Alvarez AEG80CE Artist Elite Grand Auditorium Armrest Acoustic/Electric Guitar with Bone Nut & Saddle


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AEG80ce Armrest

Artist Elite, Grand Auditorium

The AEG80ce is a beautifully developed Grand Auditorium that delivers in both tone and looks. The minimal styling of this guitar creates a classy vibe with the light blonde of the spruce and maple framed with Ebony. Tonally, this guitar has a robust voice with shimmering trebles, plenty of low-end and an instant response. It also offers added functionality and comfort with its cutaway and slim style bevel armrest, making the AEG80ce a great-looking, versatile instrument.

This cutaway model allows for easy access up the neck and is fitted with the LR Baggs StagePro Bronze. The StagePro Bronze is a small-footprint side-mounted EQ incorporating the renowned LR Baggs Element under-saddle pickup. This is a low-profile unit with a large backlit tuner, volume, bass and treble controls and phase. The battery box is built into the end pin jack compartment for easy access with a simple push to open and change batteries.

  • Armrest Slim Ebony Bevel
  • Headstock Facia East Indian Rosewood
  • Bridge Pins PPS Synthetic Bone
  • Shape Grand Auditorium
  • Neck Maple
  • Pick Up/EQ LR Baggs StagePro Bronze
  • Bracing FS6
  • Bridge Bi-Level Indian Rosewood
  • Inlays MOP & Arylic
  • Fingerboard East Indian Rosewood
  • Nut and Saddle Bone
  • Tuner Chrome Closed Gears
  • Bridge Pins PPS Synthetic Bone
  • Strings D'Addario XTAPB1257
  • Neck Meets Body 14th
  • Number of Frets 21


  • Overall Length (mm) 1035
  • Body Width (mm) 404
  • Body Depth at Heel (mm) 96
  • Body Depth at Base (mm) 120
  • Scale (mm) 648
  • Scale (inches) 25 1/2
  • Nut Width (mm) 44,45
  • Nut Width (inches) 1 3/4

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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.