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  • charabonucharabonu

    The Loar LH-650Published on 02/22/13 at 11:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Made in China, carved solid maple and spruce
    Micro mini humbucker
    1 volume knob makes (and slightly reduces the attack with minimal impact to the volume at the start of the race on my copy).
    Junction box-body handle 14 + cutaway.
    Adjustable Ebony bridge
    Handle "U" very classical.
    Very good finish on my copy. No worries reported usually, except for a small mark on the wood (glue or grease) as (beautiful) varnish, and that's all.

    UTILIZATION

    Very enjoyable to play, handle modern therefore more enjoyable to play than most bowls I played jazz. Access to acute is easy, convenient, considering the quality of sound throughout the register.

    SOUNDS

    In acoustics:
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    Made in China, carved solid maple and spruce
    Micro mini humbucker
    1 volume knob makes (and slightly reduces the attack with minimal impact to the volume at the start of the race on my copy).
    Junction box-body handle 14 + cutaway.
    Adjustable Ebony bridge
    Handle "U" very classical.
    Very good finish on my copy. No worries reported usually, except for a small mark on the wood (glue or grease) as (beautiful) varnish, and that's all.

    UTILIZATION

    Very enjoyable to play, handle modern therefore more enjoyable to play than most bowls I played jazz. Access to acute is easy, convenient, considering the quality of sound throughout the register.

    SOUNDS

    In acoustics:
    The acoustic sound is tip top, bright and rich, very well balanced and present (thank you wealth medium) with the signing of the construction archtop (clear-cut attack).
    It works very well for the whole range of its jazz, blues roots. Very nice in gypsy swing, but it would be a shame to limit it to that. Or bossa, or casseroles Mandingo ... my fingers are much less versatile it!

    In Electrical
    Very warm, round, "we feel the wood" :-)
    Super balanced and dynamic sound even with strings (adjustable pads micro help much).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bought it a little over a month, and many played since!

    it's been a few years since I was looking for a guitar to assist my little acoustic jazz-its-that-tears-but-playable-as-a-cinderblock. I was looking for a good guitar acoustic and easily amplifiable (for me = with a micro electromagnetic), multipurpose all-terrain type. And most importantly, easy to play.

    I tried dozens of guitars for it, until things for which the bank robbery is the only reasonable solution to funding.

    And last year, a Loar 700. Revelation thunderbolt. Price / quality ratio hallucinating. Just what I was looking for ... by adding a humbucker and a cutaway. (LH650 has the 2).
    Few months to continue to try to find the scratch without finding rare (even putting twice as much $ $), a moment of madness on a site well-known German, a big box that does not fit in the box letters ... and days of music.

    Needless to say, I am super happy with my purchase?
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