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Alvarez Masterworks MC75WE Classical Guitar £399.00 @ GuitarGuitar
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Posted 8th Jun

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Bit of a niche item here but hopefully this helps someone.

This is a fantastic, professional grade classical guitar for a low intermediate price. Solid top/back/sides, with fantastic tonewoods (see details below). Bone nut and saddles for great tuning stability. Includes LR Baggs pickup. There's more good Alvarez deals at GuitarGuitar right now, but this seems to be the best one with a whopping 50% off.

At A Glance
The Masterworks MC75WE Classical from Alvarez combines quality craftsmanship, materials and design to create a beautiful sounding classical acoustic that plays great.

A traditional looking guitar that comes equipped with modern electronics to suit the gigging or recording musician, as well as all solid construction to keep this guitar sounding fantastic throughout it's lifetime.

Features We Love
Alvarez have been one of the leading acoustic brands for nearly 50 years, with an image that's synonymous with quality and innovation. Their Masterworks range has been developed to offer the best possible quality at an affordable price. By taking their time to craft each instrument, Alvarez take pride in presenting you an acoustic guitar that will keep calling you back to play.

All Solid Construction
All solid wood construction allows your acoustic to resonate more freely than laminate. This ensures that out of the box this guitar will sound fantastic, as well as providing you with a lifetime of ultimate tone.

High Quality Electronics
The guitar is equipped with an LR Baggs pickup system, which offers an accurate and transparent capture of the guitar's tone. The controls for the pickup are hidden inside the edge of the soundhole, meaning that there are no unsightly control panels on the body of the guitar. It has the appearance of a traditional acoustic guitar, with all of the benefits of a modern electro-acoustic, truly the best of both worlds.

Body: Classical
Top Material: Solid Cedar
Back & Sides: Solid Walnut
Neck Material: Mahogany
Nut Material: Bone
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Number of Frets: 19
Bridge Material: Rosewood
Saddles: Bone
Electronics: LR Baggs
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Excellent deal. The masterworks range are all solid, if I remember correctly (Not at my desk at the moment) almost bought a MW model a month or so back. Chose something else in the end (wasn't classical)

Nice one
Edited by: "Ken" 8th Jun
Ken08/06/2020 15:28

Excellent deal. The masterworks range are all solid, if I remember …Excellent deal. The masterworks range are all solid, if I remember correctly (Not at my desk at the moment) almost bought a MW model a month or so back. Chose something else in the end (wasn't classical) Nice one


Yes they are all solid. How many guitars do you have at this point, and how many of them do you blame on your own deals on HUKD?
Edited by: "yomanation" 8th Jun
yomanation08/06/2020 15:41

Yes they are all solid. How many guitars do you have at this point, …Yes they are all solid. How many guitars do you have at this point, and how many of them do you blame on your own deals on HUKD?


Haha, not as many as I'd like in all honesty. I'm going to be selling a coulple, to make room for a couple more.

I have a Custom build SG stlye electric, which I literally finished last night. (It's much better than I imagined)

Ibanez SA which I'll do a pickup upgrade on soon.

Ibanez EW acoustic

Faith Neptune acoustic

PRS SE Custom

Random Classical that it's about 30 years old, which actually belongs to the other half, who doesn't play, but can do a few chords here and there.

So 6 in total at the mo.
Edited by: "Ken" 8th Jun
Ken08/06/2020 16:05

Haha, not as many as I'd like in all honesty. I'm going to be selling a …Haha, not as many as I'd like in all honesty. I'm going to be selling a coulple, to make room for a couple more. I have a Custom build SG stlye electric, which I literally finished last night. (It's much better than I imagined)Ibanez SA which I'll do a pickup upgrade on soon.Ibanez EW acousticFaith Neptune acoustic PRS SE CustomRandom Classical that it's about 30 years old, which actually belongs to the other half, who doesn't play, but can do a few chords here and there.So 6 in total at the mo.


Haha, that ain't too bad, I own 4 plus a guitalele if it counts. I can sense the family expanding soon, though.
yomanation08/06/2020 16:26

Haha, that ain't too bad, I own 4 plus a guitalele if it counts. I can …Haha, that ain't too bad, I own 4 plus a guitalele if it counts. I can sense the family expanding soon, though.


Sounds like you need another 4, just to make sure they all have a friend each
Ken08/06/2020 16:35

Sounds like you need another 4, just to make sure they all have a friend …Sounds like you need another 4, just to make sure they all have a friend each


Perfect justification. You make a great point.
Epic dea
I've got an alvarez. Great guitar, nice action. But I miss having inlays
Looks like a nylon string guitar?
I bought a used fender affinity strat to learn guitar on and have been really struggling with fat finger syndrome. Been reading it was a thing and I will adjust to it, but then I found out yesterday that the nut Width on them is 40mm and American starts/Gibson are 42/43mm.

I could really use that extra few mm but have also been thinking about getting an acoustic.
stevej197610/06/2020 15:13

I bought a used fender affinity strat to learn guitar on and have been …I bought a used fender affinity strat to learn guitar on and have been really struggling with fat finger syndrome. Been reading it was a thing and I will adjust to it, but then I found out yesterday that the nut Width on them is 40mm and American starts/Gibson are 42/43mm.I could really use that extra few mm but have also been thinking about getting an acoustic.


No such thing as fat fingers, and the nut width is such a minimal difference that you wouldn't really notice, you just need to learn to play on your Affinity. Acoustic will be much more difficult as strings are harder to push down so require more finger strength.
Is this an older version as it has a different bridge compared to the other masterworks series?
I really don't know much about this guitar, but have come back to look at it again 3 weeks later. It is still available, and only 167 heat. My question is it really at half price cost, and is it really anything special at £400 ?
I am looking to get a new classical and I much prefer a non-cutaway. Should I get this one then. I was willing to pay around £400, so might as well go for it, right?
dv77102/07/2020 08:09

I am looking to get a new classical and I much prefer a non-cutaway. …I am looking to get a new classical and I much prefer a non-cutaway. Should I get this one then. I was willing to pay around £400, so might as well go for it, right?


Yeah it's an excellent choice.
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