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Larrivee 12 String Acoustic Guitar


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Builder: Jean Larrivee Guitars.
Model: L-09-12 CR 25 (Constructed in 1992).
Serial Number: 25 12492- located on the neck block.
Case/Gigbag: HISCOX Cases of England-black original hardshell case with wine colored padded interior.

Dimensions
Scale Length: 25-1/2 inches.
Neck Shape: flat oval.
Width at Nut: 1-7/8 inches.
String Width at Bridge: 2-3/8 inches.
Overall Length: 42-1/4 inches.
Widest: 16 inches.
Weight: 4-1/2 pounds.

Construction
Neck: One-piece solid figured mahogany neck with hand fit dovetail neck joint, tusq nut, angled headstock with custom abalone eagle inlay.
Fingerboard: African ebony with custom abalone inlays, ivoroid binding.
Body: Canadian sitka spruce top with rosewood back and sides, transparent pickguard, wood body binding.
Finish: Satin sheen urethane finish.

Hardware
Bridge: One piece African ebony with compensated tusq saddle, abalone accents on the string pegs.
Tuners:, Chrome finish.
Strap buttons:
None.
Outputs: N/A.

Electronics
Pickup: N/A.
Controls:
N/A.
Preamp:
N/A.

Condition
Fret wear: Nearly none.
Superficial wear: Two pinhead dings, one located on the back of the body, near the center and one located on the lower edge of the headstock.

Deep wear: None
.
Other: None
.
Hardware wear: None.
Pickups wear: N/A.
Overall Condition: Near Mint.

Purchasing information.
Asking price: $1,300.
Consignment: No.
Trades Considered? No.
Offers Considered? No.
Location (contact): BunnyBass-NC (Jimmy or Kim) 866-227-7436 Toll Free.
 
Comments:

      We at BunnyBass are fortunate to be able to acquire a special instrument such as this guitar that is in near immaculate condition and has such a wonderful sound. The custom inlay work on the fretboard and the flying eagle inlay on the headstock add the finishing touches to a finely made guitar that truly needs to be seen in person to be appreciated. Twelve string guitars can be rather difficult to play, or so I am told by guitarists, but even I was able to bring out some rich sounding chords with my limited guitar ability. In speaking of the sound, one thing certainly comes immediately to my mind when playing this guitar and that is- presence! There is nothing subdued or shy about the volume emanating from this instrument. I guess in short this Larrivee 12 string guitar sounds just as good as it looks!

This instrument is documented in the BunnyBass Musical Instrument Archive.      

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