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Laguna LG Series LG6CEOVK Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Laguna LG6CEOVK Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar has a Grand-Orchestra body style, with a Florentine cutaway. It's equipped with the Fishman "Pre...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Laguna LG6CEOVK Cutaway Acoustic-Electric Guitar has a Grand-Orchestra body style, with a Florentine cutaway. It's equipped with the Fishman "Prefix + T" preamp with a built-in tuner, which are premium electronic features. It also has a solid spruce top, which gives you rich and articulate projection, ovangkol back and sides, and a mahogany neck. The double-bound maple binding on the body and fretboard, and chrome hardware add a nice touch. This Laguna guitar was designed to be a top choice instrument when your demand for beauty and extravagance extends from sight to sound to feel.
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 email@example.com. 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 "Prefix + T" Preamp with tuner
- Solid spruce top
- Ovangkol Back & Sides
- Mahogany neck
- Maple binding on body and fretboard
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I played one of these today and compared it to several nice high end acoustics. In all honesty this guitars gives Martins, Taylor's, Gibson's all a run for their money. What makes a solid difference is it's solid wood. Very nice and smooth.
I bought this guitar today after spending a few hours in my local guitar center. i played a taylor, gibson, martin, but i ultimately thought this sounded the best acoustically and also when amplified. it has a very full bodied sound, low action and almost has the feel of an electric. i slapped a pair of dr's on it after i conditioned the neck, and was off and rolling. i can honestly say that for this price, it is impossible to find a better guitar, HANDS DOWN.
I have been playing music since the age of 16 & I'm now 31 so I have a little experience with knowing how a well made guitar should sound. I just spent all weekend shopping around for a new electric acoustic when I came across this Beauty. I played a few Taylors, Martins & a couple Breedloves. After playing almost every acoustic guitar in my price range at my local music store, I had narrowed my choices down to a Martin DCX1E Acoustic-Electric Guitar or this Laguna. I have not even heard of a Laguna guitar until I played this one. I can't believe the overall rich tone that this guitar produces. This guitar sounds just as good if not better than the Taylor guitars I played. It sounds just as Amazing plugged in & has a nice feel to it. As far as looks, this guitar I will say has more stage appeal than a Martin or a Taylor although they are nice looking guitars as well. I gave this guitar all 5's because it definitely deserves it. If your looking for a well made, Great sounding Acoustic guitar in this price range you really need to check this one out. Good job Laguna!
This is probably the most well rounded guitar I have ever owned. You get a little of everything for a great price. The only downside I have is with the loss of too much volume when you bar, but in the end its realy not that big of a deal and you will be very satisfied!!
I own the LG16CERW, and love it. I played this guitar after I bought the LG16CERW, and decided that I was going to buy one as soon as possible.The Laguna guitars are made in China, and those that I've played show great value for the dollar, and sound at least as nice as most guitars cost twice as much. By the way I've played all of them now, and all of the Orchestra models are a great buy.The sound and playability of all of the Grand Orchestra guitars made by Lacuna are way above par, but this and the rosewood version are pure stand outs.I have to say that I've heard beginning, or intermediate guitarists that didn't care for them much, but if you have a decent ear you'll love these guitars, and probably end up with at least one before too long.Just to get it out of the way I own two Taylor's an 814-CE and a 710, and the LG16CERW is the guitar I pick up most often these days, unless I'm doing some very loud flat picking then it's the 710. I swear you have to play one of these beauties as soon as possible. I think they are the best value out there.
First off, like the rest of Laguna's guitars, you don't get any better quality for the price. Really, once you play this, you will not set it down. It really is one of those guitars that when you do set it down, something just tells you to go back and play it. Never the less, it plays amazingly well, has great feel and low action for an acoustic as well as feels kinda like an electric plus the electronics are great.
I bought this guitar for Christams 2008, it was on sale. I couldn't get over the playability of this thing for such an low, low price. I tooled around with lots of other guitars in the same music shop for a couple of days, lots of high end Breedloves, Martins, etc-but I kept coming back to this Laguna. It felt so perfect, the action was low and easy, and the cutaway was are the selling points. I felt like I would be an idiot if I didn't buy this guitar. Now, six months later, we are still happily married and grinding out beautiful music. The one thing I will warn against is this guitar sounds great with the D'adarrios phosphor bronze lights-nothing else I have tried sounds as good.Buy now!