Overview

The Loar LH-300 takes its inspiration from the most storied archtop acoustic guitars of the 1920s. The LH-300's top is hand-carved from graduated spruce, sitting atop traditional maple back and sides for that unique archtop tone that helped define a musical era. With up-scale appointments like a bone nut, compensated adjustable ebony bridge, double-bound body and bound neck, the LH-300 also nails the look of vintage archtops and is a joy to play for jazz guitarists and any archtop enthusiasts.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • LH-300
Finish
  • Vintage Sunburst
Year
  • 2010s
Made In
  • China
Categories
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed

From the Price Guide

Reviews for the The Loar LH-300 Archtop Acoustic Guitar
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  • Loar LH-300 Great for a pickup!

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    I have been a guitarist for over 40 years. I have played and owned a few archtops and none had the tone and playability of the Loar except for a Gibson l 50 I used to own. I decided to put a mini humbucker on this guitar since it sounds so sweet and wow! I have a warm tone that usually is achieved w…

  • Really Fun Archtop...

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    This is a pure acoustic, no electric, and no cutout. It is rapidly becoming my favorite acoustic to play. I set it up myself, and put some new strings on it. The factory strings are pure crap. But with new strings, and a bit of setting up, it is just pure fun. I wank on it attempting to lear…

  • Excellent L-5 copy

    Verified Purchase

    I have never played an actual Gibson L-5 from the 1920s, or anything truly similar. I have played a few later vintage archtops from well-known makers. I think that this Loar LH-300 compares favorably with them; so its low price makes it a terrific value. I had read online that these Loar archtops…