Price paid: $ 250
Purchased from: Guitar Center
Sound — 10
This guitar sounds great. Harmonics sounds really well, and come out easy. Really good for metal. Has a nice ring, even when its not plugged in. Good sound. Good for rock, and metal. For Jazz though, even on the neck pickup, it doesn't so amazing. This is more of a guitar for a good rock act, or metal players.
Overall Impression — 10
This guitar feels good for what I play (metal, rock) I do wish they had a tremelo on this guitar. But other than that, the guitar is amazing. I really would buy this guitar again if it was stolen. Before buying, I compared it to an ESP Kirk Hammett KH-202. This feels just like it, except the neck is thinner on the Laguna.
Reliability & Durability — 9
Everything feels great. Nothing I can complain about it. Finish will probably last for a while, if not ever. Strap buttons do look like they could come off, as they are a good bit out of the guitar. The jutt out too much for me to think that they wouldn't break off. The guitar is light though, not much of a chance of them popping off.
Action, Fit & Finish — 10
This guitar was set up really well. Nothing's loose, except the pickups which budge around a little. Everything feels new, and looks it too. The finish is done smoothly. The action feels really good. Not too high, but not low enough to have fret buzz. The finish is a matte feeling finish.
Features — 10
First off, this seems to be a new guitar, as I can't find much on it. It has 24 frets on an indian rosewood neck. It has a satin finish in two colors. It has a Strat style body with a string-thru body with a fixed bridge. It has 2 custom Laguna humbuckers with a master tone and volume, and a five way Switch. It also has Laguna black tumors.