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D40 Rosewood Legacy Series Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with Case

SKU: # 403773   |   Model: # D40 RW   |    Product Reviews2 Reviews  Write a Review

D40 Rosewood Legacy Series Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with Case

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D40 Rosewood Legacy Series Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with Case
D40 Rosewood Legacy Series Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with Case
D40 Rosewood Legacy Series Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with Case
D40 Rosewood Legacy Series Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with Case
D40 Rosewood Legacy Series Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with Case
D40 Rosewood Legacy Series Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with Case
D40 Rosewood Legacy Series Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar with Case
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The D-40 is a revolutionary new guitar from Larrivee. This new model born from years of research and testing features Jean Larrivees first new bracing pattern in over 46 years. The new Scalloped Parabolic Hybrid bracing system perfectly merges the strength, tonal balance, and clarity of Larrivee bracing, with the Bass response, depth, and volume youd expect from a vintage dreadnought.

Made only in America, the D-40 comes standard with an exceptional feature set compared to similar style instruments from other manufacturers. The D-40 has a solid African Ebony Fretboard & Bridge, single piece Mahogany neck, Canadian maple binding, bone saddle, bone nut, and bone bridge pins. Other features we include are a Mother of Pearl Logo, Grover 18:1 open back tuners, non-shrink tortoise pick guard, double action truss rod (easily adjusted at full string tension), re-enforcement for side mount electrics, durable acrylic satin finish, bold rope purfling, and a flat top case.

Specifications

Wood
Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
Top: Sitka Spruce
Neck: Mahogany
Headplate: Ebony
Fingerboard: Ebony
Bridge: Ebony

Hardware
Tuners: Open Back 18:1
Saddle: Bone - Compensated
Nut: Bone
Bridge Pins: Composite w/Dots
Case: Hardshell Flat Top

Measurements
Scale Length: 25.5"
Overall Length: 41"
Body Length: 19.75"
Upper Bout: 11.875"
Waist: 10.875"
Lower Bout: 16"
Body Depth: 5"
Nut Width: 1-11/16"
Saddle Spacing: 2-3/16"

Details
Finish: Satin
Bracing Pattern: Scalloped Hybrid
Neck Joins Body: 14th Fret
Rosette: Bold Rope
Top Purfling: Bold Rope
Body Binding: Maple
Heel Cap: Maple
Fingerboard Binding: Maple
Bridge Style: Standard
Pick Guard: Tortoise

Inlay
Headstock: Inlaid Logo
Fingerboard: Diamond Inlay
Bridge: N/A

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Awesome guitar 4 of 4 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Kanata, Ontario
Been looking for a main guitar and was more incline on mahogany B&S but after playing this D40R, man I was sold to it. I had to bring her home. Low action from factory, strumming sound sweet and bassy also fun for fingerstyle. These are extremely good guitars for the price range. Very hard to beat.
Posted by Eric on Jun 30, 2021
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D-40 RW 7 of 7 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Victoria, British Columbia
I bought mine in spring of 2008 at Long & McQuade in Victoria, B.C. Found out it was built in September 2007 in the Vancouver factory before Larrivee closed shop and moved to the US permanently. So I guess mine was one of the originals. It's a sweet guitar with full rich tone, perhaps a bit lacking in the low end but not much. Mine plays like a dream even though I've never had it set up or adjusted. I understand the new ones are being made in the USA. However, if Larrivee is putting the same effort into them as the originals, you'll end up with a very nice instrument. I like the flat, satin finish also and believe it helps contribute to the tone as I don't think it would interfere with the vibrating surfaces like heavier varnishes or other glossy finishes.
Posted by Ivan Dubinsky on Oct 1, 2016
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Because of this, Long & McQuade provides our customers with a FREE one-year Performance Warranty on most of our products. The Long & McQuade Performance Warranty supplements the manufacturer’s warranty to ensure that our customers receive complete “no hassle” warranty coverage within their first year.

How does the Long & McQuade Performance Warranty differ from most manufacturers' warranties?
  • Performance Guarantee: Normal wear and tear is covered, so your product will be performing as well as the day you purchased it for the entire duration of the coverage. Band and Orchestral Performance Warranty does not include replacing pads or cleaning for woodwind instruments, unless deemed necessary by our repair staff. Ultrasonic cleaning for brass instruments will be provided if deemed necessary by our repair staff, but is not routinely offered under the Performance Warranty.
  • Product Replacement: If your product cannot be fixed or costs too much to fix, we will replace it with the equivalent model for no additional charge. If this is not possible, a full refund will be provided.
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  • Guitar Setup: Guitars purchased at Long & McQuade come with 1 free setup, to be redeemed within 1 year for new guitars and 90 days for used guitars.
  • Loaners Available: A loaner product may be given while the product is being repaired.
  • Power Surge Protection: Your product is covered even if damaged from a power surge.
  • Accessory Coverage: Any peripheral devices or accessories that come with your product (i.e. foot pedal, case) are also covered.
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Long & McQuade reserves the right to restrict the purchase of additional years of Performance Warranty. Used products come with a 3-month Long & McQuade Performance Warranty. Some products (i.e. computers, software, cymbals and other items) are covered only by the manufacturer‘s warranty. Consumables (i.e. strings, reeds, drum sticks, batteries, tubes, cross faders) are excluded as they are designed to be replaced. Cosmetic Damage, Accidental Damage, or problems caused by Humidity or Temperature Issues are not covered. Speakers damaged by overpowering are generally not covered. Our coverage does not provide compensation for loss of use. As of June 2018 the Performance Warranty is no longer transferable. The warranty is only valid in Canada.

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