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Larrivee D-09E Acoustic Guitar w/ LR Baggs IMIX

Larrivee D-09E Acoustic Guitar w/ LR Baggs IMIX
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Weight 24.00 lbs
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Larrivee D-09E acoustic guitar - Rosewood Select w/ LR Baggs IMIX dual source pickup system (End pin only, no-cut system)

Rosewood Back & Sides (Indian)
Single Piece Mahogany Neck (S. American)
Canadian Sitka Spruce Soundboard
African Ebony Fretboard & Bridge
Multi Layer Maple Body Binding
Abalone Rosette
Symmetrical X-Bracing
Dovetail Neck Joint
Mother of Pearl Headstock Logo
Sterling Silver Headstock Border
Ping Tuners (18:1 Ratio)
Ivoroid Fretboard Binding
Microdot Fretboard Inlays
Ebony Bridge Pins w/ Abalone Center
Traditional Larrivee Tortis Pickguard
D'addario Light Gauge Strings
Will Handle Medium Gauge Strings
Limited Lifetime Warranty
LR Baggs IMIX System (Dual source)


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 and Neck
Bone Nut & Saddle

Extras Included in Price

Larrivee Deluxe Arch-Top Case Included
Care Booklet / Warranty Card
Truss Rod Wrench
Larrivee Micro-fiber Polish Cloth

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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Matteo Bacchetta
    This is a surprising guitar (Larrivee D-09E)! It's beautiful, very well finished and it gives an immediate sensation of great qualit woods and construction. The sound is very complex, with plenty of tones (I found them on each fret, except for the first one!), deep basses and strong trebles. It's also very versatile... it follows you on every music style you want to play. And it gets better everyday!
  • Author: Heinrich Altemeier
    I`ve been playing my D 09 for 1 1/2 years now and i am very happy with it. It is very easy to play and has a balanced sound from bottom to top. The only concern is, that it is not really as loud as you would expect from a dreadnaught guitar. But that con turns into a pro, as soon as you plug it in,
    because you can play it at high stage volumes without feedbacks. The imix simply makes a beautiful sound that makes you forget,that you don`t have a lot of knobs to fiddle with, because you never need any.
    Bottom line:a beautiful, well built guitar with a superb PU .
    Absolutely worth its price.
  • Author: Ken
    I just received my new D-09E, w/ Studio Pro Anthem it. Have played it for several hours going head-to-head with a Taylor 814ce, which I currently own, and a Martin HD-28, which I borrowed. Honestly, I like the D09e better than either one of them. It doesn't quite have the bottom end of the Martin but it's better overall...better balance...a very "rich" tone. I also like the fact that the Larrivee accomplishes the great tone using light gauge strings, where the Martin uses mediums, which I do not like. The D-09 is simply easier to play. Compared to the 814ce, the D-09 stills wins out. It's louder, with much better bass response. Overall, it just sounds better, making the Taylor sound "thin". I also really like the slightly narrower neck on the D-09. Once again, it's just "easier" too play. Plugged in, it's great as well. Out of the box the Larrive was drawer, and set up perfectly. Lastly, dealing with Dave at Daves Woodstock Music was a breeze...I would recommend them.