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Lâg Rockline Standard
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Lâg Rockline Standard

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

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Lâg Rockline StandardPublished on 03/15/05 at 07:35
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Manufacturing France
24 frets, Seymour Duncan 2Double
Licensed Floyd Rose bridge
Volume 1, 5-way switch
Rosewood handle
Bass-wood body

UTILIZATION

Channel end trs, trs fast
Access in acute very easy, so tapping hollow boxes acute aisbr trs /> Trslgre, trs good balance
Trs good sound quality but lacks sustain natural

SOUNDS

I play mtal, the microphones are too rock (its too "hot")
Fits perfectly with Behringer V-AMP2 and baffle 1960A Marshall
Son, I RPET, a little feeble, which lacks punch

OVERALL OPINION

I have 6 years, and I love it
It would be perfect with more microphones "pchus". ...
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Manufacturing France
24 frets, Seymour Duncan 2Double
Licensed Floyd Rose bridge
Volume 1, 5-way switch
Rosewood handle
Bass-wood body

UTILIZATION

Channel end trs, trs fast
Access in acute very easy, so tapping hollow boxes acute aisbr trs /> Trslgre, trs good balance
Trs good sound quality but lacks sustain natural

SOUNDS

I play mtal, the microphones are too rock (its too "hot")
Fits perfectly with Behringer V-AMP2 and baffle 1960A Marshall
Son, I RPET, a little feeble, which lacks punch

OVERALL OPINION

I have 6 years, and I love it
It would be perfect with more microphones "pchus".
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Lâg Rockline StandardPublished on 10/17/05 at 08:54
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar Franaise bought in 99.

Channel 24 frets, rosewood fingerboard. Mcanique oil bath.

2 humbuckers: 1 Seymour, a lag (slecteur 5 positions).

Potentiomtre 1 volume (it!)

Floyd Rose type tremolo (crap).

UTILIZATION

The neck of the guitar is a MODEL of its kind, with frets Most recent internship in hollow squares, Access in dernires frets poses no problem.
The handle is trs end, the veneer of good quality real rgal.

The guitar is particulirement lgre, well balance. Mine is black with glitter (and also with exploded as it fell from a height of meters on the floor, nothing serious ... ouf o final)

With a single knob hard to get lost in rglages, micro Submitted a......
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Guitar Franaise bought in 99.

Channel 24 frets, rosewood fingerboard. Mcanique oil bath.

2 humbuckers: 1 Seymour, a lag (slecteur 5 positions).

Potentiomtre 1 volume (it!)

Floyd Rose type tremolo (crap).

UTILIZATION

The neck of the guitar is a MODEL of its kind, with frets Most recent internship in hollow squares, Access in dernires frets poses no problem.
The handle is trs end, the veneer of good quality real rgal.

The guitar is particulirement lgre, well balance. Mine is black with glitter (and also with exploded as it fell from a height of meters on the floor, nothing serious ... ouf o final)

With a single knob hard to get lost in rglages, micro Submitted a serious blow in its saturated lightweight damage.

Finally, my rant: the infernal vibrato. This is a MODEL of floyd o there is no need to cut the strings, the ide parat good base, but the tuning stability loses final o is unplayable.
Today my guitar has no floyd (cot of opration: 180 arghh).

SOUNDS

Guitar extremely versatile. Fits all styles of music, the price is hard to beat. I really like the personal mtal a little no, I have a lot of rock jou a little grungy.

I play mostly with a Valvestate 8080 (DSOL;)), a Tri-zoom mtal, DD-6, BF-3, VB-2 ...

This guitar sounds to switch trs clear and bright with big sounds (I'm long been agreement in Drop C).

OVERALL OPINION

Apart from the false Pb Floyd was scratched this gniale. I tried a washburn N2 acqurir of Advent, I found the sound too typical when the lag was a more "neutral".

Obviously a good guitar excels everywhere nowhere ... Trs good guitar for beginners looking for their sound.
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Lâg Rockline StandardPublished on 02/12/06 at 08:30
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- Guitar factory in France.

- Mine is composed of a vibrato Floyd Rose II
- 2 micros simple, and Duncan S. Paf 1 (the three original).
- A volume push / pull splitter for the PAF.
- Manche ... the bin should see the top because it CHARACTERISTICS he know and not me ... In any case, a handle inmcroyablement fast prcis, and so enjoyable. I'm really a guitarist but I AVERAGE almost feel be good with it.

UTILIZATION

- The neck is incredibly beautiful, enjoyable and sweet.
- Access in treble is excellent and the ergonomics is gnral trs good although the guitar is a little heavy ... but hey, you're not a moumounne normally when you play rock, right?

