acoustic-electric guitar manufactured in Asia,
Sides and Sides: Sapele
Staren preamp EQ with 4-band
grover mechanical type Oil bath
the handle is simply great fun (I owned a Yamaha, a Lag, a Tanglewood and I own a Gibson SG). I put the stick behind the Gibson facility. I think the pitch should be fairly short because, although small, I'm really comfortable on it. The frets are fine, well polished, well secured, the handle does not catch on despite its thick paint, the binding is comfortable) so very pleasant surprise, because for me, a good guitar is above all a good race.
more, the action is set low enough, then crossed the pass itself (unlike the Lag that I had: a martyrdom) it looks like an electric.
Access to treble is perfect (with cutaway section)
Sound: I would say average, little power, a metallic sound but because it manages plugged his guitar off a very bluesy. Moreover, once again, we are surprised to solo bends with ease as on an electric.
Well, I play blues, rock, and I would say for the blues, it goes very well, equalization does his job, I plug in a small amp or a transistor lamp and the sound is nice, but metallic, with little bass.
I use it for a few days I thought I made a mistake by the captain, I expected the worst, finally, the guitar is pretty well finished, it sounds quite well but above c is a delight to play compared to 3 times more expensive guitars (I return to Lag 4 seasons that I had and I sold all its beauty, paid 240 euros). I compare it to a Yamaha FX 310 in playability, but with a finish as good or better (270 euros / Yamaha).
What I like least: the lack of bass, as to the strength it will be the future that will tell but at this price, it's still a bargain.
I have no share in Euroguitar!
What I like best: the handle!
I take it back without problem even at double the price!