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Lag Guitars T400DCE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Lag T400DCE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar has Solid Sitka Spruce tops and a high-gloss finish set the refined. The sides and back ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A distinctive guitar with a solid Sitka spruce, Indian rosewood back & sides and expanded electronics.
The Lag T400DCE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar has Solid Sitka Spruce tops and a high-gloss finish set the refined. The sides and back are Indonesian rosewood, as are the easily-played fingerboard and solid bridge. Satin black tuners - with matching satin black tulip buttons - nicely complement the black graphite compensated saddle and nut. The solid Indonesian rosewood headstock is oil-finished, and inlaid with the maple LAG logo. The honey mahogany neck features a French satin finish for comfort and playability. StudioL¢g Plus electronics are used in the T400DCE, providing an excellent amplified sound.
- High-gloss finish
- Solid Sitka spruce top
- Indonesian rosewood back and sides
- Rosewood and Maple body binding
- Occitan Cross rosette pattern
- Honey mahogany neck
- Indonesian rosewood fingerboard & bridge
- StudioL¢g Plus system with 5 expertly voiced EQ settings + Bypass, Volume, Contour; Built-in tuner
- Flexible NanoFlex piezo pickup mounted in the bridge, under the saddle
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- Beautiful Workmanship
- Great action
- Great sustain
- Presets Work Well
- Comes Without A Case
- High Gloss Scratches Easy
- Not a lot of bass
- Open Mic Sessions
- Practice Song Writing
Comments about Lag Guitars T400DCE Dreadnought Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar:
First impression is the beautiful workmanship. Top and back are resawn, matched bookends. High gloss finish is beautiful, but scratches easily. Nice, low action with lots of sustain, though bass is not strong. Easy to play, Electronics work well, but bass needs to be bumped up through a pre-amp. Not as loud as my other guitars when plugged in, but good, clean sound. Presets work well. I have a Martin D-16 and an Epiphone Master Built, but the Lag is my favorite practice guitar. I didn't notice that it comes without a case, so that was a disappointment. Had to order two cases because the first one was too small. Bummer. Overall, I love the guitar. Great value for the money.