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Alvarez ABT60 Baritone Acoustic Guitar

Alvarez ABT60 Baritone Acoustic Guitar

Add some extra depth to your sound with an acoustic baritone guitar. This Alvarez features a mahogany body for excellent tonal definition.

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Submitted September 10, 2016 by Daniel McGraw in Flushing, MI
"Great guitar. Ridiculously low price. "
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I have no idea why these aren't more expensive. Thunderous devil bass notes without getting muddy, easy to play given the size of the strings. This guitar is more responsive than my Gibsons and Martins, meaning that you can play whisper quiet, or pick harder and get LOUD with sustain that rings on and on. I do a solo act, and a baritone makes all the difference, nice and full sound. Look it up on YouTube, several demo vids there. I'll probably buy another just to keep open-tuned for slide work. I bought the Alvarez JC1 Case for it. Good case, fits it perfectly, though I've heard some complain that the controls on the acoustic/electric version make it too tight of a fit. Could be. It's a snug fit (which I consider a plus), but might be too snug for the electric. Personally, I got the acoustic version because I much prefer the sound of an acoustic through a mic.
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Been playing 40 years, pro and part time
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I play whatever gets the tips. Lots of oldies, reggae, Beatles etc. I've done everything from large clubs to street busking.
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Submitted November 29, 2018 by Jason Holman in Montezuma, IN
"Nice guitar."
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Sounds good. Feels good. Took a little bit of a set up (I filed the saddle bone). That's it, the mahogany is a little thin compared to more expensive guitars. I use a standard tuning and a couple other baritone tunings I found on the internet. All Is well with this guitar. Didn't need any support of any kind.
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Oh for the creative process.
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Suprise me.
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Submitted July 31, 2018 by Fredric V in Silverdale, WA
"Really nice instrument"
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it took about 2 days for me to get used to this thing but once I got the beast under control it turned into a beautiful sounding and playing guitar.my only beef is the strings it came with. d'darrio coated are great if you never want that new string sound.. but i like the articulation of new phosphor bronze strings.Baritone string sets are limited so i'm searching for the right ones. ordered some La Bellas so we'll see. its not for everyone for sure.
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Professional over 35 years
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Submitted April 3, 2013 by a customer from gmail.com
"Great Baritone Sound"
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I really liked this guitar out of the box. The sound really rings out; the tone is great. I liked it so much that I looked into a higher end baritone, just to see what was out there, but found that this sounded better - straight up better - than one in the 2 thousand dollar range. That settled it for me.The fingering at both ends is a little tight, so I've made some small adjustments, but the sound really can't be touched, and now it plays like a dream. If you're interested, go find one to play, you'll fall in love.
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Submitted January 3, 2021 by a customer from gmail.com
"Best Baritone for cost"
I have been playing over 20 years. I have always been enticed by the baritone but did not want to invest a fortune. After reading the reviews I bought one. When it arrived was nicely set up. I did change strings to elixirs and am considering filing the bridge a free mm to make it perfect. The frets are all polished and even. The sound is it’s strongest part. When you start chords and blues runs it feels like the guitar is growling. If you play at church just put a capo on the fifth fret and you can play open chords with a deep timbre but distinctive note by note. 5 stars
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