Here’s a "The Loar" LH-700-VS acoustic archtop. Nice guitar, and substantially more affordable than a vintage 16” Gibson L-5 on which it is based, or the lovely '34 L-7 I recently sold. This one is as-new, and plays great. You can put a floating pickup on it easily, or wail away in acoustic mode. Add a pickguard, or not.

$1,875 takes it away, including a decent gig bag or a hardshell case. Currently strung with a set of PB .012 strings, but I can put on something else if I have them. I’ll ship it anywhere, for the cost of shipping. Payment via cashex, IEMT, PayPal F&F, - all good.

Specs:
Model Number - LH-700-VS
Model Name - The Loar Deluxe All Solid Carved Archtop
Body Shape - Deep Body Archtop - 16" wide
Top - Hand carved Solid AAA Spruce
Back - Hand carved Solid Flamed Maple
Rims - Solid Flamed Maple
Bracing - Parallel
Top Braces - Sitka Spruce
Neck - Figured Maple
Neck Profile - Vintage V
Neck Joint - Dovetail
Fretboard - Ebony
Scale Length - 24 3/4"
# of frets - 19
Nut - Bone
Headstock Overlay - Black
Headstock Inlay - Pearl and Abalone
Tuning Machines - Nickel Butterbean
Body Binding - Ivory Colour
Bridge - Ebony
Bridge Shape - Vintage Loar
Saddle - Ebony, Compensated
Finish - Gloss Vintage Sunburst

Come on down and get your Eddie Lang on!

I'll post nut width, neck depth later, but it's not huge at all - very playable.