full.
Other positions provide sound dug enough "fenderien" (for intermediate positions) ideal in clean (like RED HOT). It's very versatile, it easily passes from Limp Bizkit, the red hot, up to Satriani or the variétoche (yes !!!... ;-)). Good versatility.

OVERALL OPINION

Beautiful guitar, very versatile (metal, blue, rock, variety ...)
nice finish, comfortable and great sound.

For more information I recommend the site where there is always lag a guitar for you.
http://www.lag.fr
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