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Alvarez 310281 ag75ce Grand Auditorium Guitare Electric/Pan coupé
|Prix :||EUR 435,43 LIVRAISON GRATUITE en France métropolitaine. Détails|
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PrésentationType : Guitare Grand Auditorium électro-acoustiqueNombre de cordes : 6MancheBois : AcajouTête : PalissandreSillet et pontet : Os véritableToucheBois : PalissandreNombre de frettes : 21Diapason : 648 mmInlay : Incrustation à la 12ème caseRepères : Points sur la trancheCaisseBois dos et eclisses : PalissandreBois table : Cèdre massifFinition : Verni brillantContour : ABS ivoireType de mécaniques : Premium Die CastType de chevalet : Palissandre Bi-LevelType de préampli : LR Baggs StagePro Element
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
I will say that I didn't purchase the guitar through Amazon.com. I went through another site because of their financing deals. I figured buying it online, if I ended up not liking it, I can sell it on eBay (which I've done with several other guitars).
But, so far, I really like this guitar. It does project well when not plugged in. I have a set of Bright Bronze strings on and it sounds great. I've been taking it to jam sessions and the other guitarist is in love with it. It looks great, too. I've had no problems with the neck. I'm going to get an extra saddle and lower it. I haven't played much plugged in, but it's been fine so far. If I run into any issues, I'll update my review.
The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because during my music store travels, I played a couple other similarly priced guitars (slightly more expensive) that just knocked me out. I didn't purchase any of those because one of them didn't have a good financing deal on it and the other was a composite material and I'm just not sure I want fake wood. So, I'm still very happy with the Alvarez, it's just not a "knock it out of the park" kind of guitar. If you can't afford $600 and up, this is a really nice guitar to have.
The tonal range of the AG75CE is outstanding. Play near the bridge and you get clear, high tones, or play over the sound hole for rich, deep tones. It's like a different guitar depending on where you hit the strings, and all good. It sounds great both plugged and unplugged, Alvarez tough yet beautiful. My only gripe is the built-in tuner, which appears to lack an auto-off. I'm already on my third battery. I don't have that problem with the older system in my AD60CE.
All in all, this is a great guitar. For the money, it's outstanding.
The grand auditorium body is perfect for any modern finger style guitarist and wraps around my body structure very well.
The entire body has curves everywhere and feels comfortable all around.
Has a deep cutaway that allows full access to the fretboard.
The closest guitar you can get similar to a classical but still a steel guitar.
The tuning pegs are very high quality, wind easily, and stay in tune.
The electrics are nothing to spectacular but allows the guitar to be connected through XLR or standard 1/4 Inch cable.
I would recommend going through an acoustic guitar amp or some pedal to enhance.