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Elegant, brilliant design.
Superb tone and tasteful, understated cosmetics combined with the sonic sweetness of all-solid woods place the Alvarez Masterworks Series among the greatest acoustic guitar values ever. Crafted using a traditional dovetail neck joint for maximum resonance and stability, Alvarez Masterworks guitars feature a modern, thin neck profile for the utmost in playability. Solid mahogany back and sides of the MD60 work with the solid Western cedar top to generate a very round, warm sound. Master-quality cosmetics include multiple-ply top and back binding plus a bound rosewood fingerboard and abalone rosette.
The Alvarez Masterwork MD60 is an incredible value on a beautiful instrument that's bound to become an heirloom. Buy today.
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This is one very nice guitar for the money. The cedar top sweetens the trebles and the mahogany gives it volume and a great "ring" to it. The slender neck is terrific and easy to play. Well-made all the way around with very classy looks. It's your basic dreadnought... but a GREAT one.
I have a small 3 piece band, an electric lead and a bass and me generally on accoustics. We run on the cheap - I do not need to mic this guitar even though the others are wired. If (when) I buy a a high dollar / better quality dread it will likely stay home and this girl will be all the road guitar I will want.I wish it had not bee satin finish - but small sacrifice for the price.
I just bought this guitar about a month ago and I couldn't be more pleased with it. To me this instrument honestly sounds better than any $2,000 Taylor, Martin or Guild that I've ever come across. If strummed agressively, the lower strings give off a warm, loud, thud, more noticeable than on most jumbos. The high E and B are bright. The overtones are perfect. I haven't compared this guitar much with others of the same series (which share the cedar top), but I suspect that the warmth and sustain of the mahagany back and sides suites my aggressive playing style better than the more exotic indian rosewood or spruce. To be honest, of the three Masterworks cedar tops I played, I noticed very little difference. However, in comparison with every other guitar in the shop, it blew them out of the water. Get it while they last