The Loar adds a black gloss finish to the 600 Archtop Line
Modeled after American designs from the early 20th century, The Loar's LH-600 archtop guitar is hand-carved from select, graduated woods and features a nitrocellulose lacquer finish for unparalleled acoustic projection. For archtop players who want something unique to set them apart, The Loar is now offering the best-selling LH-600 in a black gloss nitrocellulose lacquer finish.
The Loar Hand-Carved Archtop (LH-600) is an authentic replica of the original archtop acoustic guitars from the 1920's. This all-solid model features a top that is hand-carved from graduated spruce, and hand-carved back and sides made from solid maple.
The new black gloss finish is hand-rubbed with nitrocellulose lacquer for superior acoustic projection. The LH-600 is also outfitted with a one-piece mahogany neck, Gotoh tuners and a compensated adjustable ebony bridge. The body and ebony fretboard are bound with an ivory colored binding to balance the sleek look of the black finish with traditional vintage style.
The LH-600 Hand-Carved Archtop sets a new standard for affordable, professional quality archtop guitars with historically accurate specifications. In all-new black gloss or vintage sunburst, the LH-600 has a list price of $1,199.99 and includes a featherweight case.
For more information, please visit www.theloar.com
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