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The Loar LH-550
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  • The Loar LH-550Published on 01/16/09 at 02:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in Kore amricaine by a company (The Musiclink)
    Table bomb: Epica, Cts and Back: Flamed maple (jolis!) The back and the table his presss
    and not like the sculpts MODEL LH-600 manufactured in China)
    Channel: Saddle
    Available in Sunburst and Natural
    Pitch length 24-5/8 "
    Truss rod adjustable
    14 frets
    Width top box: 11.75 "
    Rocker Width 16 "
    Body depth 4 "
    Handle width: 1-3/4 "
    Body length: 20 "

    Micro (pin adjustable) with floating rglage volume only
    Overall length: 41.25 "

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super comfortable, very easy to play, it's a DLIC! There is no pan shot but CASC to treble is fairly good. It's a guitar trslgre, comfortable size. It is a......
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    Made in Kore amricaine by a company (The Musiclink)
    Table bomb: Epica, Cts and Back: Flamed maple (jolis!) The back and the table his presss
    and not like the sculpts MODEL LH-600 manufactured in China)
    Channel: Saddle
    Available in Sunburst and Natural
    Pitch length 24-5/8 "
    Truss rod adjustable
    14 frets
    Width top box: 11.75 "
    Rocker Width 16 "
    Body depth 4 "
    Handle width: 1-3/4 "
    Body length: 20 "

    Micro (pin adjustable) with floating rglage volume only
    Overall length: 41.25 "

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is super comfortable, very easy to play, it's a DLIC! There is no pan shot but CASC to treble is fairly good. It's a guitar trslgre, comfortable size. It is a "copy" of a L-5 Premire at Gibson: They kept the look, it's a nice guitar but the neck is much more pleasant and finer than L-5. Non-amplified sound is a little thin (they amlior that with the LH-600 MODEL: hotter and longer, but no mic) but was amplified sounds really good, one would believes. Ct playing more bridge is obtained a sound enough gypsy, more toward the neck the sound is hot. So a 9 / 10 because of its non-amplified. For the rest a 10/10.

    SOUNDS

    It is suitable for jazz in all its forms, including: traditional jazz, traditional blues, gypsy jazz. I use as CUB 100W amp home Phil Jones is suitable for any acoustic instrument. With only a rglage volume, we must find the nuances in his playing or in SETTING THE equalizer to the amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I availing oneself of this guitar for 6 months and love j'e any point of view (its look, sound and comfort) is a guitar that is no longer manufactured, I bought USA trs intressant a price ($ 400), but is found GENERALLY between $ 800-1400 to the present day. This is an excellent guitar, and at the price I paid, yes I Rasht on whether to replace it. LH-600 but also tempts me and I'll add a mic this time the.
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