This is a parlour guitar, it has a gentle sound, not loud, gentle and mellow. Mine stays in tune for very long periods. I played it, borrowed from a friend and it sounded really nice. My wife got the same instrument for me for Xmas. It stays in tune, nice low action, the neck is wonderful. This is a very fine guitar, the front wood is book matched, that means the wood is split and opened like a book. It is totally symmetrical, so is the rear? Why would you book match the back unless there was a pride involved in it's construction. For a relatively low cost guitar, the workmanship is excellent, this is a very fine guitar. If you see one, just get it. Nut is great, tuners are great. Its really a very fine instrument. 20 fret, 15 up to the body, very very playable.
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girolas's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
type parlor guitar made I know not where in Asia.
Solid pine table
the rest I do not know.
it's all over, no traces of glue, shrink is correct.
mechanical oil bath base.
20 frets, 14th junction box.
the handle is very nice, it all rings true and the action can be set very low.
it's a parlor so it super comfortable, very light, it trimballe everywhere.
The big surprise is the sound, well balanced, the bass is very present in this type of guitar and very round.
the sound is very warm.
power level is a parlor ...
perfect for lots of styles of acoustic music and very nice for jazz as it has sound really hot and round.