Made in Indonesia
Preamp with volume and tone controls
The main particularity of this guitar is its wood (but I don't know what it is)
Mine has six screws at the 19th fret. I wouldn't call it precision work
In spite of its 30 years and some wearing marks it aged very well
It looks beautiful
Grover machine heads...
Very pleasant neck.
Very good access to the upper frets in spite of the six screws mentioned above...
Standard folk guitar shape
I only play it unplugged. The guitar sounds quite loud
I never tried to plug it.
It's only good for blues
And it's perfect for me
Very present lows and mids... It's my ideal acoustic sound
It always sounds fantastic both fingerpicking and with a pick and even if you hammer the strings
It doesn't sound good for pop and modern music styles (not enough high-mids and highs) but that's not a problem for me
I've been using it for about two years.
I like the fact that it's a unique guitar from a brand that you don't see very often
I bought it secondhand without trying it out before...
I play it every day since and I won't give it away
I'll cry if it ever gets lost
If I find a second one anywhere I'll buy it
I'm very happy with my purchase.