The instrument offers a lot of value considering the price. (massive spruce top and rosewood!!!)
The guitar is supplied with a good quality gig bag.
Funny enough the price of the guitar is affordable for beginners but the string action is rather high, which makes it difficult to play. It's not a problem for me since I also play a gypsy guitar
Pleasant neck, well-balanced instrument.
The medium frets are well manufactured.
The cutaway allows a good access to the upper frets.
The machine heads allow the guitar to stay in tune.
The integrated tuner is an advantage because the manual mode allows you to use open tunings (unlike the standard EADGBE tuning)... nice and convenient.
The sound is amazing! The guitar sounds really good. The massive top is one of the main reasons the sound i so good. The mids are well-balanced and the lows are very present but not overemphasized so the overall sound balance is good. The highs are crystal-clear.
It's exactly the sound I expected from this guitar.
I can bet you that it will keep on sounding better as it ages and that the sound balance will be enhanced after a few months.
The electro-acoustic sound is good. The piezo pickup does a good job. If you try to mix both pickups you'll need to use headphones because otherwise you get feedbacks really fast. But the possibility to mix both pickups using headphones is very interesting. The sound of the body pickup minimizes the cold and straight sound of the piezo. The 3-band EQ is effective. The guitar provides two different outputs. 1/4" jack and XLR...
I bought this "small" guitar after reading an excellent review. It got a very good mark. And the editor was right. The sound/finish/price ratio is excellent. You get a lot more value than you pay for.
As I already wrote before, it's not exactly a guitar for beginners because of the high string action. But it will seduce any guitarist looking for a good electro-acoustic guitar. And I guess the sound will only get better considering the wood quality.
¤ Made in China (I think, I would have to remove the anti-feedback to check, and the strings will not enjoy being relaxed and retightened, given the state in which they are ...)
¤ Mahogany neck, Rosewood fingerboard 20 frets
¤ Solid Spruce Top, Rosewood back and sides
¤ Mechanical oil bath
¤ electronics-PM first than to take
- Integrated chromatic tuner
- Equalizer bass, middle, treble, presence, and balance between micro piezo
¤ The handle is nice, but if the guitar has 20 frets, you can not actually play on 18.
¤ The form is located between a Dreadnought and Jumbo, and it is much more ergonomic than them.
- Access to acute, considering it has 18 squares (the last two are on the body of the guitar), it's perfect.
¤ I play everything with this guitar: Brassens, Goldman, AC-DC (yes, Highway to hell to dry, it is amazing!), Forbidden Games, etc.. and is suitable for all pure acoustic. The sound is great for a guitar at this price!
¤ Once connected, found sound a bit worse, but still more than adequate. This is not a Martin, but it's enough!
¤ I use it for about 6 months, this is my first folk, and I'm very happy.
¤ I tried several other guitars, electronic or not, therefore Epiphone, Ibanez and the Takamine, and this is the one I preferred.
¤ This is a report quality / price ratio with a quality like this! This is a Storm, but it sounds good!
¤ With experience and with a budget of € 300, yes, I would do this choice, after a little over budget, I think I'll go see Lag Tramontane in or Fender Sonoran.
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