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Old 01-08-2019, 02:05 PM
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Originally Posted by gr81dorn View Post
MOST Loar flat tops have the perfectly fine round C that's medium thick, not skinny at all, but not chunky as you're asking, either. I think the newest one has a skinny V shape.

The Loar does have a pronounced big huge V shape on some of the Archtops.

I've had this exact guitar with one pickup. Their matte finish is awesome and the guitar played and sounded great: https://reverb.com/item/5656173-new-...e-black-finish

This one is a little more, but same neck: https://reverb.com/item/14807818-the...-top-brand-new

Ironically, if you'd take one with a pickup, there are a couple models with the big V neck, full depth and are essentially exactly as above but with picikups and seem to out there for cheaper...

Should be able to find one used or most dealers in these brands are pretty friendly in accepting reasonable offers.
Thanks, I'll keep these in mind moving forward.
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