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Larrivée LV-03E
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padl83 padl83
Publié le 12/12/06 à 08:02
Hand made in Canada,
20 frets
Dreadnought, cutaway (Larrivé body)
Solid mahogany neck (one pice)
Table select Canadian sitka pica.
Table edge in Saddle massif.
Wicker covers back and solid mahogany.
Prampli LR Baggs: nocth, tune, phase, treble, middle bass, volume) $
Micro in the saddle.

UTILIZATION

The handle is perfect! it slides IDAL, and especially: the fingerpicking on these guitars is great.
Access in acute is childish, and sounds to the end. Beautiful harmonics.
Ergonomics is specially, personally, I played the position "classical guitar" on the left knee. She, moreover, trslgre!
The sound is wonderful, unique. Comparing these often trs Taylor and Martin guitars, but in terms of price, Martin abused his quality for the same price adgringol (1731) was a dirt with the martin logo here tural guitar is a professional, but without the pearl dcoration etc ... good for the vain as the manufacturer says John Larive.
Taylor remains in suprieur microphones: the 314ce there a microphone in the box and into the handle, giving it a better prsence amplified on the other hand in acoustics, the Larrivé e me Parrat suprieure CLEARLY!
One would think that there is an amp in the box as it sounds good.

SOUNDS

It's a versatile guitar trs. I trs Jazz & Blues, but I often play the pop / rock with, and it has nothing to envy others.
There is no blame this wonder, if only LR Baggs (prampli) may be forgetting a guitar vibrates ... and they found nothing better than to put the springs that vibrate prampli ds that attacks the guitar.
A short tour in the luthier you arrange for a 5, but this is not the case for all models.

OVERALL OPINION

I have a few months, and for some DCEN ... I never found a guitar with such personality and yet I tried a lot.
+ + + Of the Larrive is its sound (a of course), and sober.
The - is that we should put the seagull pramplis without springs that puts it in his guitars. but once it is arrang rve.
CONSILL STRONGLY.
1731 Belgium
1320 U.S. dollars.
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