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Title: Got a new Larry today
Post by: Walkerman on June 03, 2017, 10:02:02 PM
Got my Larry TSB tele-gib today.  Gonna say screw my three trigger fingers after the Dodgers game and try to play it.  We shall seeing it goes.


Title: Re: Got a new Larry today
Post by: JOYCEfromNS on June 03, 2017, 10:33:19 PM
 :gotpics:   :bgrin:


Title: Re: Got a new Larry today
Post by: Danny on June 04, 2017, 01:15:57 AM
Got my Larry TSB tele-gib today.  Gonna say screw my three trigger fingers after the Dodgers game and try to play it.  We shall seeing it goes.
I had one trigger finger. But amazingly enough it got better by stretching the finger and joints. Very painful for about two months, but now the pain and locking up are gone.

    Hope it stays that way, I hate operations.

Congrats on another fine guitar.


Title: Re: Got a new Larry today
Post by: Davy Vanthuyne on June 06, 2017, 02:56:06 PM
I would love to see some pics. Congrats on your new guitar. :nana_guitar


Title: Re: Got a new Larry today
Post by: markj on June 07, 2017, 04:04:54 PM
 :nice guitar:  :gotpics:

Congrats!  :beer

 :donut :donut2 :coffee


Title: Re: Got a new Larry today
Post by: flatlander on June 08, 2017, 12:41:17 AM
You could start a Larrivee museum! You sure have some beauties!


Title: Re: Got a new Larry today
Post by: Walkerman on June 09, 2017, 05:29:39 PM
:gotpics:   :bgrin:

I am having a few things changed ...... pics to follow.


Title: Re: Got a new Larry today
Post by: headsup on June 11, 2017, 06:07:00 AM
looking forward to your review.
 I couldn't  warm up to mine for a variety of reasons that I need not explain here.
it did  some things very well for me at home, but in the studio and on stage, it came up short.

mind you the competition it had were other Larrivee electrics, as well as a vintage tele with Custom Shop shop Baja pick-ups.
The fact that there was no coil tap option also limited the tone palette that I think was unfortunate with regards to R&D aspects.

our Guitars-any and all- as we know are personal choices for a myriad of reasons, as well as expectations.

The Oxnard guitars, especially the electrics are so far above status quo, makes it more than  unfortunate production has ceased.

That family has grappled with that very issue for decades, and so it goes.

play it  like you stole it!