It is a folk with a handle 20 freight (but not so sudden pan of about 17 playable), for wood I do not remember. The rest is an acoustic folk "classic" by the shape and color. Attention to mine it seems that the trend is mcanique taillaider the ropes but nothing serious
The handle is enjoyable is played without much fatigue. CHAC is difficult to acute (no cutaway but few go as far as the freight 15me without problem until the 17 and if we want vraiment.Son weight are normal for a guitar of such sound is good and
For my part I use it as intrument to learn to play for almost 2 years, and I must admit that it is versatile trs able to go from Led Zep's "folk" (Irish riff) without problem.
I use it for almost 2 years and made available by the absence of pan shot is nothing I blame him. J'tait arrvi in the store on a budget (200) MODEL prcis not at the top (apart from the folk high school in Dallas low-end I saw voualis) and the seller gave me guidance on what MODEL 180. For that price the finish that seems more correct and it is a good choice for beginners and even as an instrument of leisure. A choice I probably would do.
Guitar brand unknown to the general public, the box is German and relocating production to Asia. It is controlled locally by the Teutons.
Guitar dreadnough standart unremarkable but with a nice finish and little details that make the charm of this product: quality wood, impeccable aesthetics with a flawless polish, the binding on the neck and head and look great the oil bath mechanical imitation ivory tinted.
The table is massive and will age like fine wine.
Less than 150 euros, it makes him outright ... and the best is yet to come!
Nice thin neck.
No worries about the passages agreement even more difficult.
God it sounds! It got downright amazed.
Purchased and tested for my bof guitouze the beginning, the D18 I was completely thrilled. Ine owner of Parkwood 310 and a Simon and Patrick 12 string, I'm addicted to massive tables and I like the slap bass while keeping BIOEN present for the blues.
It was initially a party Cort Earth 70 NS, good beginner guitar but ages of Tennessee.
The violin of the D18 is similar to that model for 500 euros, and the sound is crystal clear highs well, keeping the rich and well balanced mids and thunderous bass.
It sounds in all styles: from folk to rock unplugged, through picking and acoustic blues. I really had a good time to shop Zique with beautiful hands
Excellent guitar for beginners or relief model to take everywhere. At that price, no hesitation. Certainly, there is no Fender or Takamine logo on the head, but this guitar has the mouth and God as it sounds.
Bought from my favorite retailer Specials 145 euros, it really made a case on bof!