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Lâg Rockline SpeedMaster
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Lâg Rockline SpeedMaster

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

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Lâg Rockline SpeedMasterPublished on 03/16/05 at 06:26
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This is one of the last produced guitars toulouse if I am not mistaken, and unfortunately a series that has not received attention particulire, so with a few flaws but nothing of Luthrie serious.
It has a maple neck, a rosewood fingerboard and an alder body.
It is mounted with two humbuckers lag inclins 10 degrees and rglage volume and tonality slcteur 3 postions.
It has a handle screwed repres 24 frets with pearl teeth requinen mcaniques oil bath and a lag licenc floyd floyd rose.

USE

The handle is impeccable, super smooth, super fast, easy to play and quite ergonomic rgler boring but if it is not stabilized (of the same for the Floyd). The access to acute is not very ais......
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This is one of the last produced guitars toulouse if I am not mistaken, and unfortunately a series that has not received attention particulire, so with a few flaws but nothing of Luthrie serious.
It has a maple neck, a rosewood fingerboard and an alder body.
It is mounted with two humbuckers lag inclins 10 degrees and rglage volume and tonality slcteur 3 postions.
It has a handle screwed repres 24 frets with pearl teeth requinen mcaniques oil bath and a lag licenc floyd floyd rose.

USE

The handle is impeccable, super smooth, super fast, easy to play and quite ergonomic rgler boring but if it is not stabilized (of the same for the Floyd). The access to acute is not very ais for small hands due to a very thick heel. It is a heavy guitar, but rather well balanced. Is easily obtained in good sounds that the microphones are not terrible (I suggest you change them for Di Marzio Evolution with whom she feels super good). This is a guitar turns Mtal and even the death, many mdiums and low-mdiums, serious round with a nice grain but unfortunately not enough treble. It is also suitable very well for the blues well aggressive rock.
The key is almost flat and well-spaces ropes for a quick game. I do not put him 6 for defects of Luthrie.

SONORITS

She has perfect sound prcis for death, a good foundation in the bass (with Di Marzio evo tt qd c'tait same but even if the origin), but the highs are a little off and very prsents mdiums and suddenly she is aggressive and has the attack. It's all pretty versatile malgrs but for blues styles, rock, country etc ...
It plugs into a super MG100DFX marshall rotten acute and not prcis but good awakening. This is a grat 'which works well on engl and Peavy. She misses the 10 bit for his acute beefy enough for sick solis.

NOTICE GLOBAL

I possde for a little over two and a half years and I am very satisfied, the lag is really terrible guitars, my next one will be, Bond ... I love the sound and mouth of the mine, it has a good qualitprix 875 euros era and now there is the fact quivalente ak 200 tt 599 euros. I tried to BECP grats before and after this one but it's still the one I prefer its finish leaving malgrs be desired. It's a good guitar for non-dubtants, but we must unfortunately consider rectify the handle (and she deserves) into a real battle beast.
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Lâg Rockline SpeedMasterPublished on 03/16/05 at 06:29
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This is one of the guitars produced dernires toulouse if I am not mistaken, and unfortunately that does not have an SERIES reu particulire attention, so with some default of nothing but Luthra serious.
It has a handle stocky, a rosewood fingerboard and alder body.
It is mounted with two humbuckers lag tilted 10 degrees SETTING THE volume, tonal and slcteur 3 postions.
Bolt has a 24 frets back teeth with pearl requinen mcaniques oil bath and a licensed floyd pink floyd lag.

UTILIZATION

The handle is impeccable, super smooth, super fast, easy to play and quite boring but ergonomic rgler if it is not stabilized (The same applies to the floyd). Access in acute trs ais not for......
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This is one of the guitars produced dernires toulouse if I am not mistaken, and unfortunately that does not have an SERIES reu particulire attention, so with some default of nothing but Luthra serious.
It has a handle stocky, a rosewood fingerboard and alder body.
It is mounted with two humbuckers lag tilted 10 degrees SETTING THE volume, tonal and slcteur 3 postions.
Bolt has a 24 frets back teeth with pearl requinen mcaniques oil bath and a licensed floyd pink floyd lag.

