Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Laguna LAB5CE

I made this baritone guitar out of what I believe to be a 2008 Laguna LAB5CE. It has a chip on the cutaway that is not obvious but I have tried to picture. It also has a couple of dings on the bottom of the back of the neck at the 8th fret that I cannot picture. My hands don’t touch them when I play and I only noticed them when I was polishing the guitar. The guitar is a beautiful highly figured walnut color. It has beautiful mother of pearl and abalone inlays on the headstock and an abalone rosette. I finished it with gold and chrome hardware and a sound port. This guitar is up there with the best sounding guitars I have made and I hope to make more of them if possible. I am selling it on eBay with the pictured case that has some dings and scrapes on the outside but is in great condition on the inside for $575. Sold - Thanks Chad!

Features (From MF Website):

    Body type: Florentine cutaway
    Body wood: laminated bubinga
    Top wood: laminated bubinga
    Scale length: 34" scale
    Neck joint: dovetail
    Neck wood: mahogany
    Fretboard: rosewood
    Rosette: abalone
    Neck shape: C-shaped
    Bridge: rosewood
    Preamp: Fishman Classic 4T with tuner


Scale Length:                34 inches
Nut Width:                    1 11/16 inches
Total Length:                48 1/2 inches
Body Length:                19 3/4 inches
Upper Bout Width:       12 ¼ inches
Lower Bout Width        16 ¼ inches
Body Depth:                 4 3/4 inches

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