Looking to upgrade your guitar but haven’t yet pledged allegiance to any of the major manufacturers? After having the chance to enjoy and extended chat with Jean Larrivee at the North Vancouver Long and McQuade store a few years ago, he confirmed that the trim and finish don’t add up to anything acoustically….it’s the quality of the wood, the design, and the construction that count. 0; Total Length: 37 3/4" Body Length: 19 1/8" Body Width Any help would be appreciated, I’m curious about its value now. The steel-string tradition was identified entirely with the United States. He showed me the supply of wood he has in his factory, and could tell me when and when he picked out each batch. I am cosidering buying a Larrivee P05 custom for $2800 new but a Martin 00 17s is $2300 both are 12 frets which should I buy. How can I get my Larrivee guitar appraised? (1 992b). Larrivée's classical background is obvious in the style of his guitars. I own a couple of Guilds, a Michael Kelly MKD52,an Alvarez PF90SC, and a Blueridge BR-140, and that’s just my all solid wood acoustics. I have a JV10-E that I purchased in 2006. It’s not an either/or situation with Larrivee and Taylor, just a matter of which one you buy first. Each is recognizable in its own regard. Canadian folk legend Stan Rogers writes on the jacket of his album Turnaround: "Special thanks to Grit Laskin, luthier, who built one magnificent guitar.". The 314 is smooth and mellow with it’s mahogany body and is pure and relaxing. Manzer added: "Larrivée pioneered a new style of steel-string acoustic guitars. "Heavenly Harmonies." (1994). I mean, there was that kind of openness and support.". Both guitars have crystal clear tone without the overpowering lower register of the Martin guitar. ( sorry neighbours ).The difference was amazing. Miller, Mark. For early builders, lutherie was not an art: it was a living (Cumpiano, 50). I have 4 other Martin mid range guitars. I have Canadian built Larrivee 000-03, Spuce/ Mahagony for sale. Thanks to Ukulele Music for the shout out! I live here in South Korea and there are many guitar shops where one can sit down and try all the guitars. The price point on Larrivees is very hard to beat, and I’d put my LV-10 (it is stunning) up against any other, and I’ve had many Taylors, Martins and Larrivees (the C-10 perhaps my fave of all). Specifications include a Canadian Sitka spruce top, rosewood back and sides, abalone rosette, abalone purfling, and a mahogany neck. I have a OM-02 but it has a 2 piece neck. Serial number 113210. I have been all over since, including visits to Gruhn’s and Mandolin Bros, plus every guitar shop in London and most of the UK. It came home and, maybe I imagined it but, it just kinda yawned at a Taylor 412GC and a Martin HD-28, both as old as I am. It’s the primary guitar I play, I’ve had it since 1993 I bought it online from Elderly Instruments, my very first online purchase 1,500.00. Before I conclude , I’ll make special mention of one of their most popular guitars: the Larrivee Parlor guitar. Anyone else willing to help me find out wnat a Larivee serial number 03702l. It is the most musical acoustic guitar I’ve ever owned. I had never heard of Larrivée guitars as I was fixated on MartinGuitars. The parlor has the same nut width (1 3/4″) as the full-size Larrivée guitars so the playability feels the same. For your information, Chris Hadfield is a Canadian astronaut. The top is made of solid spruce, the back and sides of solid rosewood, the neck is made of mahogany and the fretboard and the bridge of ebony. A Vancouverite, Dunn is famous for his brilliant and refined replicas of guitars made by the legendary Italian luthier, Mario Maccaferri. (1994). . How Taylor achieves such fantastic neck action I don’t know, but both my 6 string and my 12 string (Jumbo 355) Taylors almost play themselves. Hope this helps, if you haven’t already found that out.. Sustain is the clearest and longest of any guitar I have owned. Aside from the “wow” factor of a Larrivée, the “value” factor is the most cited benefit among owners of the guitar. My jumbo has a b-band A1 pickup/preamp that always gets compliments from the crowds. By taking a classical guitar’s shape but slightly increasing its size, the Larrivée L-body would become his signature, and it remains unique in the steel-string world to this day. The luthiers are good friends; anyone who makes a discovery shares it with the others, so that all might move one step closer to building the "finest guitar in the world," a challenge which Grit Laskin says "is what it's all about" (1987, 40). Equinox 13/74 (Mar/Apr): 58-66. Non-cutaway (15) Single cutaway (2) Accessories Included. OK, I own my Larrivee now, and it is easily the best guitar I own. The Larrivée L body shape is comfortable to play, because of its narrow waist. Acoustic Guitar 3 (Jan/Feb): 50-53. