Alvarez Artist BT60 Acoustic/Electric Baritone Guitar

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Tuned from B to B, the ABT60 is pitched between a dreadnought and acoustic bass to give you deep tones with easy playability. Chord shapes and scales are the same as a standard six string but the voicing is lower. This is one of Alvarez’s best selling models and within five minutes of owning one you’ll see why, great guitar to play.

Artist Series is now “The Award Winning Artist Series” – winning competitions and receiving rave reviews in the States, Europe and around the world. It’s a truly designed line of guitars that stands tall and sounds sweet in the solid top guitar market.

Hand selected solid tops; forward shifted scalloped bracing, awesome tone and player experience….

The term “solid top” of course refers to the soundboard of an acoustic guitar being made of solid wood, rather than being laminated. However, just because the top is solid, it does not necessarily mean the sound automatically benefits from this feature. The tone of the instrument only improves significantly when the whole guitar is built correctly to really release the energy a solid soundboard can generate. Artist Series is built to do exactly this.

Each model is designed to get the best out if its components, and for them to work together to produce a tone and player experience, rarely found in affordable instruments. These components include our FST2M bracing system, bi-level bridge, real bone nut and great quality tone woods.

Alvarez Artist BT60 Acoustic/Electric Baritone Guitar

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Series:    Alvarez Artist
Top Wood:    Solid A+ Sitka Spruce
Back & Sides Wood:    Mahogany
Shape:    Baritone
Neck:    Mahogany, 50/50 Semi gloss finish
Bracing System:    FST2M - Forward Shifted, Scalloped X
Bridge:    Bi-Level Rosewood
Fingerboard:    Rosewood
Headstock Plate:    Rosewood
Nut & Saddle:    Real Bone
Tuner:    Premium Die Cast
Binding:    Ivory ABS
Strings:    D’Addario EXP

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