Lag Guitars lifting their profile in the USA

Lâg Guitars originally hail from France, but have been gaining ground in the USA with their affordable ranges of both steel string and nylon stringed acoustics.

As well as offering deals like free string changes and free clip on tuners to get the word out, they've now announced that two guitarists who are better known for their electric rock playing, will be playing Lâg acoustics in their live shows.

Heavy metal guitarist Gus G., best known for his work as Ozzy Osbourne’s current guitarist and for his own band Firewind, recently got his acoustic shred on thanks to Lâg Guitars. He is currently using his Lâg Tramontane custom six- and 12-string guitars during Firewind’s busy fall 2011 international tour season. Gus says, “Lâg guitars are instruments of the highest quality out there. I use the Tramontane six-string and 12-string acoustic guitars, and their tone is simply amazing!”

Singer/songwriter and solo artist Richie Kotzen — well known for his work with everyone from pop/rock bands like Poison and Mr. Big to jazz/fusion groups like Vertu featuring Stanley Clarke and Lenny White — will be using his new Lâg six-string custom koa guitar on his winter 2011-2012 tour in support of his upcoming new album, 24 Hours (to be released later this month). Commenting on his new guitar, he says, “I am thrilled to be a part of the Lâg acoustic guitar family. Not only did Lâg build me a world-class acoustic guitar to my specs, but they are able to offer high quality instruments right off the rack.”

Lag's prices for standard models range from $280 to $975.

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