Guitar Grand Auditorium shape (similar to Taylor)
Sides & Back: Solid Rosewood
Ebony fingerboard and bridge (quite rare and very classy ...)
Binding front + rear flamed ash (discrete and very beautiful)
Frets compensated bone
Mache Folk type width at nut 44.45mm
Double Truss Rod + rail carbon fiber reinforcements
Discrete, neat inlays abalone rosette on the logo of the head and bridges
Natural satin finish varnish
All of a characteristic second American to 2000 € for the third of the price!
The finish is perfect ... ZERO defects
-1 For simplicity taken to extremes that can not please everyone
Ultra comfortable, action a bit high as always to my taste the guitars coming out of the factory but after setting ... PERFECT
The handle of the regulars appear large frets of 42.6mm standard dreadnought but has a profile reminiscent of profiles C Fender ... Very comfortable. The satin finish is perfect for travel finitaion on the handle.
The dual truss rod and saddle-off gives it a perfect intonation even with a capo or open tuning.Bluffant!
-1 To handle dense hair.
Ultra-balanced, all frequencies are uniformly present, good sound output even though we've heard better.
The typical sound spruce / rosewood in the line of Taylor (bass and treble and warm "round", mid Discrete)
-1 For the sound power
So now, I have 800 € to find a massive guitar-like folk, Grand Auditorium or "000" to welcome my darling LR Baggs M1. I have in mind an Epiphone Masterbilt I dare not order without trying and that I can find anywhere in France or Switzerland. So I try what everyone is talking about:
Blueridge (A great guitar ... but so cheap Abalone we want to vomit ... if ... if a race so late that I can not play on it .. if not ... well if for me!)
And then I come by chance in Geneva and try to LeadMusic a Walden G3000 which I had never heard of.
After hot date is a luthier from Taylor (all explained ...) which, by altruism, uh ... no ... rather for the dollars I think ... partnering with alumni Cort Guitars for making medium and high range for cheap.
WELL AND IS A GREAT SUCCESS C ... I tried almost everything in this price range and this guitar is really a favorite. You just happen to say something that plays on the name sounds more like a branded CashConverter a guitar legend! This prior is quickly surpassed once you play the guitar. It is sober and class like a guitar should be. By far one say "yeah what is a guitar ..." But up close, the finish is sublime!
For the price it's 10/10 even though given the quality we can not help but compare it to Taylor to 2000 €
Displayed in the store at 1000 French € - 800 € findable with a soft case superclass
In Switzerland is 600 € (VAT lowest) but with a cover any rotten + PlanetWave humidifier.