Archtop Cutaway

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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



Specifications & Features

Item: LH-280-C Archtop Cutaway
Top: Maple
Back & Sides Maple
Neck: Mahogany with Vintage "C" Profile
Fretboard: Bound Padauk
Headstock Inlay: "The Loar" Mother-of-Pearl
Finish Type: Gloss
Finish Options: Black, Vintage Sunburst
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