Flat U shape, mahogany with reinforced neck (which doesn't disturb in the slightest)
Very pleasant (satined lacquer that doesn't stick). It's easy to get a good sound and to access the upper frets.
Test without amp: soft sound, very homogeneous highs-mids-lows. Very good projection for a small body guitar. The highs are soft but you can also make them twangy (non-metallic sound).
Test with cube-type amp: awesome sound! The B-Band A3TY EQ (with built-in tuner) can do wonders (the amp isn't the best match for acoustic purists)
I tested it yesterday and bought it this afternoon.
I always have the harley benton body shape: Folk, classic Cutaway (too big for me)
I've tested martins - Cort - Yamaha, whose sound was very metallic
I tested Ibanez (not bad) - Takamine (neck not flat enough and shiny sticky lacquer)
I play solo accompaniments and learn the rest.
Excellent value for money at the price I saw it online, and it was even better at my local store.
Even without any experience with this guitar, I can confirm that after six months of tests, this guitar is awesome.
Super folk cutaway, solid cedar top, mahogany back and sides, b band electrics with inbuilt tuner.
Very comfortable neck, access to the high frets is easy with the cutaway. Much comfier to sit (or lie!) around and strum than a dreadnought. Fit and finish absolutely spot on.
The cedar top gives it a real mellow sound, but you can play it fingerstyle and there's no great loss in clarity; even without nails. It's not a great booming dreadnought affair, but something rather more dynamic.
I tried lots of acoustics in this price range and nothing touched it! It's held up really well to 2 years use and is a joy to play. If you want it to sound brighter (I don't, it's fine just how it is) you could always add a bone nut for peanuts. If you see one come up on the used market at a decent price: don't hesitate. Superb value.