Made in the USA
Bridge-type folk ebony
Channel end, 43 mm wide, flat
1 body sensor acoustics, electric micro internal handle, electric micro lipstick easel
5 configuration independent electric pickups or microphones connected in series or parallel.
volume control and an acute setting (very effective, active electronics) low setting
Very agéable Channel width allows many different types of game
Well balanced, fairly light, very good access to acute (21st box without problem)
It takes a little practice to find the desired sounds and most importantly we need to find an amp that reflects the different configurations (the best I've found is a rivera Clubster 25, I also had a little crush on amp smith jazz ... less versatile, but brilliant!)
Acoustic or electro yes ... no excess harmonic quite right all the time but just about all the types of agreements. Enough to play at home without amppli or accompany volume without shouting.
Micro lipstick ... slamming and metal, it reflects all the nuances of the game .. a treat.
micro eclectic handle ... I am less a fan, a little too straight, too cold for my taste ... but I do not know can not be the value I like blues, electric sounds are a bit too "clean".
Clubster rivera amp or 25 amp electro (yamaha or mega amp)
I had lag with bare knuckle, a us strat ... microphones T5 are really a very high level! In acoustics, I now have a Gibson Nick Lucas who surpasse.J 'had also normann a taylor 410 ... I prefer the T5.
I love its versatility, ease of play for electro acoustic, its acoustic and electronic sounds, the bridge pickup .... aaarh!
I do not like: the battery you should stall with a piece of paper to prevent unwanted vibration (times by microphones)