Lag T500DCE – acoustic-electric guitar review in TopGuitar magazine

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TopGuitar is proud to inform, that the July issue of the magazine features a review of Lag T500DCE acoustic-electric guitar. The instrument was delivered for review by Lag distributor in Poland, Lauda Audio.

Below are some excerpts from a review by gear department editor Artur Chyb:

“The guitar makes a positive impression from the very first moment. It comes from the Tramontane line, being the highest model of the series.”

“Lag T500DCE has low string action. It is loud and has a wide sonic spectrum. As you would expect of a dreadnought body, the guitar speaks with strong bass, slightly scooped midrange and clear high end.”

“Having had played a couple of models from this intriguing brand, I must admit that the manufacturer follows an increasingly interesting direction. Great materials, aesthetic looks and very good craftsmanship make you really enjoy this instrument. The guitar’s visual beauty goes in hand with its sound.”

The latest issue of TopGuitar magazine is available across Poland in Empik and Ruch press retail networks, in the online store (http://topguitar.pl/sklep/), and as mobile version for tablets and smartphones using iOS (http://topguitar.pl/ios/) or Android (http://topguitar.pl/android/) operating systems.

Lag T500DCE

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