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A beautiful guitar with stunning deep tone, the Alvarez ABT610E baritone acoustic should be in every player’s collection! Tuned from B to B, the ABT610E is pitched between a dreadnought and an acoustic bass. Chord shapes and scales are the same as a standard six string but the voicing is lower. It has a solid sitka spruce top and mahogany back and sides. Its mahogany neck is topped with a rosewood 20-fret fingerboard. The gloss black top, semi gloss back and sides , and white binding make for an excellent look. Alvarez electronics mean the ABT610E is ready for the stage! 


Please note: This instrument is stamped "used" on the back of the headstock and was given a new serial number by a manufacturer-authorized refurbisher. It may have at one time been deemed to have a cosmetic imperfection or to need a repair. It has now been expertly repaired, plays like new and shows no wear.

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Listed5 months ago
ConditionExcellent (Used)
Excellent items are almost entirely free from blemishes and other visual defects and have been played or used with the utmost care.learn more
Brand
Model
  • ABT610E
Finish
  • Black
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Morris Guitar Company

Springfield, MO, United States
Sales:169
Joined Reverb:2021

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