Left Handed Lag Guitars

Wondering which left handed Lag guitars are currently available? Well, you’re In the right place!

Lag is a French guitar company based in the Occitania region of southern France. They are well-known for their excellent range of acoustic guitars, ukuleles, and most recently, their HyVibe series of smart guitars.

Does Lag Make Left Handed Guitars?

Left Handed LAG Guitars
A selection of left handed Lag acoustic guitars

Yes! There are currently 9 various left handed Lag guitars available, made up of 8 different steel-string acoustics, and one nylon string classical model.

To break this down even further, we have 5 full-sized acoustics, one classical, one travel-size model, plus 2 guitars from the brand’s HyVibe ‘smart guitar’ series.

Lag Acoustic Guitars

The range of steel string acoustic guitars from Lag all form part of the brand’s Tramontane Series.

This starts with the entry level Tramontane 70 guitars and increases in quality until we reach the flagship Tramontane 318 range. As a result, It is easy to discern the build quality of a Lag acoustic guitar by looking at the number of the model.

TL70D-NAT

The Lag TL70D-NAT is a full-sized dreadnought acoustic from the brand’s entry-level Tramontane 70 series. It is the most affordable steel-string acoustic currently available left handed.

Left Handed LAG TL70D Acoustic Guitar
  • Size : Dreadnought
  • Top : Solid Engelmann Spruce
  • Back/Sides : Sapele
  • Neck : Okoume
  • Fingerboard : Branko Wood
  • Electronics : None

TL70DCE-NAT

The TL70DCE-NAT is the same model as the TL70 above, but adds a cutaway for improved upper fret access as well as electronics to allow for amplified play or recording.

The DirectLag GT2 electronics system features a 3-band equalizer, volume and phase control, plus a handy built-in tuner.

Left Handed LAG TL70DCE Acoustic Guitar
  • Size : Dreadnought
  • Top : Solid Engelmann Spruce
  • Back/Sides : Sapele
  • Neck : Okoume
  • Fingerboard : Branko Wood
  • Electronics : DirectLag GT2

TL88ACE

The TL88ACE is an electro-acoustic guitar from LAG’s Tramontane 88 series. This model features a slightly smaller auditorium sized body that tends to be favored by fingerpickers.

The Stage Lag electronics system features a 3-band equalizer, phase and volume controls, plus a useful in-built tuner. There is also a notch control that you can use to eliminate frequencies that might cause unwanted feedback.

Left Handed LAG TL88ACE Acoustic Guitar
  • Size : Auditorium
  • Top : Solid Engelmann Spruce
  • Back/Sides : Khaya
  • Neck : Khaya
  • Fingerboard : Branko Wood
  • Electronics : Stage Lag

TL118D

The TL118D from the Tramontane 118 range is a dreadnought acoustic with a beautiful solid red cedar top. The back and sides, as well as the neck are made from khaya – also known as African mahogany.

Left Handed LAG TL118D Acoustic Guitar
  • Size : Dreadnought
  • Top : Solid Red Cedar
  • Back/Sides : Khaya
  • Neck : Khaya
  • Fingerboard : Branko Wood
  • Electronics : None

TL118DCE

The TL118DCE is the same model as the TL118D above, albeit with a cutaway for excellent upper fret access. It also features Lag’s Astro Lag electronics system which incorporates a 3-band equalizer, volume, brilliance, phase, and notch controls, plus a built-in tuner.

Left Handed LAG TL118DCE Acoustic Guitar
  • Size : Dreadnought
  • Top : Solid Red Cedar
  • Back/Sides : Khaya
  • Neck : Khaya
  • Fingerboard : Branko Wood
  • Electronics : Astro Lag

Lag Classical Guitars

The range of nylon string Lag guitars all fall under the brand’s Occitania series. As with the Tramontane models, it is easy to discern the quality of one of these guitars by looking at the number following the instrument’s name.

Currently, the only left handed Lag classical guitar is the OCL70 from the entry-level Occitania 70 range.

OCL70

Left Handed LAG OCL70 Classical Guitar
  • Size : 4/4
  • Top : Solid Engelmann Spruce
  • Back/Sides : Sapele
  • Neck : Okoume
  • Fingerboard : Branko Wood
  • Electronics : None

Lag HyVibe Guitars

The HyVibe range of guitars are something a little different to your average acoustic guitars.  Lag refers to this series as being ‘smart guitars’ with a range of innovative new features.

This includes the facility to amplify themselves via an in-built speaker, add a variety of effects, and even to use them as a bluetooth speaker. They also incorporate an acoustic loooper and handy metronome.

Of course, they are also excellent acoustic guitars to boot!

Here is a great demonstration video of one of the HyVibe models that shows off all of the incredible features on this range of guitars.

HyVibe 15 TLHV15DCE

Left Handed LAG HyVibe 15
  • Size : Dreadnought
  • Top : Solid Red Cedar
  • Back/Sides : Khaya
  • Neck : Khaya
  • Fingerboard : Branko Wood
  • Electronics : HyVibe System

HyVibe 30 TLHV30ACE

Left Handed LAG HyVibe 30
  • Size : Auditorium
  • Top : Sitka Spruce
  • Back/Sides : Snakewood and Bocote
  • Neck : Khaya
  • Fingerboard : Branko Wood
  • Electronics : HyVibe System

Lag Travel Guitars

Lag also offers a left handed travel guitar that comes complete with a rugged travel bag for easy transport.

The Micro-Lag electronics system on this model features a 2-band equalizer, volume control and built-in tuner.

Left Handed LAG Travel Acoustic Guitar
  • Size : Travel
  • Top : Khaya
  • Back/Sides : Khaya
  • Neck : Khaya
  • Fingerboard : Branko Wood
  • Electronics : Micro Lag

For More Information:
Lag Guitars Website

Frequently Asked Questions

Who Plays Lag Guitars?

Well-known guitarists who have used Lag guitars include Gus G, Phil Campbell, Jeff Loomis, Josh Rand, and Dweezil Zappa amongst many others.

Where Are Lag Guitars Made?

Lag guitars are designed in the Occitania region of southern France and are built in the brand’s factory in China.


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