The Loar LH-200 Acoustic

November 9, 2009

The Loar proudly reintroduces the vintage-inspired LH-200 guitar for players looking for an affordable classic blues guitar design. Carefully assembled in the same hand-carved workshop where the best-selling LM-600 and LM-700 hand-carved mandolins are built, the Loar LH-200 has a classic pre-war body style, outstanding features, and the warmth and projection typical of a much-larger guitar.

From the vintage sunburst finish to the open geared butterbean tuners, the Loar LH-200 is modeled after classic small-bodied flat top acoustic guitars from the 1930’s. The guitar features a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides, a mahogany neck, grained ivoroid body binding and a rosewood fretboard.

The LH-200’s smaller body size is great for songwriters and touring musicians who want an acoustic guitar that travels easily and sounds great consistently. Blues players will love the classic tone, reminiscent of the historic blues boxes of the 1920’s and 30’s. The guitar’s vintage sound, looks and features make the LH-200 a perfect choice for all styles of playing.

The LH-200 has a list price of $699.99 and is available now.

The Loar is the leader in handcrafted mandolins and guitars inspired by the Golden Age. For more information on the Loar, visit

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