Alvarez : Left Handed Acoustic Guitars

Alvarez is an acoustic guitar manufacturer, founded in 1965 and based in Missouri, USA.  Apart from the high end Yairi models (not available left handed) all Alvarez guitars are produced in China.  They are owned by LOUD Technologies which also runs the Mackie, Ampeg and Crate brands.

Unfortunately, unlike most other acoustic-only brands Alvarez does not offer many of its guitars in a left handed version.  Alvarez currently offers only two left handed acoustic guitars, both steel string dreadnoughts. The RD16L is from their affordable ‘Regent Series’ whilst the AD60L is from the slightly more expensive ‘Artist Series’.

Alvarez Left Handed Acoustic Guitars

Alvarez AD60L RD16L Left Handed Acoustic Guitars Lefty

Alvarez AD60L Left Handed Acoustic Guitar

  • Top: Hand selected, ‘A’ grade, solid Sitka spruce
  • Back & Sides: Mahogany
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Machine heads: Premium die cast chrome
  • Bridge: Alvarez bi-level rosewood
  • Strings: D’Addario EXP’s

The Alvarez AD60L is one of my top picks in our Beginner Guitar Guide as it is one of the most affordable lefty acoustics with a solid wood top!

Alvarez RD16L Left Handed Acoustic Guitar

  • Top: Spruce
  • Back & Sides: Mahogany
  • Fingerboard: Rosewood
  • Machine heads: Die cast chrome
  • Bridge: Alvarez bi-level rosewood
  • Strings: D’Addario EXP’s

Alvarez Website

As I write this, the Alvarez website is undergoing a bit of a makeover.  There is currently no FAQ section which comments on left handed availability, however the left handed models are clearly displayed when browsing through the differing guitar ranges.

For more information:
Alvarez Guitars Website

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Neal has been playing guitar (left-handed!) for over 20 years, and has also worked in various roles within the guitar retail industry since 2012. He started LeftyFretz in 2010. More Info

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