Dark Red Electric Guitar Arkane by Lâg
This electric guitar is in a stylish fiery red colour and attracts with its beautiful lacquered body made of solid basswood. Convenient to play, this electric guitar from the series of the French manufacturer Lâg A60-DRD has two pickups and one double Belcat, and also it features great electronics – knobs that control the volume, the main tone, as well as 5-position pickup selector.
The neck is bolt-on for even greater security and stability, with a maple head with stylish black satin finish. The fingerboard is standard for the series – made of high-quality Indonesian rosewood.
The frets are comfortable and easy to reach along the entire length, 24 silver nickel frets in a comfortable for the musician large jumbo size. And together with the 6 one-line mechanical keys in satin black colour this electric guitar is a hit.
The A60-DRD bridge has a standard vibrato. And its Trussrod is a 2-way system for regulation.
And let’s all admit it – we all like red electric guitars! This A60-DRD red beauty is reliable, efficient and versatile – suitable for any style of guitarist’s performance, both on stage and in the studio.
A60-DRD by Lâg Key Features
– Body: basswood, glossy varnish finish
– Pickups: 2 singles + 1 double Belcat
– Bridge: standard vibrato
– Electronics: 1 volume + 1 tone master + 5-position pickup selector
– Neck: maple, screwed, satin varnish finish
– Truss rod: double direction
– Fingerboard: Indonesian rosewood
– Frets: 24, silver-nickel, jumbo
– Head: maple, satin black finish, silver logo
– Mechanics: 6 in line high precision, satin black
– Head nut: graphite black, 43 mm
– Strings: D’Addario EXP
- Amplifier – In order for everyone to hear you, your electric guitar needs an amp. You can find different amplifiers in our online store and choose the right one for your electric guitar.
- Cables – these little things are always lost on stage and on the move. We recommend that you always have a spare set with you just in case.
- Case / Gig Bag – to keep safe and movable your guitar. You can choose from different cases for this product, we would recommend getting a gigbag that will have straps to be comfortable to go everywhere with your classical guitar and perform, also seek for pockets where you can store your picks and cables, maybe get a second pair of straps.
- Tuner – make sure you always hit the right note. Grab a portable tuner so that you can check that your guitar is in tuner wherever you go.
- Spare strings – Strings break. As you start performing with new strings you will notice the difference on having a brand new pack of strings and as you can never be sure if you gonna break a string, you better have extra stings for replacements.
- Cleaning tools – For keep everything in order and take proper care of your guitar you can check our cleaning products.
- Extra Picks – You always need one more plectrum!
About the Electric Guitar
Everyone has dreamed of being a rock star as a child. This dream is always accompanied by strong solos on an electric guitar, if you too had that dream of a big stage with a huge crowd that sings your hit songs along with you, of one or two throws on your knees on the stage on the coolest dunk, then you are a guitarist in your soul.
The electric guitar was originally invented in America at the dawn of the 20th century, but as one of the most important instruments in modern music, today the electric guitar enjoys countless variations of shape, strings, technical parameters, but initially it is always what it started from and what turns the guitar in electric: fingerboard, bridge, solid wood body and set of metal strings. And of course, a cable and amplifier to play your electric guitar for everyone.
Electric guitars come in various forms that bear the names of their creators, and the modern guitarist recognizes them at a glance.
The wood that the electric guitar’s body is made of also has an effect, and more precisely the density of the wood would help the sustain (the length with which each note can be played on the guitar). Electric design guitars are made of maple, walnut, ash, alder, mahogany, but nowadays you can find a variety of experiments for electric guitars, including concrete body and those with an aluminium fingerboard, instead of traditional wood.
Electric guitars are available in two main types, which are “ordinary” hard-bodied guitars and hollow or semi-acoustic guitars. Perhaps the two most famous electric guitars are the Fender Stratocaster and Gibson Les Paul, both of which are rigid electric guitars. Nowadays, there are thousands of strange and wonderful forms of guitars to choose from.
Lâg Guitars is a French music company founded in the Occitania region of France, most popular for its guitars (e.g. the Lâg Roxane and the Tramontane acoustic series). Lâg has produced guitars for more than 40 years, starting with Beast superstrat models to arkane – designed in a small custom shop in the south of France and becoming the most popular and requested guitars.
Originally a traditional instrument factory, it then became one of the major players in musical instruments distribution.