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 Jenkinsâ€™ 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 'GILLIAN' - HONDURAN MAHOGANY / ENGELMANN SPRUCE.
- Top : Englemann Spruce, Awabi Abalone rosette.
- Back and Sides : Sinker Honduran Mahogany - Recovered from the rivers of Belize after being submerged for more than 100 years. Sides are lined with curly maple for strength and stiffness.
- Binding : American Holly with double b/w/b violin purfling all around.
- Scale : 25 inches
- Fingerboard and Headplate : Ebony, Bound with ebony and fine white purfling
- Neck : Seven piece Honduran Mahogany and Dymondwood. Playing action is adjustable under full string tension.
- Nut and Saddle : Bone
- Bridge Pins : Ebony with the Lame Horse Parisian Eye