#1
Anyone had any experience with these guitars? If so, are they well built?
#2
not all alvarez are alike, but even their lowest end seem pretty well built and sound pretty good. i almost bought a mid-level all solid alvarez that sounded really nice, and then there are the alvarez yairis at the top end. their solid top parlor is pretty popular on AGF.
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#3
Good guitars across the board imo, Competitive with other makes in any price range.
#4
I actually played an Alvarez acoustic-electric guitar for the first time 3 years ago, loved how if felt on my fingers and sounded so much that I bought it the same day. As a result, one of my brothers got my old Ibanez PF-5 acoustic as a fair trade.
#5
One of the best sounding acoustics I've ever heard and played including Martin's and Gibson's. I have the AD60 and I love it. Got it for $319 and was a steal. Definitely get yourself and Alvarez,you won't regret it
#6
I don't know about the higher models, but the RT-26 that I tried had poor workmanship, with excess glue around the joint where the neck and body meets.
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#7
Yeah i own the Alvarez AD70SCE and it's a fine guitar-rosewood back and sides-good 'bassy' sound.
#8
Alvarez really does make amazing AFFORDABLE guitars that sound great and are built to last. Def give them a try unless you wanna pay over $1200 for a Martin D18 with essentially the same specs.