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rhcpfan rhcpfan
Publié le 11/18/07 à 02:25
Guitar made in China I believe, at least in Asia!
20 frets, rosewood fingerboard, solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides.
The handle is round but not too big.
It is a standard size dreadnought, classic.
Mine was pretty well finished, no defects except to note the action a little high, but it is set ....

UTILIZATION

The handle is nice, not too thick. Access to top treble is not limited by the fact that the guitar does not have a cutaway. It weighs around 3.5 to 4 pounds and has good ergonomics. It really is a comfortable guitar.
The sound is not bad but not great, but I think that given the price it is ok or even good.

SOUNDS

The guitar can sometimes have a slightly plastic but otherwise the sontient the road, without of course also the references of its kind, this guitar is really intended for electric guitarists who want a cheap acoustic, but not zero (like me! !).

OVERALL OPINION

I use it for a little over a year and a half from time to time. The lack of cutaway is the only thing I have against this guitar is well made considering the price. The violin and finish are good, so I probably would do that choice!
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