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Larrivée L-09
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Larrivée L-09

Other Steel String Guitar from Larrivée belonging to the 09 Rosewood Artist series.

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Larrivée L-09Published on 01/18/10 at 02:00
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Guitar factory in Canada in shape between the large auditorium and the Dreadnought. table pica solid background and fishplates rosewood, mahogany neck, fingerboard and bridge with ebony.
20 frets and Schaller: Mechanical button with plastic imitation ebony. it is well done but hey I prfr in metal or ebony A veritable that price.
I think the change by Gotoh Sgs 510, MODEL high end of very good quality. I have it on 2 other guitars and it's really great. Plus it's beautiful!
I have not pure acoustics of electronics, I find a personal best.

UTILIZATION

the body is painted in bright and the neck is satin. it's really enjoyable to play. the quality of the ebony is not exceptional......
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Guitar factory in Canada in shape between the large auditorium and the Dreadnought. table pica solid background and fishplates rosewood, mahogany neck, fingerboard and bridge with ebony.
20 frets and Schaller: Mechanical button with plastic imitation ebony. it is well done but hey I prfr in metal or ebony A veritable that price.
I think the change by Gotoh Sgs 510, MODEL high end of very good quality. I have it on 2 other guitars and it's really great. Plus it's beautiful!
I have not pure acoustics of electronics, I find a personal best.

UTILIZATION

the body is painted in bright and the neck is satin. it's really enjoyable to play. the quality of the ebony is not exceptional (the lgres asprits and a color close to the Indian rosewood), but it's okay anyway.
no pan privilgier blow for the balance of frequencies. CASC is not keen on a priority. the pan shot is an option I did not want.

SOUNDS

I use it mostly as an accompaniment and rhythmic arpges and no need to put the poetry ... an agreement and you will understand.
sound even talking about him!

OVERALL OPINION

I've had 2 years. I use D'Addario 11-52 in the fingers or mdiator (a Dunlop Jazz III). depending on your technique it will grate your attack because everything is heard!
the slightest nuance of the matriau mdiator, its thickness and so on ...
I like the sound of this guitar and his musical sensibility. may be a bit too bright for me but these advantages make me become "Tolra.
The report quality price is more than correct. I just rserve as stated above on: Mechanical but they are very well their job.
It is a guitar for lovers of fine stringed instruments, understated and elegant, it sounds beautifully.
It was fun to play and that's the point.
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  • Manufacturer: Larrivée
  • Model: L-09
  • Series: 09 Rosewood Artist
  • Category: Other Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 06/14/2008

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