Mini Jumbo electro-acoustic cutaway manufactures in China.
Massive table in pica "Class A", rosewood back and fishplates
Mahogany neck, rosewood fingerboard, 20 frets. : Mechanical not transcendent.
Pizo-electric sensor Bband, EQ (Treble, Mid, Bass, Volume, Presence)
One belt clip (output jack)
Good grip of the handle, button quite pleasant (but not top comfort), CASC is relatively easy to treble up to the 17th fret. Au-del is more random image.
The guitar has a pleasant forms, it is less cumbersome than a dreadnought, and fits well, I think, small jigs. No heavy wear.
Bad point, however, there is only one belt clip, it is necessary to use a shoelace to play standing up, fewer armed with a drill and to add a level of heel.
Plutt balance the sound level, fairly thunderous, in fact, for a guitar of this brand (I have big prjugs). Pleasant to the accompaniment of rhythm. For acoustic blues, it makes fun of.
Plug and play?
Once branch, then it is much the rgler this little prampli Bband: knob the "Presence" is a disaster in my opinion, it adds a breath of really ugly in ugly. I just RULES prs-6V. For the rest, treble, bass, mid and low volume prs in the middle, fiddling.
Transplanted into a sound system with a direct box, not bad. It also makes a pretty good acoustic amp. (Roland AC-60, for example)
A mid-range guitar thunder (400 in-store, with softcase), a brand which has had many preconceptions (such as "cardboard guitars"). Plutt warm sound, it is enjoyable to play.
Branch is less "foot", I happened to make me yell because of the breath (see knob presence). In a static back to the home studio, not bad.
It makes fun to play on this guitar, it stands up for small scenes. But if it is pleasant, Deutsche, I'm not really thrilled with the sensor pizo.