Eddie Condon, eat your heart out! Reminiscent of his famous "porkchop," but with six strings and a deep, Flourentine cut, this beautiful Loar LH-650 Hand Carved Archtop Thinbody is a perfect choice for jazz, then and now. The hand-carved spruce top is finished with a gloss Tobacco Burst, and the tortoiseshell pickguard is bound in white/black/white and includes a mounted volume knob for the floating Kent Armstrong Humbucking pickup. This is "hot music in its finest flower."
Color: Tobacco Sunburst
Top Material: Solid Hand-Carved, Hand-Graduated Spruce
Back/Sides Material: Solid, Hand-Carved Flame Maple
Body Finish: Gloss
Neck Profile: "C" Shape
Neck Material: 1-pc Mahogany
Fingerboard Material: Ebony
Fingerboard Binding: Ivory
Scale Length: 24.75"
Number of Frets: 19
Nut Material: Bone
Nut Width: 1.75"
Inlay: Mother of Pearl
Neck Pickup: Kent Armstrong Humbucking
Bridge: Compensated Adjustable Ebony
Tuners: Grover Open-Geared Butterbean
Knobs: Black Plastic
Pickguard: Tortoiseshell, white/black/white purfling
Unique Features: Fleur-de-lys headstock inlay, Flourentine cut