Lame Horse LH-14's have arrived!

We are delighted to announce the arrival of two beautiful LH14 models from Lame Horse Guitars in Texas USA. The LH 14 is a super responsive, vintage style blues machine with a selection of more modern features that really make it stand out.

Meet Marianne.


With finely braced Engelmann spruce top and sinker mahogany back and sides this is a very lively little guitar with a thump in the bass end that you'd normally only associate with a vintage instrument.


The Shirley Temple nitro finish lets the natural beauty of the wood shine through.


In this case Lame horse have added to the vintage factor with a 3D carved ivoroid rosette. Very cool!


Like all Lame Horse guitars Marianne features a full adjustable neck allowing you to tweak the action even under full tension!


There's also an easy access door to fit or change any pickup you fancy!


The 7-piece laminate neck is rock solid (there's three laminates of diamond wood in there too!)


Check this gorgeous guitar out right here!

And if you'd prefer something a little darker then look no further...


For more information about Lame Horse Guitars check out this Talking Guitar interview with Chris and Jeremy Jenkins!

To book an appointment or to learn more about these wonderful instruments please get in touch


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