Made in UK
Style: Guitar small format "Parlour"
Top: Cedar Canada's massive
Back: Solid African Mahogany
Sides: African Mahogany
Neck: African Mahogany solid
Bridge: Solid Indian Rosewood
Head: Rosewood on Mahogany
Net decoration: Multiple Celluloid
The handle is small and is reminiscent to that of a stratum.
Access to treble is very limited. It's a lovely-looking guitar. Its small size makes it so charming and somewhat reminiscent of that of a dobro.
Sound: While there care it hurts! The sound is bright and very well balanced. It sounds miraculously well suited for picking and playing the blues.
She also surprises with its resonance despite its small size.
I have owned a lot of scratch and so far is the one that suits me best. It makes it stand out by offering a different sound from other guitars and so it must be admitted, by his look.
It all sounds good on the stick even though access to acute is not terrible.
I have two years and as I said just before ... NO REGRET!
The ratio q / p is exceptional. A true parlor at that price is the bomb.