Searching for a guitar with an absolutely classic style and tone? Congratulations, you've found it. The Loar guitars are the very definition of 'exceptional', from their gorgeous looks to their name (in honor of Gibson master luthier Lloyd Loar). Of course, the most important thing is how they sound, and with their vintage craftsmanship based on original Loar designs from 1919 to 1924, these guitars do not disappoint. They're built with care using century-old handcrafting techniques and concepts, and the result is a line of guitars that seem as though they were shipped in a time machine from that golden age.
When you perform, your stage presence depends almost as much on your appearance as it does on your acoustics. That's one of the great things about The Loar guitars: they're amazing on both counts, so your audiences will have a treat for ears and eyes alike. Need something that's ready to go whenever you are? Check out the LH-200 Small Body Acoustic-Electric Guitar (or its acoustic counterpart if you're not planning to plug in). These compact instruments are perfect for songwriters and touring musicians in need of a portable guitar with full-sized sound.
Some of The Loar's most timeless designs are their vintage and jazz-inspired archtop models, including the LH-300, LH-600 and LH-650 Cutaway. Finished in hand-buffed nitrocellulose lacquer for a uniquely golden-age look, these are beautiful instruments whether you're a solo artist or part of an ensemble. The Loar archtop guitars are traditional in the best possible sense of the word: modern-day relics of the early 1920s that keep vintage tone alive and well on stages all over the world.
What do you like best about The Loar guitars? Is it their classic design? Maybe the flawless craftsmanship or, of course, their completely unique tone and character? Whatever attracts you to these stunning instruments, you're on the right track. If you like the idea of a sound and playing experience that's a century strong, The Loar guitars are the way to go.