Dreadnought made in Japan for FCN-London in the early 70s.
The spruce top, mahogany back and sides
Neck, fingerboard and bridge Mahogany probably too.
The varnish has given (perfect round) in 35 years, just not badly yellowed
The thin neck at the nut has always lived up to the key and the frets, too worn, perhaps, give a little lack of accuracy and precision.
The amount of
brands of strings that I mounted venture to say that it is his best record in the midrange.
For a private
infrequent I use for 35 years with always the same pleasure, regret not sing too well that it m accompanies it.