Canadian maple neck 21 frets very well done, I personally like the maple fingerboard but there is an option of rosewood. Screwed 6 points.
Choice of microphones (three séparéments or couples), 6 possible combinations is carried out through the potentiometer, it meets all my needs in a single step, without seeking a sound equalizer in the trimmings for an hour.
Handle big enough but giving a very homogenous over the entire range,
treble sound very good (21 cases).
My amp with Eden, she snores perfectly and the sound is very wide and wooded.
Quality / price ratio excellent, I had Fender U.S. American and other low (eg Tobias), that it offers a very good violin and a sound that has nothing to envy them.
The bass is a bit heavy though, but it was the real "tree wood" ... and that goes with it: the sustain and harmonics are present, octaves sound.
I regret my choice even if it is not a famous model or prestigious (because little known) and despite valves deaf people / heavy on the Canadian brand.
Moreover, in Canada, I believe that we know how low, is not it?