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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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Anonymous
Publié le 11/10/02 à 00:49
Value For Money : Excellent
Country France.
24 jumbo frets well polished with keys scaloppes (7 dernires on the treble).
Floyd copy bridge of good quality (good sustain).
knob a single volume with push-pull.
Slecteur 5 positions giving 10 possibilities (I changed the switch and I brought up a magic switch by the factory for a spcial routting). Otherwise there are 9 original options.
Saddle sleeve with a sumptuous rosewood for the key.

UTILIZATION

Channel trs enjoyable. (Diificile APRS to take another guitar)
Accs the acute top.
Excellent ergonomics.
Average weight.
The sounds are good but trs all a bit like the size or mtal hard.
In the light of missing characters.

SOUNDS

N'esprez not sound the Gibson drooling!
I played with a classic 30 peavez all lamps.
adgage saturax far less crunch too plain (I have another guitar for a!)

OVERALL OPINION

Good quality for money.
His best quality round trs fast vibrato at the top.
His biggest default: clean sounds.
It is exclusive as its name indicates and despite the splits!
I will exprience with a Vigier Excalibur plutt for in addition to the beautiful sounds clear, but it is not the same price.
Not at all suited for the blues.
This guitar lacks characters. Everything is smooth and there was no drooling.
That said the handle is a highway for solo, finishing tip top, unlike some amricaines Chres more!
The pickups are powerful trs. The vibrato is imprial but perfectible Systm home (it tends to dvisser quickly).
Mcaniques trs good. The key is silky. Feedback to fuse ... if we play with fingers.
Great thanks to the split versatilis but lacks a button Tone. The single coil is a little too straight and too powerful, we would like a slightly less level to attack or other casseroles funkeries
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