The Loar LH-200 Small-Body Acoustic Guitar Natural 

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A small-bodied guitar with strong, full tone.

Inspired by the incredible craftsmanship and design of the Golden Age, The Loar LH-200 is an acoustic guitar with a classic pre-war body style, outstanding features, and a strong, full tone. From the vintage sunburst finish to the open gear butterbean tuners, The LH-200 is modeled after small-bodied flat top acoustic guitars from the 1930's.

The acoustic guitar features a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides, a mahogany neck, ivory-colored body binding and a rosewood fretboard.

This model also features a bound peghead with a delicate fern inlay in abalone and mother-of-pearl by veteran designer Greg Rich. Following early 20th century bracing patterns, the LH-200 has an incredibly lightweight body that delivers outstanding projection.

The LH-200's smaller body size is great for songwriters and touring musicians who want a great sounding acoustic guitar to take to the stage. The guitar's beautiful looks and vintage features are appealing for all playing styles. Case sold separately.

Call or click to order this high-quality small-bodied acoustic guitar today.


LH-200 Small-Body Acoustic Guitar Specifications:

  • Top: Solid Spruce
  • Back & Sides: Mahogany
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Headstock Inlay: Abalone/M.O.P.
  • Finish Type: Natural Gloss
  • Finish Options: Vintage Sunburst
  • Tuning Machines: Butterbean, Open
  • Scale Length: 25.5"
  • Truss Rod: Fully Adjustable
  • Frets: 19
  • Binding: Ivoroid
  • Bridge: Rosewood
  • Upper Bout: 10.75"
  • Lower Bout: 14.75"
  • Nut, Width: Bone, 1-11/16"
  • Depth: 4.25"
  • Body Length: 20.25"
  • Total Length: 41.25"
  • Case sold separately
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Nice Guitar--Nice Price

By John Ferrell

from Undisclosed

Comments about The Loar LH-200 Small-Body Acoustic Guitar:

I've had the Loar LH-200 for a couple weeks now and I have to say it is excellent. It came with a pickguard in the box that you can put on if you like, I chose not to for now. I may be putting a preamp and pickup in, and then I would probably stick it on. I hate to do anything to this relatively inexpensive guitar, as I like it so much to sit and pluck around on--but I bought it with the idea that I would put a pickup system in it. I'm now thinking I may just put an under the saddle pickup and use an external preamp so i don't spoil the look. The action was playable when I received it, but with the medium gauge strings was a little high, so I took a little off the saddle and it is perfect for me, now. I was pleased that the saddle and nut are both bone--when sanding the saddle it smelled like a dentists office. The workmanship is very nice for a guitar that cost me under three hundred. This really does rival guitars costing much more. I have not purchased a case for it yet, and will have to do so. I just leave it on a stand in the family room and it's always there ready for me to pick up and play. I like this thing so much that if I had to get rid of all 8 of my guitars, this would probably be the one that I keep. If you are looking for a small bodied acoustic like this one, and are on a budget, I recommend this one.

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Loar LH-200 small body acoustic

By blues by the beer

from jacobsburg, ohio

Comments about The Loar LH-200 Small-Body Acoustic Guitar:

I love it! I fingerpick the blues and the mids shine through, which is what I want. I love the craftmanship, the look (vintage, pre-ww II) and the feel. The Loar LH-200 is a lot of quality for not a lot of money.

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