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 ....
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.
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! !).
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!