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! I own a 2008 Taylor 210CE which for a cheaper Taylor holds its own IMO against some of the bigger boys. In terms of action, I think that at this price point it should go without saying that all Larrivée guitars come with extremely low action, making them a dream to play. Highly recommended! Too much high end and no bottom at all. "Manzer, Linda" In Helmut Kailman et al., eds. Morgan soutient que ce qui prime dans l'apport de Larrivée, c'est la tradition d'ouverture qu 'il a établie parmi ses disciples. An original body shape suitable for all types of music with a solid Sitka spruce top and rosewood back and sides. Construction defects that were glaring. It matched the sound I dreamed of and became an instant friend, confidant and a part of the family. I don’t own a Larivee yet. I’m going for the Larrivee P-10 Custom used but in Mint Condition $1800 and change, After watching and listening to video after video and reading review after review I feel I’m ready to dive in and make this purchase, actually I may be trading a 2013 Gibson Memphis Custom Shop 59′ reissue ES-330 for the aforementioned Larrivee parlor P-10 Custom. I have played on and off for 35 years. Happened with Gretsch too. There is something more happening than just the wood and the strings and the bone" (Revkin, 66). Martin. I bought the second one. An outstanding guitar top to bottom. But in 2001 I decided to look out for a second acoustic, so I checked out some Lakewoods (they never could reach mine), Martins and Taylors. Do you have the same So much so that perhaps you’re looking to purchase one yourself – or at least find out what all the fuss is about surrounding this unique guitar. While Larrivée was learning his craft, there were several fine classical guitar makers in western Canada, most notably Canadian native Michael Dunn. The larrivee L-03R Rosewood Standard Series Acoustic Guitar is the original Larrivee body shape created over 40 years ago. My wife surprised me with the gift of a guitar purchase. With its Larrivée body shape (the favorite of the company) is made of quality woods selected by Jean Larrivée himself. You won’t be disappointed in this regard. I agree with you – the Larrivee has a very striking appearance that leaves an impression on anybody who sees it. The Larrivée L-03 model uses the L-shaped body style of Larrivée, which is smaller than a dreadnought. Congratulations to you for having a wife who is supportive, that too is rare, as rare as a good 12 string!! I too have a L-03 12 string and could not believe such an instrument existed in the 12 string form. Despite the name “Stagepro Element,” this L.R. In 2013, a Canadian astronaut named Chris Hadfield floated through the International Space Station strumming the song Space Oddity on his parlor guitar. Great bottom end in the Larrivee but a nice, clear high end with great projection. The "S" in LS-3 stood for Strat* derived body (Larrivee Strat*-style -3 pickup), while an LT-2 would have been a Tele* derived body. And the Baby Taylor sounds like an overpriced kid’s guitar. I also wanted to know that same question for an LV-05 I just bought, and I found it by going to Larrivee Manufacture Date Lookup. thank you very much for this great revieuw of this great guitar company! Any thoughts on sunburst OM 50? I have Canadian built Larrivee 000-03, Spuce/ Mahagony for sale. They do not compete against each other, but rather, with each other, always urging each other on toward the same goal. Of Larrivée's pupils, three rank with the finest makers in the world: William "Grit" Laskin, David Wren, and Linda Manzer. He is very, very talented." I also worry about the bridge pulling and the face distorting from the tension there. I have played other Larrivees and it pretty much the same story although the characteristics of different models do set it apart from the L series. First discovered it researching Oscar Schmidt Stellas. Great for finger style, strumming, and flat picking. Body designs were not copies, exactly, but they were certainly derivative. This makes for a strong tone wood but sometimes a muted tone too. Overall, this parlor guitar makes for an excellent songwriting guitar or even a beginner guitar. A local player has a Larrivee dread that is just to die for, and I was looking for a 12-fret blues box when I found this one on Reverb. It´s much easier to play than any other guitar I touched before – I´m not talking about the low action (this can be adjusted for every good guitar), I mean all the impression like the lovely profile of the neck, the feedback of the body, it´s great! I went home with a SD-40R and I am now in the process of selling all of my Martin’s. I truly love this guitar. You are absolutely right! In a market saturated by hundreds of tiny guitar-makers but dominated by only a handful, Larrivée has distinguished itself as a quality guitar that has been a workhorse of musicians across the globe for decades. To my experiences when ever I tried to record and that is often, there was always something missing. In 2013, the Canadian-born company was moved completely to the U.S. where all manufacturing currently takes place. I was amazed that there is little distortion and the ebony bridge shows no sign o pulling. According to Linda Manzer: Early on, Stan Rogers, Bruce Cockburn, and many other Canadian musicians gave the novice luthiers unfaltering support, desperately needed if they were to succeed in giving Canada a steel-string guitar building tradition it could call its own. Baggs pickup. If you haven’t gotten yours yet, I can’t encourage you enough to keep it in mind. The Larrivees are 12 fretters, but all play very well. I