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« on: January 23, 2018, 07:35:25 PM »

*AT THIS TIME I'VE DECIDED TO KEEP THE GUITAR.*
I may decide to repost in the future, but for not I just can't bring myself to let it go. 
For sale is a 2003 Larrivee D-03 mahogany dreadnought guitar. This guitar was built in Larrivee's former Vancouver shop. It has a beautiful sitka spruce top, with some slight bearclaw, that has aged nicely. Back and sides are solid mahogany, one-piece mahogany neck, ebony fretboard and bridge, TUSQ nut, bone saddle, lovely satin finish, and it includes the factory Larrivee hard case. I also have the original TUSQ saddle, Larrivee truss rod adjustment tool, and original care manual.
I had the guitar set up and looked over last year by Denver luthier Geoff Burghardt of iii Mandolins and Guitars ("triple i"). Not much was needed, other than some very slight adjustments to the truss rod and nut. It is currently set up with D'Addario EXP17 medium strings, which really bring out the low-end on this guitar. It is set up somewhat on the lower side, but you can still really dig in and get some incredible volume out of this guitar. It has zero fretwear.

It is in excellent condition. No dents, scratches, or other sort of blemishes on the body. It has the older Larrivee style clear pickguard. The neck has one small little mark near the 3rd fret, that looks like a capo may have bumped it. On the headstock, there is some very minor finish lifting on the ebony veneer near a couple of the tuner posts, which is pretty common with the older Larrivees.
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