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Alvarez AF222C Artist Cutaway Folk Acoustic-Electric Guitar with System 600 Mk II
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The Alvarez AF222C is a large bodied dreadnought acoustic guitar from the Artist series with an exotic figured dao wood on all body surfaces, back, s...Click To Read More About This Product
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A beautiful guitar with a lot of power and projection.
The Alvarez AF222C is a large bodied dreadnought acoustic guitar from the Artist series with an exotic figured dao wood on all body surfaces, back, sides, and top with an equally stunning rosewood fingerboard.
The full-sounding Alvarez guitar has a sweet tone and strong bass emphasis. The acoustic-electric's bound rosewood fingerboard has a split 3-piece diamond inlay at the 12th fret. The headstock is bound and topped with a rosewood veneer that highlights the Alvarez logo inlay. It has a traditional mustache bridge made out of rosewood, and has a classic white pearl soundhole rosette.
The Alvarez AF222C guitar's cutaway provides extra range and dexterity for hitting those high-register notes. The impressive System 600T MK II electronics feature a notch filter, 3-band EQ, and auxiliary in to jump into amplified mode in a pinch. The Alvarez Artist Series brings together an impressive array of models, offering a variety of colors and a wide range of styles.
- Body Style: Folk cutaway
- 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
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I bought this guitar a couple days ago and it sounds great unplugged and plays smoothly. The only complaints I have are the electronics. They worked for 5 min plugged in and then quit. I am confident it is just a defective unit I have recieved because I have played many other Alvarez with the exact same electronics that worked perfectly.