This Larry Coryell ("LC") model was built in 2019/2020 and has a rare set of 1967 master grade Brazilian Rosewood sides and back with a master grade German Spruce top. Renowned luthier Michael Gurian cut it himself in Brazil in 1967. It is perfectly quarter-sawn, straight-grained, and extremely rare.
I developed the LC model in 2001 in collaboration with the great jazz guitarist Larry Coryell. He needed a flattop guitar that had a strong, clear midrange and high-end response, without boominess in the bass. By using a combination of “X” and parallel bracing, as well as an elliptical soundhole, the LC enhances the power of the mid and upper ranges of the tonal spectrum.
- 25 1/2" scale
- 14 frets-to-body
- Lower bout: 14 1/2"
- Waist: 9 1/4"
- Upper bout: 11"
- Nut width: 1 3/4"
- Bridge string spacing: 2 1/8"
- Side depth @ heel: 3 3/8"
- Side depth @ tail: 4 1/8"
- Neck thickness at 1st fret: 0.82"
- Neck thickness at 9th fret: 0.89"
A Calton case (white) included.
USA shipping is $300.
International shipping is calculated and is dependent on the country
All Grimes instruments carry a warranty to the original purchaser for defects in materials or workmanship, excluding normal wear and tear, and any accidental damage or damage due to improper care.