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Alvarez AD222 Artist Dreadnought Acoustic Guitar
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The Alvarez AD222 is a large bodied Dreadnought acoustic guitar made entirely of exotic figured dao wood. This is a full-sounding instrument with a s...Click To Read More About This Product
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A beautiful guitar with a lot of power and projection.
The Alvarez AD222 is a large bodied Dreadnought acoustic guitar made entirely of exotic figured dao wood. This is a full-sounding instrument with a sweet tone that has strong bass emphasis. The bound rosewood fingerboard has a split 3-piece diamond inlay at the 12th fret. The headstock is bound and is topped with a rosewood veneer that highlights the Alvarez logo inlay. The AD222 has a traditional mustache bridge made out of rosewood and has a classic white pearl soundhole rosette.
- Body Style: Dreadnought
- Back: Dao
- Sides: Dao
- Top: Dao
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Fingerboard Inlay: 3-Piece Alvarez 12th Fret
- Bridge: Rosewood
- Body Binding: Multiple
- Soundhole Rosette: White Pearl
- Tuning Machines: Nickel Die-cast
- Finish: Natural
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Great guitar for a great price. Sounded good, played good, settup was decent for a mail order guitar.Out of the box it sounded great, but give this guitar little while to "break in" actually "vibrate in" after about a week everything really losened up and I noticed more sustain and better sound projection.Since ive gotten it i replaced the nut, saddle and tuners. Not that it needed it, but the guitar does come with plastic hardware. I "upgraded" to a wood nut and saddle to make it unique and the tone and feel only improved more.
Had to sell stuff. One of which was a 1974 D-28. Been about a year. I took a chance on this guitar. figured I could always send it back. I am 56 and have played all my life. Martins,Gibsons,Alvarez,and many others. I play everything from Pink Floyd to Hank Williams. This guitar takes a back seat to none. I took it out of the box and tried my best to find something wrong with it. Just gave it a little tune job and hit the strings. It blew me away so much that I had to set it down in disbelief. Then I started playng it. I can not say any more about this guitar, except it likes to be alive and it will be on stage. Maybe I just got a good one. I was due.