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Product Description

The T70 series from French company LAG are without question some of the most incredible value for money guitars we’ve ever seen. We go on a lot about great value, because we specialise in ‘bang for the buck’ products and are always looking for gear that punches above its price range. These LAGs are an amazing example of this. Beautifully designed and constructed guitars with solid spruce tops that are wonderful to play and sound just as good. The necks on these are lovely. Don’t let the low price tag fool you. These guitars seriously play like something twice the price.

– Top: Solid Sitka Spruce
– Back & Sides: sapele
– Finish: Open-pore
– Bridge: Brownwood
– Saddle: Compensated black graphite / 72mm
– Neck: Tropical Khaya
– Finish: Open-pore
– Trussrod: 2 Ways
– Fingerboard: Brownwood
– Frets: 20 / Silver-Nickel
– Scale: 650mm
– Headstock: brownwood – maple logo inlay
– Machine Heads: Die cast / 1:18 Ratio / Satin Black
– Nut: Black graphite / 43mm
– Preamp: DirectLâg system

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Weight 20 kg


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