Alvarez Blues51W/TSB 12 Fret

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Manufacturer's ID: Blues51W/TSB

Alvarez has been one of the leading acoustic guitar brands in the U.S.A. and around the world for nearly 50 years. Its image is synonymous with quality and innovation. Alvarez instruments are known for their tone and feel and some of the most amazing artists over the last five decades have gravitated towards the brand and its guitars.

Alvarez Blues guitars have a vintage vibe all the way with a small rectangle bridge, V profile neck, 2 ¼” string spacing and back shifted bracing to make these smaller-bodied guitars feel and sound just right.

The Blues 51 has a 12th fret neck join to the body, arched rosewood back, grained ivoroid binding and a perfect vintage sunburst. It’s a responsive guitar and although suited more towards finger style it can handle open chord strumming in its stride.


Top Solid A+ Sitka Spruce
Back and Sides Arched Back, Dark Walnut
Shape Blues
Neck Mahogany
Bracing System Back Shifted Scalloped X
Bridge Pau Ferro / Indian Laurel
Fingerboard Pau Ferro / Indian Laurel
Inlays Abalone & Mother of Pearl
Nut and Saddle Real Bone
Tuner Premium Open Gear Chrome
Binding Ivory ABS
Strings D'Addario EXP

Customer reviews

Overall Rating 5 (2 reviews)

Lovely, well made guitar for the money, quality imstument Just right for me coming back to the guitar after a few years.

Kenneth B. - 5/6/2020

On the whole a nice looking and well-made guitar. In appearance it is identical to the one that Robert Johnson is playing in the only photo we have of him. (So if you can't play like a real bluesman; you can at least look the part!) Knowing something about Alvarez, and as the owner of another Alvarez (a Parlor) guitar I am sure this Blues 51 left the Alvarez factory in perfect condition. But in the meantime, having travelled from St Louise in the States and having settled down a bit, my Blues 51 badly (I mean badly) needed being properly set up before being sold. There are those who might disagree with me, but I regard this as being Guitarguitars responsibilty; not Alvarez's.

David C. - 25/4/2020

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