This 1999 Larrivee Pete Anderson OM-style flat-top is designed to look like a cheap Depression-era Harmony, yet sound and play like a top-line Larrivee.
The Larrivee Pete Anderson OM is modeled after Pete’s ’30s Harmony archtop. Instead of binding, she has a painted white pinstripe, fake tiger-stripe wood grain, and a two-color sunburst. I told them I wanted a flat-top that looked like that, and they nailed it.”
This Larrivee Pete Anderson OM has a 12-fret neck and solid-wood construction: a sitka-spruce top, Canadian flame-maple back and sides, a one-piece Honduras mahogany neck, ebony fretboard and bridge; large, ’50s-style pearl fretboard markers; and a matte, tobacco sunburst finish. Other features include a 25 1/2″ scale and Anderson’s preferred tall, narrow frets. The guitar comes equipped with the Baggs Ribbon Transducer System — an active saddle pickup and preamp combo. At Anderson’s request, Larrivee substituted a white decal logo for their normal pearl inlay.
This guitar is a wolf in sheep’s clothing: At first glance, it looks like something you’d find at Goodwill. A closer inspection reveals the meticulous workmanship, select woods, and special bracing pattern that are hallmarks of more traditional Larrivee guitars. Very unusual, and very cool! This guitar is highly responsive with a surprising amount of low end. The sitka top with satin finish makes the guitar sound beautiful even when played with a lighter touch or bare fingers. With a maple back and sides and a great overall balanced tone, this guitar will record like a dream with a classic clear maple sound!
She comes standard with an Baggs ribbon transducer pickup system. Her condition is near mint. The original hardshell case is also included.
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