Folk size dreadnought.
Made in Canada (95% wood canada). Brand input range from Godin.
Handle very nice (as opposed to notice where it is explained that these guitars have sleeves "loggers", I affirm that the gameplay is good)
Flawless finish. Mechanical oil bath chroméées reliable and accurate (good for tuning)
No cutaway access to acute is therefore more difficult.
Huge projection: Above all other folk I've tried in this format! Guitar well balanced. Typical folk sound accompaniment (without background music!)
Great value for money. Good playability. Ideal for rhythmic accompaniment.
The handle is big enough, but very pleasant, the hand can easily slip it without addictive, with no cuteway, access to acute after the 13th cargo can be complicated.
The sound is incomparable for me, I had and tried DJ Martin, Taylor, Gibson and away from such a recess ... I'm talking about the entry-level brands .. .
It has good bass, treble bright, and especially its hard!
I play blues, and jazz ... I must say it is perfect.
For the price, I think this guitar sounds better than the first price in Taylor, because it has deep bass and brilliant treble. I have a Taylor, Fender and of very good quality but I have a net preferences for this one because it is pleasant and has excellent sound, no need to play by pressing the strings dj sound is powerful.
Made in Canada with Canadian wood
Also available with an electro preamp godin
The handle is very nice
highs not very accessible it beyond the 15th fret
The sound is great at all points (treble, bass)
I like to draw attention to the powerful sound quality of this guitar
it's been 1 year and a half that I have and I had no worries
what I like most is the power of the guitar
the price / quality ratio is excellent (although since it is increased) is incomparable to the entry of brands like Martin or Taylor (or you pay the brand more than anything else)
I would definitely do it again this election, but few that I will be the model electro.