teach at Lakeland CC. Finish: Bracing Pattern: Rosette: Top Purfling: Body Binding: Heel Cap: Fingerboard Binding: Bridge Style: Pick Guard: … This Larrivee is the first guitar I ever bought that I didn’t have at least some buyers remorse. Guitar Sizes and Types. His inlay work is very, very interesting. I fingerpick blues and the wide spacing between the strings makes playing a lot easier. This Lakewood that I picked out was an real outstanding one. In terms of playability, every Larrivée I’ve ever picked up easily compares with any Martin or Taylor I’ve played. ?” Then I I really gush. In Linda Manzer's words, "The most difficult part of designing a guitar is finding the delicate balance between keeping the instrument from ripping apart, while at the same time keeping the instrument as delicate as possible.". I’m wondering if it may be discontinued or something else. Rogers, Stan. Present instruments are: 3 Washburn turn of the century “New Models” , 1920’s Washburn 000, Martin turn of the century New York 121, Gibson CF-100 (53) and my latest Larrivee OMV-09 (2004). His job as an auto mechanic provided an income but it wasn’t long before his passion for guitar turned into an interest to become a luthier. This Larrivee has beautiful, clarity and respnds to lightest touch. Hi, I have owned several high end acoustic and currently purchased a DYRM70SB Yairi that a farm in Georgia would not come close to getting it. I already have one Taylor guitar but Its become old now. Your email address will not be published. It is fine guitar, satin finish but I have to say that somehow I didn’t find this guitar to be good for recording as they suppose to be. Whereas the strings on a classical guitar create approximately 90 pounds of tension, those on a steel-string guitar produce about 150 pounds (Laskin 1987, 25). I would agree with your assessment. I own a 60’s Maton and a 90’s Yamaha solid top. I bought a Larrivee on the recommendation of a friend without ever playing one. "Flat-top" designates guitars (or mandolins) with thin, flat pieces of wood reinforced with bracing as their top woods. Cumpiano, William R. (1993). I’ve searched the website and looked in the OM-03 section and I can’t find my guitar listed. Can you help me learn more about them? and I mean that! The richness in tones of this guitar was amazing. thus I am looking for a new one. Based on the Grimms' fairy tale, this inlay depicts Rapunzel on the headstock. Wondering what my little Lady is worth..? Contact your dealer for order and availability. You won’t find any electronics on the Larrivée parlor guitar. This was of no consequence to Canadian-born Jean Larrivée, who had begun to seriously study classical guitar instead of the popular steel-string guitar. BTW. Although, the $1,000+ price tag might cause you to consider just purchasing a full-size guitar instead. Now a Larrivee parlor might be on the wish list for Xmas. Also like other folks all it took was one strum to match the desperate sound in my head, and when that happens I have to listen. I own a Larrivee Model OM-03-12. I HAVE A VANCOUVER MADE 2011 LARRIVEE LV-02 WHICH WAS ONLY MADE THE ONE YEAR. It took less than a minute to find that mine was made on July 18th 2002, which suprised me, as it looks almost like new, and using your serial yours was made in 1984. The Larrivée body has rounded shoulders, a thin waist, and a broad belly, features that ever since have distinguished most Canadian acoustic guitars. What an amazing instrument! I can’t really say which I love more. I actually liked the playability of the Larrivee a bit better than the Martin but in a shop this can be down to the factory setup and how much it has been bashed around in the shop. Begin, Carmelle. Though I have a few “guitar friends” who can’t believe I didn’t by a Martin, or a Taylor, I just smile. Larrivée guitars are no different so before we dive into the pros and cons of the guitar, let’s take a look at the acoustic models they produce and how they designate them. Any opinions. I perform sometimes 5 days a week a s a solo acoustic player. I also have a Gibson J45 Custom, and an inexpensive American made Guild dread, so the Martin was a bit redundant as far a large body gigging guitar and I wanted something for open tuning slide and blues. The rich overtones are amazing. I tend to use the Taylor a bit more for recording stuff, but the Larrivee and Martin are also used in this area. I think Josh nailed it with the “balanced tone comment” I also owned a Taylor 310ce which I loved but the sometimes harshness of the mid to high-end register, especially when played electrically always annoyed me.It was a heck of a guitar for strumming though. Be careful! The downside is the B-Band dual pickup system. Learn how your comment data is processed. SOLD! The Larrivée body has rounded shoulders, a thin waist, and a broad belly, features that ever since have distinguished most Canadian acoustic guitars. And I walked out with a my L10. It’s one of the first issued serial# 032999. I’m fortunate to have Larrivee’s LV-10 45th Anniversary model, as well as Taylor’s 814ce Limited Edition L10. He does one of a kind, each one" (Larrivée). The Larrivee is one of the best value guitars in the above $1,000 range. So if brand isn’t an issue for