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  • Mint Larrivee D-05 Acoustic

    I have a mint Larrivee D05 up for sale. I absolutely hate to sell this but it sits in it's case 95% of the time and rarely gets played. My photography business is growing and really could use the funds to go toward it. I'm the original owner and have never taken it out of my "man" room. There really isn't a flaw that I personally could find on the guitar, its in impeccable condition. Brand new they list for $2500 and the street price is around $2300 and up and I can say with confidence that this D05 is in like new condition. 1390 shipped to the lower 48 states.

    Mahogany Back & Sides (South American)
    Single Piece Mahogany Neck (South American)
    Canadian Sitka Spruce Soundboard
    African Ebony Fretboard & Bridge
    Multi-layer Maple Body Binding
    Abalone Rosette
    Symmetrical X-Bracing
    Hand fit Dovetail Neck Joint
    Mother of Pearl Headstock Logo
    Sterling Silver Headstock Border
    Schaller Tuners w/ chrome Knobs (18:1 Ratio)
    Ivoroid Fretboard Binding
    Microdot Fretboard Inlays
    Ebony Bridge Pins w/ Abalone Center
    Traditional Larrivee Tortoise style Pickguard (Italian Celluloid)
    D'addario Light Gauge Strings
    Will Handle Medium Gauge Strings
    Limited Lifetime Warranty

    Lower Bout: 16"
    Upper Bout: 11.875"
    Waist: 10.875"
    Depth: 5"
    Scale Length: 25.5"
    Nut Width: 1 & 11/16" (43mm or 1.6875")
    Fretboard Radius: Compound (17" to 21")
    Setup for Light Gauge Strings
    Frets - Nickel/Silver
    Frets - Width: 2.5mm (0.0985")
    Frets - Height: 1.0mm (0.0394")
    Gloss UV Polyester Body / Satin Urethane Neck
    TUSQ Nut & Saddle

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    still for sale
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    • johnh1019
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      What a beauty. Have you sold this by now? Thanks, John Husson

  • #3
    3.5 years later?