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Alvarez RF300 Regent Folk Acoustic Guitar
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Built on a folk body design, the Alvarez RF300 Regent Acoustic Guitar presents great balanced tone and desirable features for the beginning guitarist...Click To Read More About This Product
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A cutaway folk acoustic guitar with mahogany top and body, perfect for bluesy rhythms, at a price that'll pick you up.
Built on a folk body design, the Alvarez RF300 Regent Acoustic Guitar presents great balanced tone and desirable features for the beginning guitarist. The Alvarez guitar starts with a select mahogany top, offering warm, full tone right out of the box. A mahogany soundboard on a mahogany body creates warm, full tone with a character all its own, making it a natural for acoustic blues. The rosewood bridge and fretboard present lasting sustain, and the chrome die-cast tuners keep the folk 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 beginner's guitar has to sound or play like a beginner's guitar? And 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: Solid Mahogany
- Fingerboard: Rosewood
- Fingerboard Inlay: Dots
- Bridge: Rosewood
- Body Binding: Multiple
- Soundhole Rosette: Acrylic Pearl
- Tuning Machines: Chrome Die-cast
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flawless craftmanship, beautiful mahogany, great sound, worth a lot more than the price
This guitar has a solid mahogany top. It is not as loud as a solid spruce top. That is not a negative, it's just a different acoustic animal. The tones you get out of a hardwood are just different, lots of overtones, but subdued. The mahogany and the short scale will entice you, and it is the reason you will be interested in this guitar.I intended to amplify mine so it was no problem. I used kksound's pure mini triple head transducer which mounts internally to the bridgeplate. Everyone loves it, including me. I imagine it would also record well with microphones. I pulled the pickguard off, and lowered the action a bit installing a bone saddle with compensation, but the original setup was just fine.Is it perfect, nah, I gave it a 90 percent because it rates a good nod. Good job Alvarez, nice guitar.