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Alvarez ABT60E Baritone Acoustic Electric Guitar

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Product Description

Fitted with Alvarez B-Band Sys650 Electronics, the Alavarez ABT60E Baritone Acoustic Electric Guitar is an incredible baritone instrument for players who want deeper bass tones in their acoustic. Basically an acoustic electric version of the ABT60, this Alvarez was built with special attention to detail in regards to the unique baritone voice. The ABT60E Baritone from Alvarez features a hand selected, solid Sitka Spruce top which provides an incredible tonal clarity.

Alvarez ABT60E Baritone Acoustic Electric Guitar Features

  • Hand selected A grade solid Sitka spruce Top
  • Mahogany Back and Side Material
  • Rosewood Fingerboard and Bi-Level Bridge
  • Abalone and Mother of Pearl Inlays
  • Alvarez B-Band Sys650 Electronics

Product Specifications
Alvarez ABT60E Baritone Acoustic Electric Guitar Specifications
  • Top: Hand selected A grade solid Sitka spruce
  • Back/sides: Mahogany
  • Bracing: Hand-sanded scalloped
  • Fretboard: Rosewood
  • Bridge: Rosewood bi-level
  • Finish: Premium, high gloss
  • Nut/saddle: Bone
  • Inlays: Abalone and mother of pearl
  • Tuners: Premium die-cast
  • Strings: D'Addario EXP
  • Neck: Dovetail neck joint
  • Neck Width: 1 11/16 inches
  • Scale length: 27 3/4 inches
  • Electronics: Alvarez B-Band Sys650
Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  314-727-1191 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime; B-Stock Products: 90 Days
Overall Rating
Playability and Feel
Completely Agree: Unplayable
Your general opinion of this product.
A previous reviewer said that the guitars he received were unplayable and that he had to send both of them back. The problem he experienced was strings buzzing/fretting out. I had the same, but opposite problem: The neck had a twist that made the lower strings extremely high off the fingerboard and the higher strings so low that they fretted out as they approached the 12th fret. (The G string also fretted out at the seventh fret.) I have no idea how the guitar sounds, for it was impossible to play. In regard to finish, I would say that the guitar would be attractive to lovers of high gloss, but, to me, the gloss seemed much too thick/heavy. American Musical was superb in regard to the return process for this guitar, so there are no complaints in that regard--none, whatsoever--but this model guitar would appear to be one to which caveat emptor applies.
Would you consider this product to be made well? How dependable?
This guitar was made on a bad day at the factory.
Playability and Feel
How does it feel, Heavy, Fast, Chunky? How was the neck? Are the controls easy to get to while playing?
Bright and snappy? Dark and smooth? Were the pickups hot, mellow, thick, thin?
Don't know.
How was the action out of the box?
Terrible, possibly the worst I've ever experienced.
How did the stain or paint job look?
How has it stood up over time?
If you put this guitar on a stand, it will stand up well, I'm sure. Otherwise I would say that this one was, for all practical purposes, DOA.
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