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Lâg The Beast
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Lâg The Beast

STC-Shaped Guitar from Lâg belonging to the The Beast series.

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«  The ultra versatile! »

Published on 01/30/13 at 06:03
Guitar made in France, mine is Fraqué, timber heavy enough to sustain strong, with beautiful wood grain visible.
Manufacturing quality extraordinary, great art, for once we'd almost custom shop ...
Floyd vibrato (KHALER) high quality, micro DI MARZIO Tone Zone Bridge (origin), Seymour Duncan SSL intermediate position 7 (custom) and micro LAG custom hot rail in the neck position.

UTILIZATION

Handle very fast, you feel immediately at ease, but the guitar is a bit heavy, at least with this type of wood.
The frets are jumbo extra, rather thick, the bends are very well rendered.
Scaloppée key.

SOUNDS

The versatility of the pickups will go smoothly angry hard rock to rock funk blues.
To know that this guitar is very "punchie" and transform quickly enough styles previously mentioned with a rock coloration.
The sound palette is just extra, extreme playability, you feel immediately comfortable with the risk ..... take risks!
The middle pickup is anecdotal, so I made remplcé a Seymour Duncan SSL-7.

OVERALL OPINION

This guitar is relatively difficult to find time, but I urge you to break your piggy bank if the opportunity presents itself.
The kind of guitar possessing a soul, quality fabrication remarkable that only the custom shop of BEDARIEU is able to reproduce since LAG has sold his soul to the devil finance ...
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