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Lag T100DCE Acoustic/Electric Guitar

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Product Description

The LAG T100DCE is a refined instrument that meets today’s demands with spirit and vitality, offering old-world construction techniques combined with state-of-the-art pickup and preamp designs that will project your sound to larger venues and audiences. A beautiful guitar in glossy black and dark wood finish. Sounds as good as it looks.

Body & Bridge

  • Top: Solid Red Cedar
  • Back & Sides: Dark Mahogany
  • Bindings: Mahogany + Maple + Black
  • Body Thickness: Bottom 110mm – Neck 90mm
  • Rosette: Mahogany with Maple & Black, with Occitania cross
  • Bridge: Indonesian Rosewood with Black Resin compensated saddle
  • Finish: High Gloss

Neck & Fingerboard

  • Neck: Mahogany French Satin finish
  • Fingerboard: Indonesian Rosewood, Radius 400mm
  • Frets: 20, Silver-Nickel, Medium type
  • Headstock: Solid Indonesian Rosewood, linseed oil finish, with Lâg Maple Logo inlay
  • Truss Rod: 2-way System

Electronics & Hardware

  • Machine Heads: Lubricated High Precision Satin Black, with Satin Black tulip buttons
  • Top Nut: Black Graphite 43mm
  • Pickup: Nanoflex Piezo Pickup under bridge saddle
  • Electronics: StudioLâg Plus system
  • Strings: Martin Bronze 80/20 12-54

Additional Information

Weight 20 kg

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