Guitar hybrid acoustic / electric CRAFTER Korean brand, thus having a chance of being manufactured there.
Solid mahogany body
Flamed maple top
Hybrid preamplifier P90/Acoustic
A micro thomann Kent Armstrong P90
1 LRBaggs Element transducer
Color: Black High Gloss
The handle is quite comfortable to handle, rather flat (not a nice round neck Les Paul style)
Form (the guitar is a 1/4) and the width does not interfere at all the game, the guitar is made on the basis of folk guitar, and the weight is very nice (3.5 kg max in my opinion) even after 1 hour concert not a pain!
With a form of folk with cutaway, access to acute remains quite difficult but not impossible, but after its own is less by a misplacement of fingers. We easily get a good sound even if an open chord played too strong a little curling guitar.
Despite all the demos that you can find on YouTube, I use a good registry in rock, but I operate his microphone for acoustic pieces calm. Armed only with a multi-effects pedal Zoom G1X can do many great things!
The acoustic guitar is just perfect nothing wrong, if it is needed potentiometer this micro fills our desires. The micro Kent Armstrong P90 lacks a bit of fishing and treble I personally packed with settings on my multi-effects.
-: Electric (but once the acute increased LET'S ROCK!)
I use it for 7 months now and Repette in concert and I'm really happy with my purchase, I chose this guitar just based on my videos, tests, advice .. And I do not regret at all! Something interesting with the guitar bought new is a Y-jack that allows us to separate the two microphones to play on 2 different amps (acoustic, electric).
My first guitar was an opportunity for low-end, so the difference is impressive although the first sounds good, so level quality / price the price is consistent with the quality of the guitar (about 500 €).
In hindsight, I think I would do when the choice, I would perhaps leaned Ibanez Montage or both Parkwood H4 hybrid guitars.
One guitar that brings together many worlds, so a very good guitar for beginners looking for their style, or those in quest for new sounds!
Presentation of the guitar by myself on video (Its iPod sorry):