Electro-Acoustic Made Easy

In recent years electro-acoustic guitars have become all the rage, and it’s easy to see why. In the last few decades, the combination of CNC routing and improvements to pick-up technology have led to a boom in mass-produced electro-acoustic guitars.
That being said, not all guitars are made equal, and a good electro-acoustic has to balance a number of different priorities.
Some only sound nice un-plugged, others have decent pick-ups but don’t feel nice to play. Finding an electro-acoustic that balances sound, aesthetics, and price can be difficult, but that’s the challenge the LAG T70ACE was born to meet.

A Beautifully Timeless Design

If there’s one thing LAG guitars are great for it’s their designs.
The LAG T70ACE is a beautifully modern take on an electro-acoustic but retains a certain timeless quality.
On the one hand, the French manufacturer have elected for a classic, cut-away shape with a Sitka Spruce top. At the same time, they’ve chosen to move the fret markers up to the side of the neck giving the fretboard a nice, clean aesthetic.

Is The LAG T70ACE Worth The Price?

So the LAG T70ACE looks great and it feels great but how does it sound?
Well although it’s a little weak on the bass end, this guitar has a pretty nice overall sound and considering that it only retails at around $300-400 it’s not bad for a beginner guitar.

With that in mind, it’s worth saying that if you’re looking for something a bit more professional then you might want to go upmarket from here. The T70ACE certainly isn’t bad, but at the same time, it’s a beginner to mid level guitar and if you want a really nice, full sound with lots of natural reverb then it wouldn’t hurt to spend a little more.

Of course, that’s just our opinion. Why not check the LAG T70ACE out here on Tonepedia as well as other LAG guitars, and decide for yourself if you think it’s worth the money.

T70ACE technical specifications

Manufacturer LAG
Series Tramontane
String Number 6
Body Type Family Auditorium
Body Type OOO
Cutaway? Yes
Solid/Laminate Wood Solid Top
Top Material Solid Sitka Spruce
Body Material Tropical Khaya
Fretboard Material Brownwood
Neck Material Tropical Khaya
Number of Frets 20
Neck joint at 14th fret
Scale Length (inch) 25.59
Nut Width (inch) 1.69
Finish Natural
Amplification Piezo
Pickup Active/Passive Active
Pickup Brand Lag
Pickup Model DirectLรขg system
Left-Friendly? No
Left/Right Handed Right Handed
Made In China
GTIN 14 3700166308350

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