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    Registered User Mike Snyder's Avatar
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    While it is not a look that appeals to me, it appeared to be done in a professional manner. Very classy and garish at the same time. It was the second Loar that I had been close to and it did not have the sound or mojo of Reischmans.
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    Interesting nut(s) on that Loar; bone for the G and D courses and ebony for the A and E courses. Looks to be compensated as well. Thanks for posting the pic Brad.

    Len B.
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    My guess is the bone is loose and not up the the edge of the fingerboard and the strings are holding it on. That much compensation would make it unplayable.
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