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This particular version of the L-03 features mahogany sides and back which translates into a warm and sweet midrange bloom to pair with the excellent dynamics and crisp yet smooth attack of the Sitka spruce top. Top it off with a very comfortable body shape and subtle elegant visual features like Canadian maple body binding and a herringbone inlaid rosette and you have a guitar that is much fun to play and look at as it is to listen to!!
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Today we are featuring a great instrument for those of you with a thirst for low notes and bass frequencies. This rosewood baritone from Larrivee features a slope shoulder style dreadnought body and Sitka spruce top. This instrument is also available with a Sapele mahogany sides and back. The 27″ scale length allows for much thicker strings and a B to B baritone tuning. The low profile neck shape helps to make an easy transition to the longer scale length. The notes are full, round and fat with a nice amount of sustain. This instrument is perfect for blending a lower voicing in with another guitar or experimenting with songwriting in a lower register!!
Jean Larrivee has been under pressure from his dealers to create an instrument specifically targeted for fingerstyle players. As usual, he has responded with a guitar that has exceeded expectations! His new LSV-11 Fingerstyle debuted at the 2006 Winter NAMM show and immediately created a huge buzz in the industry!