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The Loar LH-350 BK
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  • flamenco75flamenco75

    great tone and playability .. bluffed

    The Loar LH-350 BKPublished on 09/12/14 at 17:36
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Same features as the 350 but in black Vs.
    Made in China.
    One knob for volume.

    UTILIZATION

    Fairly large handle very nice.
    Venetian Cutting fact that happens to most acute notes.

    SOUNDS

    Ideal for the Jazz, warm sound for gypsy as I think.
    Roland Micro Cube Amp
    Roland AC 60 amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two months, bought to take him on vacation, I was looking for a model that can sound without an amp. Unhappy with the Godin 5 av, not enough but better sound projection over, I tried this guitar after seeing tests on youtube. I have another very good guitar from a Ardmondt X155 that has a round and mellow. What is very nice with the Loar is its ric…
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    Same features as the 350 but in black Vs.
    Made in China.
    One knob for volume.

    UTILIZATION

    Fairly large handle very nice.
    Venetian Cutting fact that happens to most acute notes.

    SOUNDS

    Ideal for the Jazz, warm sound for gypsy as I think.
    Roland Micro Cube Amp
    Roland AC 60 amp.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for two months, bought to take him on vacation, I was looking for a model that can sound without an amp. Unhappy with the Godin 5 av, not enough but better sound projection over, I tried this guitar after seeing tests on youtube. I have another very good guitar from a Ardmondt X155 that has a round and mellow. What is very nice with the Loar is its rich, dynamic, you can really make it "sound" like an acoustic and vibration, varying attacks. His versatility, lightness, are that it is hard to 'let go'. Sound projection comes from its massive hand-carved table. I do not know, at least it sounds, fingers or with a pick ebony Dugain nets and ropes courses thomastick for example. Plugged into my Microcube or my AC60, the sound is really stunning. The microphone is excellent. Frankly, there are better guitars finished pickgard moves a little, polish a bit rude, but that sound that way I do not know and I'm not talking about more than fair price. This sounds still a bit weaker than acoustic folk, but not far if you attack well. One who sold it to me, was that it sounded too flat acoustic and had problem neighborhood lol. With the experience I remake that choice, quality unbeatable price. I advise, for its playability, sound qualities, its fairly low price, to someone who is an instrument that sounds the most important, if the finish is that there are more important to you to you to see beautiful instrument, everyone finds super nice, especially in gloss black like a piano, but in the details, not what is best.
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