UTILIZATION

The handle is impeccable, super smooth, super fast, easy to play and quite boring but ergonomic rgler if it is not stabilized (The same applies to the floyd). Access in acute trs ais not for little hands because of a heel trs pais. This is a guitar heavy but well plutt balance. We easily obtain good sound that the pickups are not great (I suggest you change them for Di Marzio evolution with whom she feels great). It turns to a guitar and even the death mtal, many low-and mdiums mdiums, round bass with a nice grain but unfortunately not enough treble. It is also good for the trs blues rock much aggressive.
The key is almost flat and the strings much space for a quick game. I did put that 6 of the default Luthra.

SOUNDS

It sounds perfect for prcis death, a good foundation in the bass (with Di Marzio evo tt qd c'tait of the same but even if the origin), but the highs are Slight and trs Submitted mdiums and once she is aggressive and has the attack. It is still quite versatile styles but for blues, rock, country etc ...
It is plugged into a marshall super mg100dfx rotten in acute and prcis not, but she rveil well. It is a Grat 'works well in engl and Peavy. She misses the little 10 for its acute sturdy enough for solis sick.

OVERALL OPINION

I possde for just over two and a half years and I am satisfied with TRS, the lag guitars are really awful, my next one will, Bond ... I love the sound and the mouth of the mine, it has a good 875 euros qualitprix the era and today there is ak 200 tt is equivalent to 599 euros. I tried to free BECP before and APRS it but it's still the one I prfre even finish leaving DSIR. It's a good guitar for non-dubtants, but there is still consider it corrected the handle (and it MRIT) into a real box of combat.
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Lâg Rockline SpeedMasterPublished on 12/16/05 at 11:07
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Then it is a stringed instrument made in China proper, but it seems to me that some parts are the same as the French lag.
24 jumbo frets and markers in shark teeth (yes, that's not to jazz and pop, as you guessed). The pickups are two humbuckers lag inclined at 10 degrees ... it sounds pretty good for mics of origin on a new skyscraper bought 300 euros! But in my opinion, with active EMG or Seymour Duncan, it should just rip!
The bridge is a floyd Lag under liscence. One might have expected something a so-so, well, no! the floyd is frankly very well! IT is perfect agreement (I have perfect pitch and I grant that when I string a rope ;-)).
Otherwise, a typical configuration with a......
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Then it is a stringed instrument made in China proper, but it seems to me that some parts are the same as the French lag.
24 jumbo frets and markers in shark teeth (yes, that's not to jazz and pop, as you guessed). The pickups are two humbuckers lag inclined at 10 degrees ... it sounds pretty good for mics of origin on a new skyscraper bought 300 euros! But in my opinion, with active EMG or Seymour Duncan, it should just rip!
The bridge is a floyd Lag under liscence. One might have expected something a so-so, well, no! the floyd is frankly very well! IT is perfect agreement (I have perfect pitch and I grant that when I string a rope ;-)).
Otherwise, a typical configuration with a three position switch, one volume knob and one tone. The knobs are convincing through their effect on the sound.
The handle, as you can guess again, is done for speed! (Note, the agreements are pressed not bad either). The handle is frankly much (well, it's still not an ESP or a Jackson United States) is a flattened round (less than 2 cm thick).
Small flat, the heel is almost as square as a strat access to acute and is thereby quite hindered, but it's not a real embarrassment it can be done.

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, smooth, fine if you want to go shred solos or fast (but of course it does aps to play chords and even the rock).
as I said above, access to acute is the heel by means of square ...
Otherwise the weight is made up stands, it is fairly stable (there also are better but she is doing!). Finally, take a good strap and everything will be fine!
franchemnt, we get a good sound easy, the settings are simple and effective!

SOUNDS

Although I play mostly metal, and frankly it's really great!
Moreover, it seems to me that it is for a cause ...
I play with my multi effects pedal digitech RP14d and I can get a killer sound! (The pedals there is probably a lamp has something to do).
Surprisingly enough, the clean sounds are clean, fairly well defined, but lack a bit of personality.
The distorted sounds are .... super! it's really his thing! the distortion is quite modern.
I love all the sounds, none really dislike me.

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for 6 months.
she holds the stroke well, the floyd too (always nickel)
I've tried lots of other brand guitars and frankly, this one has nothing to envy a jackson or ibanez RG RR5. In addition it is French!
value for money is excellent, OPUR a guitar of this caliber, 300 euros is not much (well, she was still promo ...)
I do not know if I would do this choice because it is still obvious that I prefer a nice ESP horizon fr United States but we can always dream! ;-)
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  • Manufacturer: Lâg
  • Model: Rockline SpeedMaster
  • Series: Rockline
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 02/10/2005

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