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Alvaro 25

Nylon String Guitar from Alvaro belonging to the Student series

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Published on 09/06/05 at 10:07
Value For Money : Excellent
Made (I assume) in Spain.
Classical guitar so body-neck junction was the 12th case (inconvenient). String action a little high, but it manages quite easily I think.
Beautiful wood, especially for the neck and back, pretty rose, good quality finish.

UTILIZATION

The handle is very nice although a little wide. Access to acute is defined as the guitar quite difficult but not impossible.
Very light, usual form for a classical guitar, quality of wood used.
Its perfectly fine for a guitar of this price, then it depends on the guitar ;-). But the strings give a beautiful sound.

SOUNDS

It is therefore a classical guitar with which we can not play anything, but she knows very well to what is asked!
In terms of sound, as sound, there is a preset, the rest depends on the game

OVERALL OPINION

It has been nearly two and a half years that I have. She agreed to my a while, but I'm looking more toward electric typed sleeve, which I find enjoyable.
The aprticularité I like least and therefore difficult to handle and play with the string action is very high, the game is not easy.
The value for money is good, I paid € 215 new.
With the experience I would do the same no choice, but for reasons of preference, not on the classical guitar Qualter this more than correct.
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