Alvarez RT26 Travel-size Acoustic Guitar with Gigbag


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The Alvarez RT26 is a great little travel sized dreadnought, with an overall length of 34.5 inches with a scale length just less than 23 inches.  The Regent Series is a high quality entry-level guitar line designed to provide super value instruments with many features and specifications you find in pro-level Alvarez models.

Components such as the bi-level rosewood bridge, scalloped bracing and PPS synthetic bone nut and saddle, work together to get the best tone and response possible.

The sound is open and full, and the guitars have been made to respond well, making them rewarding to play.

Regent Series has also been designed with the student in mind and has a slightly slimmer neck profile and nut, making it very easy to hold and fret.

The guitars have a classic look and are made from spruce and mahogany, or spruce and rosewood.  Every Regent Series guitar comes with a deluxe, 15mm DuoFoam padded gig bag.

Alvarez Regent Series – The Entry-level guitar. Redefined.

Key Features:

Series: Alvarez Regent 
Top Wood: Spruce
Back & Sides Wood: Mahogany 

Shape:  Dreadnought
Neck: Mahogany, Satin Finish
Bracing System: Standard Scalloped X 
Bridge: Techwood
Fingerboard: Techwood
Nut & Saddle: PPS Synthetic Bone
Tuner: Chrome, Die Cast
Binding: Ivory ABS 
Strings: D'Addario EXP16 

Top Finish: Natural/Gloss

Accessory:  15mm duo-foam deluxe gig bag


Scale:  22 53/64"

Number of Frets:  20

Nut Width:  1 11/16"

Neck joint:  Dovetail

Neck meets Body:  14th Fret

At PC Sound, we check out our instruments and provide a general setup before placing them out for sale to ensure the instrument is in the best possible condition.  However, if you purchase this instrument to be shipped, sometimes a minor adjustment may be needed once it arrives to you due to changes in temperature, humidity, shipping, or individual preferences. If temperatures are very cold or hot, please allow your instrument to sit in the box or case for at least 24 hours to allow time for it to acclimate.