Made in China
Mechanical: Bath of oil''
Fingerboard: Rosewood'' of Indonesia
Frets: 20, Silver-Nickel, Medium
Strings of Origin: Elixir NANOWEB Coating 011-052
The action of the guitar is super nice (like a guitar) which makes playing comfort excellent. The grip is almost disconcerting ease and this is one of the things that made me buy this guitar. And end up with Elixir strings only heightens the pleasure of scratching.
In addition to its ergonomics, T66D is very balanced sound with good resonance and its highly crystalline. For this price, no defects noted.
I use it occasionally for over a year. Still she did not disappoint. It is easy to use, has a very good sound, and is entitled to copies and finishing equipment for entry-level guitar. There is no doubt that I will ever this choice without hesitation!
the neck of this guitar is very nice, good grip.
It suits a lot of styles and has a nice sound a little metallic.
she's great in sound it's safe and it does not look like a toy.
it may be lacking a bit of precision in the low
I use it for over a month and it was she who inspired me to make the guitar.
this is my first guitar but I had the opportunity to try two more in the store an ibanez clearly worse that looked like a toy and a takamine has about the same level but less pretty.
I love his aesthetic
the price / quality ratio is excellent
With experience I think I would do the same choice
Made in China.
Mechanical: Oil bath
Frets: 20, nickel-silver, medium
Original string: Elixir Nanoweb Coating 011-052
The guitar is light, the neck is very nice.
She has a good sound for an entry level guitar is pretty amazing even with the sustain, a sound personality. With the capo it is even more beautiful in terms of sound but the low E are losing a bit of sustain (maybe normal, I'm not experienced enough to tell). It has a side metal / crystalline very pleasant. In palm-mute you feel it's safe and suitable for both agreements to the rhythmic finger-picking.
I use it for 4 months since I started on guitar
This is a beginner guitar, but it is not a toy. I told this little basis for comparison. In the shop there had a Cort in this price range and I found it a lot worse. on the other hand, there was a Yamaha in the 320 € and it was over in terms of sound quality. I have not chosen for aesthetics, I do not find it very beautiful, but it is finite.
It was a very good choice. With the experience I would take a top model: I do not know if I love playing guitar. She has clearly given me a taste ...