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Alvarez RF210 Regent Folk Acoustic Guitar
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Built on a folk body design, the Alvarez RF210 Regent Acoustic Guitar presents great balanced tone and desirable features for the beginning guitarist...Read More
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This entry-level folk-bodied guitar with superior projection and tone.
Built on a folk body design, the Alvarez RF210 Regent Acoustic Guitar presents great balanced tone and desirable features for the beginning guitarist. It starts with a select spruce top, offering full, balanced tone right out of the box. The mahogany back and sides complement these tonal features and offer projection and clarity.
The acoustic guitar's rosewood bridge and fretboard present lasting sustain, and the chrome die-cast tuners keep the Alvarez guitar in tune from song to song. Other appointments include dot fretboard inlays, multi body binding, pearloid rosette and a natural finish.
Who says a good guitar has to cost an arm and a leg? The Alvarez Regent Series puts high quality acoustic guitars into the hands of aspiring students and performers, motivating them to become great guitarists. The Regent Series contains a wide variety of styles, sizes and finishes, putting Alvarez' legendary quality, well within the reach of any budget.
- Body Style: Folk
- Back: Mahogany
- Sides: Mahogany
- Top: Select Spruce
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Fingerboard Inlay: Dots
- Bridge: Rosewood
- Body Binding: Multiple
- Soundhole Rosette: Acrylic Pearl
- Tuning Machines: Chrome Die-cast
- Finish: Natural
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I got this guitar from my ma for my 17th birthday. My old Epiphone's neck snapped (won't go into detail about that,) and I was really bummed because I had nothing to jam on and music is one of my main things. So my ma picked this one out for me. In all honesty, I forgot about that Epiphone the moment I tuned this thing and played it. For the price their wanting for it, i'd say thats more than fair, man. You could go out and buy a fancy common brand guitar like Epiphone or Ibanez, or you can trust me when i say this piece blows alot of them out of the water. Thanks ma. ;p
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When I started to play guitar, I took lessons from a student from the Crane school of Music. He helped me pick this guitar out, and I haven`t looked back since. This guitar has done everything I could expect it to, I have used it for small acoustic sets, including a performance to about 300 people in an amphitheater, and it survived me putting 10s on it to get a more snappy sound. It works wonders, and any person looking to find a solid acoustic guitar need not look any farther than the Alvarez RF210