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The Loar LH-200
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Jumbo Steel String Guitar from The Loar .

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  • sofa guitar

    The Loar LH-200Published on 02/19/12 at 08:45
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    made in China no defects for this price range that's rare

    UTILIZATION

    handle fairly large and comfortable very easy
    it is very light which bodes well for its

    SOUNDS

    perfect for having a hand on the couch not bulky sound without being huge, normal size, is smooth and precise. His levity him good good feeling vibration and sound that comes out of the box reelement, surprising
    for blues picking and it is perfect or even in open tuning
    treatment of the head with abalone is tasteful

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had three months I allow myself to open cele avoids disrupt my other guitar.
    I am amazed by the value for money, well finished, frets that crochent no, no shots saws inside......
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    made in China no defects for this price range that's rare

    UTILIZATION

    handle fairly large and comfortable very easy
    it is very light which bodes well for its

    SOUNDS

    perfect for having a hand on the couch not bulky sound without being huge, normal size, is smooth and precise. His levity him good good feeling vibration and sound that comes out of the box reelement, surprising
    for blues picking and it is perfect or even in open tuning
    treatment of the head with abalone is tasteful

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had three months I allow myself to open cele avoids disrupt my other guitar.
    I am amazed by the value for money, well finished, frets that crochent no, no shots saws inside of the box, no trace of glue, one strip of bone bridge! tusk pegs, and vintage mechanical quite convincing!
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