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Laguna LG Series LG4CETR Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Laguna LG4's has enhanced articulation, which makes it the ideal performer's instrument. It's able to express a full palate of clear tones that c...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Laguna LG4's has enhanced articulation, which makes it the ideal performer's instrument. It's able to express a full palate of clear tones that cuts through any musical setting. The Laguna LG4CETR Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar has a Grand Orchestra body with the Florentine cutaway. It's equipped with the Fishman Classic 4T preamp with built in tuner. The Trans Red quilted ash top, back and sides, gives this guitar a rich bright tonality, as well as an exquisite look. This Laguna guitar has a mahogany neck, bound body and fingerboard, chrome hardware, and abalone inlayed ring around the sound hole.
LAGUNA GUITARS LAUNCHES "ONE GUITAR, ONE TREE" REFORESTATION INITIATIVE
Laguna Guitars, reflecting the passionate convictions of musicians, celebrates Earth Day by launching their new "One Guitar, One Tree" reforestation initiative. This plan involves planting one tree for every Laguna guitar made. In addition, Laguna continues to deepen its other practical efforts to reduce waste, recycle and conserve the planet's resources.
For decades, musicians have proudly been socially aware and urged others to take more action, advocacy and awareness in environmental matters. As musicians themselves, those at Laguna have always passionately supported that position, knowing that trees are an economical, long-term solution to many tough environmental problems, including air and water pollution, climate change, wildlife protection, habitat restoration and more. In partnership with AmericanForests.org and their Global ReLeaf campaign, Laguna proudly plants a tree for each Laguna guitar made.
In addition, Laguna's shipping cartons are designed to provide maximum protection with a minimum of material. Their boxes are made from 100% recycled cardboard that is also 100% recyclable, which they naturally encourage wherever possible. Also, in the interests of conservation, they have decided not to print glossy, heavyweight catalogs as millions from various companies end up in landfills every year. Instead, Laguna provides extensive information online at their website (www.playlaguna.com) and a catalog will soon be available as downloadable PDFs, allowing users to print only those pages they want.
As with the design and manufacture of their guitars, Laguna welcomes an open dialogue with musicians and encourages them to share their thoughts and ideas on environmental matters including Laguna's "One Guitar, One Tree" initiative and other earth-friendly plans. All such feedback can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit PlayLaguna.com or AmericanForests.org for more information on the "One Guitar, One Tree" initiative and Global ReLeaf campaign.
- Grand Orchestra body - Florentine cutaway / electric
- Fishman "Classic 4 T" Preamp with tuner
- Trans Red Quilted Ash top, back & sides
- Mahogany neck
- Bound Body and fingerboard
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I have not played this guitar plugged in, but raw acoustic sound... the mids are punchy, the lows are defined w/o being overbearing, and the highs are clear, if a little on the quiet side. The guitar feels great, almost as good as a Taylor. The wood itself is just stunning, the pics on the site (as usual) don't do it justice. Overall, this is a very nice, very good feeling, very good buy of a guitar. I highly recomend it for all of us out there who would love to own a high end Taylor Acoustic but can't afford to sell our car to pay for one....
After trying out dozens of Acoustic Electric models, I kept coming back to the Laguna LG. I think that for price, you can't get much better. This is my second guitar and my first acustic electric. I have been playing for about four years on and off so I really am just getting started. This is a very solid feeling guitar (good and bad I guess) it's heavy compared to others I have played but well constructed. The stain is VERY red and a deep gloss coat lets the wood grain shine through. The sound unplugged is sort of mellow and soft, opposite of my spruce top Acustic that is super bright and folksy sounding. The electronics seem solid and I like the built in tuner. Pluged in it sounds great, whatever you want it to be with the adjustable electronics. I don't think this would be my first choice if I was a professional with an unlimited budget, but for it's price range it is very solid.