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" words fail me"

Larrivée P01Published on 06/22/14 at 16:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Made in Canada while massif.
Sitka Spruce Mahogany back and sides, one piece mahogany neck Ebony fingerboard and bridge grained Ivoroid neck binding and heel Chrome Ping tuners 24 "scale 1 11/16" nut width 13 "lower bout 4" body depth
Not really a travel guitar, but it has traveled more than any other in the history of the guitar. She toured the world 70,000 times!
In 2001, a Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield plays "Space Oddity" live on NASA TV on the P-01

UTILIZATION

ebony handle very nice
featherweight
Despite its small size it is a great guitar made on the basis of guitars made early 20th century.
First model from Larrivee, made in Canada in their first factory.
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Made in Canada while massif.
Sitka Spruce Mahogany back and sides, one piece mahogany neck Ebony fingerboard and bridge grained Ivoroid neck binding and heel Chrome Ping tuners 24 "scale 1 11/16" nut width 13 "lower bout 4" body depth
Not really a travel guitar, but it has traveled more than any other in the history of the guitar. She toured the world 70,000 times!
In 2001, a Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield plays "Space Oddity" live on NASA TV on the P-01

UTILIZATION

ebony handle very nice
featherweight
Despite its small size it is a great guitar made on the basis of guitars made early 20th century.
First model from Larrivee, made in Canada in their first factory.

SOUNDS

She has a very sweet sound with strong midrange and a fast attack which makes it a great guitar for blues and ragtime finger picking. It's "no frills" His focus is on excellent quality wood top.
Try the old Led Zeppelin in open tuning and see!

OVERALL OPINION

I try other types parlor, this one is terrible

+ Its all satin matte surface managed to hide all the shots which can catch!
- The lifts are not quite at the level

This is a great quality / price ratio I think.
Yes, I would look for the same model in case of loss.
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  • Manufacturer: Larrivée
  • Model: P01
  • Category: Other Steel String Guitars
  • Added in our database on: 12/15/2008

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