#1
Can anyone tell me about Lag Guitars? I didn't see them listed in the sticky thread.

I've been playing electric for almost a year and I think an acoustic would be a good addition. There is an acoustic store near me that carries them and says that model is a great entry-level guitar. The one I’m looking at is the dark Tramontane and they have it either in a straight electric or an acoustic-eclectic—that’s a whole other decision right there.
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Quote by Monstergirl
Can anyone tell me about Lag Guitars? I didn't see them listed in the sticky thread.

I've been playing electric for almost a year and I think an acoustic would be a good addition. There is an acoustic store near me that carries them and says that model is a great entry-level guitar.
Well since they stock that line, it's only logical they would say that. I have no idea personally. However, a quick Google search brought back a ton of reviews, videos, models, prices, etc. Give it a shot. We're going to tell you to buy a Yamaha FG or FGX (A/E) 700.
Quote by Monstergirl
The one I’m looking at is the dark Tramontane and they have it either in a straight electric or an acoustic-eclectic—that’s a whole other decision right there.
IMHO, that's the part that isn't a decision. I would buy an acoustic electric, or nothing.
#3
i played some lower priced lags at a local store (the fretted frog) a while ago, and i wasn't impressed. tone wasn't as good as some competing brands in the same price ranges (and yes, i often suggest the yamaha fg700 solid top or yamaha F335 all lam models). your mileage may vary.
Quote by Skeet UK
I just looked in my Oxford English Dictionary and under "Acoustic Guitar", there was your Avatar and an email address!
#4
Sorry it took me so long to get back to this, work/life got busy!

Thanks for the info. It's the Fretted Frog that I was talking about. At some point soon I want to go back in and play the Lag--the black one is gorgeous. But I will check out the Yamaha the next time I'm in a GC.