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 on: Today at 02:33:54 AM 
Started by MColvin - Last post by Barefoot Rob
I have an OM03PA and I think one sold for around $1600 or so a few months ago.The LV I'm going to say maybe about the same price.

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 on: July 03, 2020, 09:43:21 PM 
Started by MColvin - Last post by MColvin
Looking for find a sale value for a 2002 Pete Anderson LV sunburst guitar. Only 2 made as per the serial number.

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 on: July 03, 2020, 06:21:43 PM 
Started by Mikeymac - Last post by willynelson13
I'm also a lefty. I have an OM-01, that has also been a converted to a lefty.

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 on: July 03, 2020, 04:54:54 PM 
Started by gluve1 - Last post by jitterboogie
My C03R-TE arrived last night from Vancouver last night from John Jr.  My thanks again to Larrivee for holding this contest.  Here are my impression of the guitar.  The fit and finish of the guitar is superb as we've all come to expect from Larrivee.  The florentine cut away is particularly beautiful.  The maple binding (which I don't have on my L-03R) is a nice touch as is the herringbone purfling.  The sitka top was obviously chosen with great care.  Nice ring spacing and just a bit of figuring.  The neck is satin and plays fast.  I've played my L-03R so much that the neck is now polished to a near semi-gloss.  Fret work and fret ends are perfect and smooth.

The action straight out of the box was just the way I like it.  Low-medium that is perfect for fingerstyle that allows for lots of dynamics.  Should be fine for moderate picking/ strumming although I haven't used a pick in years.  The sound is quite similar to the L-03R but with a bit more clarity with a bit more emphasis on the higher frequencies.  I changed the strings on my L03R so it would be an accurate A/B comparison.  This is great for fingerstyle to allow the higher melody lines to pop out from the mix.  The florentine cutout makes this guitar very versatile.  I play a version T.E.'s "Angelina" which is drop D capoed two frets up.  The  cutaway allows for access to the upper register to smoothly play the harmonics at the end of the tune.  This is a problem for my LS03 (small body) which does not have a cut away.

I find that I can tell very quickly if I am going to bond with a guitar after I play it for a short while (assuming the set up and strings are good).  I have bonded with the C03R-TE.  I love the playability, versatility and sound quality.  And the comfort.  Forgot to mention that.  Speaking as a fingerstyle player, this guitar is wonderful.  I'll post some pictures later but now I've got to get back to my playing!  Cheers.

Jeff

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 on: July 03, 2020, 04:14:54 PM 
Started by Mikeymac - Last post by Mikeymac

Hi,I am also a left handed player.
I have an OM 3,which I guess it would be classified as a 4,as it has a gloss top that was made especially for the 12 fret in Toronto.,In 1999.
It was right handed but they  converted It over  to a left handed one.
I am now waiting on a true left hand Larrivee L9.
I ordered it last July,and it was supposed to have been made on the 2nd week of May.,so I am just in a waiting mode


Very cool - that will be a nice guitar. Hope you get it soon!

I have a couple L-09's that have been converted to lefty (well, one still needs the saddle reversed, but...) it works great and I love 'em!

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 on: July 03, 2020, 02:41:05 PM 
Started by Mikeymac - Last post by ianc
Hi,I am also a left handed player.
I have an OM 3,which I guess it would be classified as a 4,as it has a gloss top that was made especially for the 12 fret in Toronto.,In 1999.
It was right handed but they  converted It over  to a left handed one.
I am now waiting on a true left hand Larrivee L9.
I ordered it last July,and it was supposed to have been made on the 2nd week of May.,so I am just in a waiting mode

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 on: July 03, 2020, 05:35:40 AM 
Started by Mikeymac - Last post by Barefoot Rob
Though a righty I can play   well maybe not play BUT I can play a few chords.No tunes just a few chords.

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 on: July 03, 2020, 01:18:51 AM 
Started by Mikeymac - Last post by Melodeous
One Yamaha classical and a nearly departed Goodall.

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 on: July 02, 2020, 10:23:29 PM 
Started by Mikeymac - Last post by Mikeymac
Just a heads up: I heard it through the grapevine that there's a new lefty C-03R-TE/Tommy Emmanuel headed for Rock and Roll Vintage Guitars in Chicago. I have no affiliation - just thought there might be another lefty here looking for one of these who would like to know...

 

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 on: July 02, 2020, 08:12:49 PM 
Started by gluve1 - Last post by noyage
Congrats jitterboogie!
 

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