Roadhouse USA location:
LaRose Guitars Journeyman Supernatural-Brazilian Rosewood Top/Korina Body.
This is the second LaRose Todd D’Agostino built guitar that I have acquired recently and while I was (and still am) completely blown away by the first one, I am even more impressed with this guitar.
These LaRose guitars are quite simply hand-made works of art and even better, they play and sound as good as they look. Which is saying something if you look at everything from the Brazilian top to the Korina body to the INCREDIBLE Curly maple neck.
It is truly laughable how nice this guitar is in its price range. Honestly these guitars could go for double what I am asking still be 100% worth it. The woods are exquisite, the playbility is second to none, (maybe rivaled by some of my Tom Andersons, but thats it) and the tone is to die for. I cannot say enough good things about LaRose guitars. They are truly the total package.
This one is mint condition and comes as pictured with original form-fit Ostrich type leather case as well as the specs, tags and whatnot.
Note-It appears that this guitar was originally slotted for Thro-Bak Pros and then he decided to with the Carondolette low wind humbuckers instead. They sound killer.
If you are looking for something out of the ordinary, handmade, with a ton of mojo, LaRose guitars are second to none. I’m an idiot for selling it and not keeping it for myself.
-Brazilian Rosewood Top.
-Curly Eastern Maple Neck.
-Brazilian Rosewood Fingerboard.
-Mop Dots Inlays.
-Carondolette low wind humbuckers. Very boutique!
-Volume, Tone, 3-way electronics.
-Tone Pros Tom Bridge.
-22 12″ Frets.