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Larrivée PAOM-O3ME  Pete Anderson Signature
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Larrivée PAOM-O3ME Pete Anderson SignaturePublished on 08/23/06 at 01:42
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Vancouver in 1999, this is a guitar "salon" small (in fact, the site Larrivée, they speak of a small model following the coast of a Jumbo). junction sleeve / case is 12 ° to the box as a classic. It has a piezo without adjustment to the body (we imagine it is not pluggable at first sight) but without the need for an external preamp, it remains very light.
The back and sides are flamed maple, maple table (I think), the ebony fingerboard on mahogany neck: beautiful species. Table back and have a beautiful sunburst cardioid.
on the other hand, no frills in terms of pearl inlays.

UTILIZATION

The neck is a joy, even if access to acute is similar to that of a classic that's why......
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Made in Vancouver in 1999, this is a guitar "salon" small (in fact, the site Larrivée, they speak of a small model following the coast of a Jumbo). junction sleeve / case is 12 ° to the box as a classic. It has a piezo without adjustment to the body (we imagine it is not pluggable at first sight) but without the need for an external preamp, it remains very light.
The back and sides are flamed maple, maple table (I think), the ebony fingerboard on mahogany neck: beautiful species. Table back and have a beautiful sunburst cardioid.
on the other hand, no frills in terms of pearl inlays.

UTILIZATION

The neck is a joy, even if access to acute is similar to that of a classic that's why I can not make that 9. This guitar is very easy to play and projects well.

SOUNDS

Particularly suited to fingerpicking, I am always amazed at its versatility. Excellent solo with her a little pearl, it should finally also not too bad to rhythmic arrangements to pick. The amplified sound is very good.

OVERALL OPINION

I for 2 years. I used a Taylor 510 before mounted with a piezo. Since the Larrivee, Taylor was the ... gradually erased (except for the rhythm). Yet I had to € 1000 for sale (the poor man nobody wanted because of his classic tune, she found a refuge at home: a home and family ...), while Taylor worth double.
I fully adopted as it sounds, it is beautiful and very ergonomic. Its sunburst-shaped heart, is not it cute?
This is the perfect companion fingerpicking until we exceed the 13 or 14 box (which is often the case elsewhere)
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  • Manufacturer: Larrivée
  • Model: PAOM-O3ME Pete Anderson Signature
  • Category: Acoustic-electric Folk/Western guitars
  • Added in our database on: 09/24/2006

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