The Loar LH301T Fully-hollow mahogany body & neckJason Lollar P90 (upgrade)Solid wood pickguard (upgrade)Comes with gig bag
I love how this guitar comes across as a traditional jazz box, sort of a very affordable ES-125, and also works great as a thinline acoustic, with a surprisingly big acoustic voice. I have strung it up with heavy jazz strings, flatwounds, and also bright bronze acoustic strings, and it's been a great guitar for all the related styles. It doubles as a jazz box or just a strum-along porch guitar. The finish is really beautiful. And the tone is warm from the mahogany and very solid neck. It is a great guitar at this price point. I would be happy if it hung around my studio some more, but I just invested in a pricey Gibson, and so it doesn't get played nearly as much. I believe that guitars should be played, so I'm putting it up for sale in my shop.
The Lollar P90 sounds great. If you know about Jason Lollar, you know that he makes some of the best P90 pickups on the market (other types too). The pickguard is also solid wood. This may help the tone somewhat. I can say that it is very solid feeling. There is one blemish, a hole where someone installed a strap button just under the lower bout where the neck joins the body. I removed it for easier access to upper frets. Invisible when you're playing it.
I'm including a gig bag with the guitar.
Made In:United States