The playing action on all finely made acoustic guitars changes some over time. String pull, humidity (and lack of humidity), and temperature variations all change the playing action. All Lame Horse guitars are equipped with a system which allows the player to quickly and easily dial in the perfect playing action whenever necessary.
The rear access panel on all Lame Horse guitars makes it very easy to visualize and work on the inside of our acoustic guitars. Installing or changing electronics is a breeze. It also gives us a pallet for artwork and a chance to show of the interiors of our guitars.
All of our necks are made from 5-13 pieces of material. This helps relieve any stresses present in the wood that might cause movement. The addition of 4-12 glue joints contributes greatly to stability. Aside from being super stable, we feel, the multi piece necks are very beautiful.
All Lame Horse guitars have sides made up of a normal, bent, solid tone wood side with a decorative wood veneer laminated to the inside of it. Not only does this make for a beautiful side that will resist cracking, but the glue joint locks the rim's shape, overcoming any tendency to spring back. It allows us to glue tops and backs on to the sides out of a mold, without the use of spreaders - removing any tension placed on the top or back by helping to hold the shape of the guitar.
Decorative side braces are just that - more decorative than structural. With all of our sides being two ply, these side braces just allow us to carry the decorative theme of the guitar to the inside of the instrument. We feel decorating the inside of the guitar as well as the outside is another way we can make an emotional connection with the player, and show off our dedication to attention to detail. All of our instruments also contain a good luck fetich inside.
All of our instruments come in a Calton case. We decided that there is no better case around. They are all perfectly custom fitted to every instrument with plush padding, and are pretty much indestructible. On a recent trip to the factory to pick up some cases, the Calton guys asked Jeremy and his friend to run over a case on the parking lot as a test. They did. The case was undamaged. We feel good about traveling anywhere, any way, with our instruments in a Calton.