Handmade in England (July 1998). Mahogany, spruce, funds and sides Indian rosewood. Open head plated ebony. Its characteristic: a very fine table which gives it a special screening for its size. Consequence must go extra-light strings (11-47) not to distort the table. New price: about 2500 Euro.
Handle relatively large (45 mm at the nut) in the form C. It's a parlor, so 12 frets, but pitch 623 mm. Its small size makes it easy to play with ropes extra lights, it is very easy to play despite the width of the handle. Excellent in picking, it also accepts the chords, strumming but not excited. The sound is very characteristic treble are very clear and very present bass. Of course you can find more bass on a guitar larger, but need more power.
It's perfect for blues and folk. To rock, look elsewhere.
This is a very intimate guitar. The quality of the violin is exceptional. His power has nothing to envy to the dreadnought. Its ease of play is exceptional.