Dreadnought spruce top, rosewood back and sides, golden mechanical oil bath, mahogany boxes 20, junction of the cash box in the 14th. Markers in abalone snowflakes form, biding on around the table and also abalone rosette. Gloss. Manufacturing in China.
Regarding the playing comfort, the handle is not particularly flat, like a Fender, for example, it may seem uncomfortable at first. Matter of practice and habit. As this is a non electro acoustic, with no cutaway so, access to the top of the neck beyond the 14th fret is rather limited, such fast incurtion fingertips, almost without hope of return. Once listed overcome these disadvantages (depending on what is required of an instrument and why it was chosen among many others), I did not find any other fault.
The sound is powerful, but clearly supported by solid bass and midrange fleshy. It (the sound) is not extremely subtle, perhaps you it rounded over time, we'll see. Ideal for gaming agreements, quite correct for the picking like Black Bird and Julia. In my opinion guitarist modest, hardworking and applied, but happy to play, you can ask him without risking a lot of disappointment.
I play with in recent months. I like its sound, its finish, the varnish seems fine and applied with care, quality wood, rosewood probably plays an important role in its powerful sound. The decorations are quite successful in abalone, present without overload. I chose it partly because of its great price (at the time of liquidation of stock) I was looking for a guitar in this category, rather spruce / mahogany.
Under these conditions, I would do this choice, of course. At the normal price in the 430 Euros, probably I will try other models in more depth.