Acoustics Larrivee Acoustic Guitars Larrivee P-09 Rosewood Parlor

Larrivee P-09 Rosewood Parlor

Larrivee P-09 Rosewood Parlor
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SKU SKU17816
Weight 24.00 lbs
List Price: $4098.00 , Save $1025.00
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Larrivee P-09 Rosewood Parlor Acoustic Guitar
  • Larrivee P-09 Features:
  • Gloss finish
  • Indian Rosewood back and sides
  • All solid wood construction
  • Single Piece Mahogany Neck (S. American)
  • Canadian Sitka Spruce Soundboard
  • African Ebony Fretboard & Bridge
  • Flamed Canadian Maple Body Binding
  • Symmetrical X-Bracing
  • Hand-fit Dovetail Neck Joint
  • Rounded Headstock
  • Pearl Inlaid Larrivee Logo with Silver Headstock border
  • Schaller "Mini" Tuners (18:1 Ratio) with Chrome buttons
  • Custom Tortoise pick-guard
  • Ivoroid Fretboard Binding
  • Silver Microdot Fretboard Inlays
  • D'addario Medium Gauge Strings
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Larrivee P-09 specifications:

Lower Bout: 13.25"
Upper Bout: 9.5"
Waist: 7.75"
Depth: 4.0"
Scale Length: 24"
Nut Width: 1 & 3/4"" (44.3mm or 1.75")
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 Urethane
Bone Nut & Saddle

Extras Included in Price:

Larrivee deluxe Hard-shell case included
Care Booklet / Warranty Card
Larrivee truss rod tool

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  • Author: Erik Talbot (
    I have the former discontinued satin finish "03" version of this (Larrivee) guitar and though it's a small body, it has wonderful sustain. It is a joy to play! (and especially if you string it up with mediums).
  • Author: Kathleen
    This little guitar is sweet. I thought the 1 3/4" nut width might be too much since I prefer 1 11/16" but the neck fits smoothly into my hand. The guitar has a balanced tone, and is easy to play. As one who lives with chronic pain in my neck and shoulders, I'm able to play this little baby without increasing pain. It's on the expensive side for such a little guitar, but it can't be compared to the baby Taylor or little Martins. The quality in craftsmanship, playability, and tone far exceeed its competitors.