Lag (company)

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IndustryMusical Instruments
Founded1980; 42 years ago (1980)
FounderMichel Lâg-Chavarria
HeadquartersBédarieux, France
ProductsAcoustic guitars

Lâg Guitars is a French music company founded in the Occitania region of France, by master luthier Michel Lâg-Chavarria. Lâg is most popular for its guitars (e.g. the Lâg Roxane and the Tramontane acoustic series). Lâg has produced guitars since 1980, starting with Beast superstrat models to Arkane, which is the most popular and requested from all. They are designed in a small custom shop in the south of France.[1] (in French)

Notable players of Lâg guitars include Phil Campbell of Motörhead and Charles Hedger of Cradle of Filth[citation needed].



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