What guides do the Excel series rods have?
If you give the guys some time I'm sure they will come up with something. They don't have someone just seating there looking at this site. If you look at the dates some times there is weeks between the posts from potential customers, many times the longtime users like me answer the questions.
Email them or pick up the phone for quick answers.
To give you my best guess, the spinning rods look like they have American Tackle reelseats and guides, the casting rod has a Fuji blank through reelseat and Am Tack guides. Both guides look like Halide (Aluminum Oxide) material to me.
I've used Lamiglas for well over 20 years. Rarely do I need a rod repaired, but when I do they're right on the job with it. I've seen 4 inch and bigger rod tubes coming in from Alaska and other places from guides/charter boats over the years for repairs/replacements getting worked on. Huge ammo boxes of reels end up at Ollie Damon's from the same people for repairs. I've never heard a bad word about either company in all that time about their work or business ethic.
No one knows as much as all of us.
As always, thank you for your answer to the previous questions. We here at Lamiglas try to answer every question that comes in to us. In an instance such as this when we may miss a new thread, we are fortunate enough to have some awesome opinions and educated answers from many of our Rod Squad users. Since it is a public "forum," we encourage everyone to take part in offering there opinion and advice to Lamiglas users, and/or people looking to get a new Lamiglas rod they may not have used before. You can also feel free to e-mail us direct, or call the main office with questions.
Regarding 1Ghost's post which looks like it is involving our warranty. I apologize for your troubles. I am not left with a lot of information, but I can tell you we do stand behind our product and our warranty. With that said, our warranty is a "Limited Lifetime Warranty" and it covers defects in materials and workmanship of the rod. It is not a "guarantee" and doesn't cover incidental damage, normal wear and tear or any other unfortunate accident that may happen.
Thanks again and tight lines.
Lamiglas Rod Squad Guru
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