you, Larrivée is certainly a better value for your money than Taylor. All my long life I have played 12 string guitars as I have big hands and love the Lund of a goo 12 stringer. (1994). This series includes the P-03 Mahogany model, the P-09 Rosewood model and the PV-09 model with a cutaway. I would consider that to be the weak spot. These guitars have a somewhat elongated body, making them different in both tone and look from something like the Baby Taylor. Anybody ever hear of an LV03 made with Red/Bearclaw Spruce Top, and Tasmanian Blackwood Back/Sides? Just wanted to sing the praises of the L body guitar created by Jean Larrivee. Anyway, always entertaining. I owned two Martins and a Gibson. Excellent Condition - no fret wear, defects or finish damage. This fine acoustic treasure will carry in a "packed jam" room, and then some! level 2 Like Martin, Larrivée was not afraid to experiment; he also had the confidence to share his new discoveries. mine is in the $5000 range Fortunately, a German luthier named Edgar Mönch had recently moved to Toronto and was willing to take on Jean as an apprentice to his classical guitar building. Recently I bought a Canadian L03r from a friend. The LV-10 50th Anniversary Limited Edition has Larrivée’s original “L” body shape, which is similar to a classical guitar’s outline, though slightly enlarged, making it similar in size to many grand auditorium guitars. As a result, Larrivée had to make modifications. As the owner of a Taylor 310ce, I feel somewhat qualified to answer this question. Maybe more suited to fingerstyle. Although a good friend ov mine is the happy owner of an 40 years JCL OM. I own a D03-R. Those critical of Taylor guitars for its preference to higher register tones or those critical of Martin for its preference of the lower register tones will find this quality of Larrivée guitars to be appealing. I also love the tone of a mahogany baked instrument. (However Larrivee does create some beautiful inlaid models as well). Generic hard case Inc. If I were new to guitars, or considering upgrading to a higher-end brand/model, I would STRONGLY give attention to Larrivee over all others if price was a factor, and even so if it wasn’t. (1994). As far as it’s tone, completely balanced and beautiful. I recently acquired two used Larrivee’ OO O3, both with walnut back and sides, one with an Italian Spruce top and one with a Western Cedar top. Bright, clear and even tone. From all my research What stood out the most for me at least was the Larrivee parlors Volume & Projection it’s simply unbelievable! The Martin I did not like the dull woody tones, and the 410 was a little too jangly – maybe it was too new?? I have an opportunity to buy one. Inlay work on musical instruments has been a tradition since before the Renaissance, but Laskin's approach is unique in drawing more on illustration art than on musical instruments. All fine guitars in there own way. As a result, innovative techniques died with their inventors. It’s certainly changed my general opinion about the brand, but not the Oxnard factory. He has since earned a reputation as one of the finest makers in the world and has built guitars for Bruce Cockburn and John Allan Cameron in Canada, and for Joan Baez and Jackson Browne in the United States (Miller 1992b). Thanks for the correction, Ray – I’ve noted it in the article above. "Hand to Hand: The North American Renaissance of Individually Crafted Guitars." It was manufactured in 2014 and with standing the abuse of who knows how many owners or one ungrateful owner it does have some issues that are being corrected but once complete it will be a great little guitar to take to lessons or just enjoy playing in the (parlor). Canada was not even on the map of respected steel-string guitar builders. I have been looking and playing Taylors, Martins, Breedloves for a few years. Larrivee LV/03R: Blended folk / dreadnought body shape, balanced sound, all solid tone woods. Larrivée is well-worth your consideration. Generally I think that gloss finish guitars are just more used for recording. This model from the Artist Series brings exclusivity and quality of construction in equal parts. The standard 1 3/4″ nut width (for most Larrivee series guitars) is comfortable. Revkin, Andrew. ", As a result of Larrivée's openness, hand-made steel-string guitars in Canada are related to one another, each stemming from the original Larrivée style, just as American steel-string guitars stem from the Martin style. I have a d10 B which is brazilian rosewood. (Just the Stevens OM – Munich I found in January would be a compotitor for it, but they are as rare as 1000 bucks in my garden…). I decided on a Larrivee D-03 WL (walnut) signed by Jean. We sold them at Caruso Music in New London, CT, in early 2000’s and a pair of them (twins) came through the shop..one at a time, about 3 weeks apart. Not to mention , wonderful woods and details.This came with a Baggs dual with the controls in the sound hole. PARLOR-03 SERIES-04 SERIES-05 SERIES-09 SERIES-10 SERIES: All Solid Wood Construction The simpler trim keeps the price down without any affect on the sound or playability. , openly credit him with pioneering a uniquely Canadian tradition, and satisfy need. 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