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    The Loar LH280-C Archtop Electric Guitar

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    Product Description

    Based on a classic Florentine cutaway design, the Loar LH-280 offers players classic archtop style in a versatile electric guitar.

    Loar LH-280 Electric Guitar Features

    • Maple Top
    • Maple Back and Sides
    • Mahogany Neck with Vintage C Profile
    • Bound Rosewood Fretboard
    • Grover Butterbean Tuning Machines
    • 2 Humbuckers
    • 2 Volume, 2 Tone Controls
    • Tune-o-Matic Bridge
    • Bone Nut, 1-3/4” Width
    • 24-3/4” Scale Length
    With a maple top, maple back and sides and two custom-wound Loar humbuckers, the LH-280 is a perfect jazz-blues-rock machine. The 24-3/4” scale will be familiar to players of vintage electrics, and the 1-3/4” bone nut and tune-o-matic floating bridge give it powerful punch and singing sustain.

    Bridging the gap between jazz, rock, and blues, this versatile archtop from The Loar does it all; smooth clean tones alternate with heavy crunch all packed in a classy tuxedo of a guitar.

    Product Specifications
    The Loar LH280 Archtop Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Top: Maple
    • Back and Sides: Maple
    • Neck: Mahogany with Vintage C Profile
    • Fretboard: Bound Rosewood
    • Headstock Inlay: The Loar Mother-of-Pearl
    • Finish Type: Gloss
    • Tuning Machines: Grover Butterbean
    • Scale Length: 24-3/4"
    • Truss Rod: Two way
    • Frets: 19
    • Binding: Ivory
    • Bridge: Tune-o-Matic
    • Upper Bout: 11-1/2"
    • Lower Bout: 16"
    • Nut, Width: Bone, 1-3/4"
    • Depth: 3-3/4"
    • Body Length: 20-1/4"
    • Total Length: 40-1/2"
    • Pickup: 2x The Loar Humbuckers
    • Controls: 2 Volume, 2 Tone
    • Item: LH-280-C
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    Too bad the neck is so cheesy
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    I bought the 304t and while the body is nice the neck is a joke. The neck joint construction is like a violin and floats over the body and is very poor. The strap button is right on the neck where your hand slides in the cutaway making it impossible to play without lifting up your hand. The neck only has 19 frets... Is this a joke or what? I owned a real 1977 Gibson ES175 Thinline and this guitar would have been nice with a real neck. It looks good on the wall however.
    Gary Hayes, garyhayes644@yahoo.com
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    Great bang for the bucks!
    What is your opinion of this product?
    This guitar plays as good as my 1991 Gibson ES-175. If it came with 10-46 strings it play better. When it arrived I got out the dental mirror and flashlight to check for any excess glue inside, I couldn't find a single drop. The P/U's are 7.6 neck and 8.2 bridge. I don't know if they are alnico or ceramic but IMHO they sound great. The neck feels like a '58 Les Paul and the frets are dressed perfect, no sharp edges and it doesn't fretout when you bend (although it hard to bend the HEAVY strings that come on it. Bottom line for the money it is a great guitar. Good word Loar and great price AMS.
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