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Larrivee L-10 Jester SOLD

Today we are featuring a beautiful Larrivee L-10 with a Jester headstock inlay. This guitar is dressed up to the nines with its master grade wood sets and abalone inlays. Stunning visual impact and beautifully well balanced tone make this one sweet flat top!!

Jean Larrivee began building guitars in 1968 as a one-man workshop in Toronto. Over the years his commitment to producing the finest instruments has remained constant. Whether flying to Europe to personally select the next shipment of rosewood, walking a log boom off the coast of British Columbia looking for the perfect spruce log, or applying his woodworking skills on the production floor, Jean Larrivee has always gone the extra mile to ensure his guitars are the very best. The entire Larrivee family, including Wendy, Matthew and John Jr. are heavily involved in a very “hands on” daily basis in the production of these high quality professional grade acoustic instruments.

Back in the early seventies a young Jean-Claude created the L body shape which has become a staple of the Larrivee guitar line. This body shape is similar to a classical body shape and features a Symmetrical Parabolic X-Bracing pattern. This helps to provide an exceptionally well balanced instrument with great sustain and dynamics. Over the last forty years this model has been embraced by professional and serious amateur musicians around the world as possibly the most versatile flattop steel string guitar design in our business.


Larrivee L body
Master grade Sitka spruce top and Sitka spruce bracing
Master grade Indian rosewood
Chrome 18:1 tuners
African ebony fretboard and bridge
25.5″ scale length
1 3/4″ nut width
Abalone rosette, purfling and fretboard inlay
Canadian maple binding
Bone nut, saddle and bridge pins
Jester Headstock inlay
Larrivee hardshell case
Price $3100

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