Made in China it seems.
Good copy of gypsy jazz guitar: fret zero, floating bridge (ie not glued), not ugly tailpiece which is to be noted, accepts both strings with ball and string loop.
The finish is exemplary, unfortunately (on my model anyway), but at this price do not dream of:
Small-polish defects in the mouth (varnish to the passage does not seem very thick)
-More annoying, bad key benchmarks pearl set (too deep for the 3 and 5)
-On my 12 fret model with a lack of polish at the rope if ... could lead to premature wear of the rope ...
The varnish-polish flawed in some corners, but it's really a detail.
Handle relatively late, at least much less than a round classic example.
Access to acute way, as always the guitar style.
Guitar is very light, but fairly balanced (sitting on the right knee)
To get the type gypsy, immediately turn rotten ropes bronze original, and quick to put Argentine strings.
Excellent for beginners to gypsy jazz, as long as the rise in Argentine strings, and play "style"! (Large pick, clean attack, detached from the main table, game sweep and stubborn, pump gypsy)
6 months of use, I'm happy. Well it is clear that this small model can not compete with a guitar maker, but she can learn at lower prices.
I preferred to climb 11-46 rather than 10-45, but we must admit that it does not change in mass volume. In any case, the mouth is small on this model, the sound is very directional.