Alvarez AD30CE Dreadnought Acoustic Electric Cutaway Guitar

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    The Alvarez AD30CE Dreadnought Acoustic Electric Guitar is a high quality instrument with class-leading value. The classic Dreadnought tone of the AD30CE is enhanced with advanced scalloped bracing and other premium components such as bone saddles and nuts and a bi-level rosewood bridge. This Alvarez acoustic electric guitar comes with the SYS250 EQ with built in tuner.

    Alvarez AD30CE Dreadnought Acoustic Electric Guitar Features

    • Solid Sitka Spruce top for great resonance and tonal clarity
    • Mahogany back and sides provide a balanced tone with clear mids and warm bass
    • SYS250 EQ features a built in tuner and gives a clear tone when plugged in
    • Bi-level rosewood bridge
    • Rosewood fingerboard for greater warmth

    Product Specifications
    Alvarez AD30CE Dreadnought Acoustic Electric Guitar Specifications
    • Top: Solid Sitka Spruce Top
    • Back and Sides: Mahogany
    • Fingerboard: Rosewood
    • Machine heads: Die Cast Chrome
    • Bridge: Bi - Level Rosewood Bridge
    • Strings: D'Addario EXP's
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    Phone:  314-727-1191 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime; B-Stock Products: 90 Days
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    First off in the picture, it looks like it has a gloss finish. It doesn't. A little stiff to play. If you're just starting out, it'll be tough on your fingers. Good sounding guitar, but after only 3 "live" performances, there was popping noise when engaging the tuner.
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