SOUNDS

- The guitar is......
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- Guitar factory in France.

- Mine is composed of a vibrato Floyd Rose II
- 2 micros simple, and Duncan S. Paf 1 (the three original).
- A volume push / pull splitter for the PAF.
- Manche ... the bin should see the top because it CHARACTERISTICS he know and not me ... In any case, a handle inmcroyablement fast prcis, and so enjoyable. I'm really a guitarist but I AVERAGE almost feel be good with it.

UTILIZATION

- The neck is incredibly beautiful, enjoyable and sweet.
- Access in treble is excellent and the ergonomics is gnral trs good although the guitar is a little heavy ... but hey, you're not a moumounne normally when you play rock, right?

SOUNDS

- The guitar is versatile trs trs but can be more dedicated to the more rock / heavy / hard ... the blues is also correct, but for jazz, I have a doubt.
- I use a Digitech Genex3 (yes in an apartment, my TraceElliot 100W is not really welcome. I give him a p'tit hello, he remained in France ...) and with few amp (it's a euphmisme Obviously) I simulate with my multi-effects is death !!!!!!
- Sounds are trs because of the many combinations of microphones and especially the possibility to split the HB. In short, it trs cool.
- Personally, I love the sound of rocks 80S ... is the guitar for that. But it should also sounds more blues mtals see even with a fairly scary to sustain this kind of guitar.

OVERALL OPINION

- I have 10 years, buy my teacher who needed to tune ... lol ... what matters to 2000fr !!!!!!!
- I love everything about this guitar even if his floyd (Floyd ... like any) is sometimes a bit boring because rgler regularly. But it's a good guitar with a floyd.
- Personally, I would still buy the same (especially at the price I got it) because it is really a guitar gniale. The thing is, it is now trs rare (mine dates from 1982) and found that his rating goes up. Cool for me. Carrment but I do not want to sell it even if I'm going to offer me a Les Paul in the days ahead. No, it is clear that `the story skyscraper, a peronnalit ... even if I suck, j'm'en Calisse!! She is ME!
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Lâg Rockline StandardPublished on 04/17/07 at 06:31
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Lag Rockline Standart
Made in France.
Neck: Canadian Maple / Brazilian rosewood
24 jumbo frets
scallops from 18 to 24.
Dimension: width: 43 - 52.5, thickness: 19 - 21.5.
Body: Basswood United States
Pickups: depends on the models and years. (LAG custom / Seymour Duncan)
Bridge: Floyd Rose Licensed
Mechanical: Ghoto

UTILIZATION

Getting started very natural.
Comfortable handle, intermediate between a Les Paul and an Ibanez.
Verni very neat, the sleeve does not catch and enables high-speed ride.
Access to acute: lower horn with a chamfer, bizeauté heel touches scallops. So no problem with that side.
Start type form so no problem sitting or standing, good......
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Lag Rockline Standart
Made in France.
Neck: Canadian Maple / Brazilian rosewood
24 jumbo frets
scallops from 18 to 24.
Dimension: width: 43 - 52.5, thickness: 19 - 21.5.
Body: Basswood United States
Pickups: depends on the models and years. (LAG custom / Seymour Duncan)
Bridge: Floyd Rose Licensed
Mechanical: Ghoto

UTILIZATION

Getting started very natural.
Comfortable handle, intermediate between a Les Paul and an Ibanez.
Verni very neat, the sleeve does not catch and enables high-speed ride.
Access to acute: lower horn with a chamfer, bizeauté heel touches scallops. So no problem with that side.
Start type form so no problem sitting or standing, good balance.
Sound: alder + maple, so its rather light and airy.

SOUNDS

I play Heavy / metal / blues / hard rock.
I'm using a Peavey XXX and a Pod XT live.
The guitar has a natural sound rather crisp and clear.

For Heavy and metal, no worries, in rhythmic or Lead.
For the blues, ba is not a stratum, and it's Humbucker, rather then to the Hard Blues. (Jeff healey / ZZ Top ...)
For the Hard, ba is not a les paul, lacks a bit of lower midrange, so it corrects the amp and you're done.

Basically all it is versatile enough to regard the world of big rock. Just after his well-tuned amplifier.

OVERALL OPINION

I have since 2000, seven years.
Guitar every day, Technical Works, repeated, concert ....
The floyd is showing signs of fatigue after 6 years.
The rest is original and does not move.

I made a move with EMG 81 and an Original Floyd Rose.
The original violin being impecable, the varnish principally made, missing only one piece of slightly more prestigious to make it a very good guitar.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Lâg
  • Model: Rockline Standard
  • Series: Rockline
  • Category: STC-Shaped Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 10/07/2006

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