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Lame Horse LH14 'CoCo' Acoustic Guitar


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The LH-14 is a recent design by Lame Horse guitars and made its debut at the Montreal Guitar Show 2011. The vintage styling is a departure from Chris and Jeremy Jenkins’ more radical Saddle Pal and Elko designs and harks back to the Gibson, Kay and Stella guitars of the early C20th.

The LH-14 is the first Lame Horse instrument with a 14 fret neck and features a proprietary neck adjustment system which allows you to raise and lower the action instantly. Very handy!

  • Name : Lame Horse LH14 'CoCo' - Cocobolo / Engelmann Spruce
  • Top : Englemann Spruce
  • Back and Sides : Cocobolo
  • Scale : 25 inches
  • Fingerboard and Headplate : Ebony, Bound with ebony and fine white purfling
  • Neck : Four piece Honduran Mahogany and Ebony. Playing action is adjustable under full string tension.
  • Nut and Saddle : Bone
  • Bridge Pins : Ebony with the Lame Horse Parisian Eye
Additional Features :
Rear access panel for easy updates and repairs to the inside of the guitar, horse good luck fetish hand carved by the Zuni Indians of New Mexico, USA inside the guitar.
Side braces of Honduran mahogany with inlay.
Bubinga horse inlay at 1st fret.
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