Originally Korean, this Coronado differs from its predecessor by its manufacture wood (the original being res-o-glass, correct me if I say something stupid). It retains the hollow body.
It exists in two versions: with or without Bigsby vibrato. For my part, I bought one with Bigsby (because I have not found it used, I'd rather not).
The balance is good: you do not feel the guitar pull to one side or the other. The handle is also comfortable even if its width does not allow me to find the playability that I have on my Telecaster for example.
Access to acute is not a straightforward ease without being a hassle. That said, with 20 cases, there are not a lot of treble.
I rise 10-46 is playable, it sounds a bit but I feel that it floats. It may benefit to be mounted in 10-52 or 11-52. Try it on occasion!
Sounds blues. Rock sounds. Sounds good.
Follower of his rather "vintage", I use Fender Pure Nickel strings 150. It's hot, mild, sometimes a little dull and not always very rich treble. Especially on the neck pickup. On the bridge pickup, it is more balanced, it has more bite and it suits me well.
I use it mainly on Vox (AC30AC4TV and) they get along well. Try it on a Fender Blues Junior, with a slight crunch, it is very convincing!
I use very little effect but through a Big Muff, it gives some interesting things on the bridge pickup. Side handle, it lacks sharpness (but a Big Muff, it drools a lot).
I've had six months at the time I write this opinion.
In the same range, I had compared with a Town & Country. I hesitated but Coronado is more enjoyable to play buttons on the Town & Country has bothered me (I bumped it).
More generally, I have a lot of guitars (trop. ..): Telecaster, Gretsch 5122, Danelectro DC-59 ... Quite different things, none of which I do not want to separate myself for now. Just like Coronado.
Small unimportant remark: if you want to play live and the way you want it, do not dress in black (or dark). Or do not take the black. Its shape makes it blends well into the landscape.