The woods are noble and exotic.
Table (band): solid spruce
The Elisse: mucally and African mahogany (giving an intense deep black)
Neck: African Mahogany
Key: mongoy (is black)
Bridge: mongoy (is black)
Motorsports AND gold plated gold
The guitar is beautiful, light, exotic wood is noble (and still feels as good ^ ^), the finishes are really perfect.
I am not 10, because it lacks ties straps
The body is not very wide, which makes it very ergonomic.
Handle type C, cozy, it glissssse.
However, the handle is rather short, it has 19 frets, you'll tell me is normal, neither too much nor too little ... yes ... except that the 15th fret is just accessible. Well, for me it goes I never go by there, but good nonetheless!
We regret the absence of marker is usual in this type of guitar there, but it remains awkward for my taste.
Recess for the perfect sound that goes without saying!
Suitable for all styles of music, jazz, blues, rock and bossa nova recess ...
The bass is very present and deep, acute slap, mixed the two that gives you the sound terribly harmonious.
Although the fund is neither wide nor tall, there's a great resonance.
There is no need to attack the strings like an ox so that we can hear you.
I use it since 2007 it has been almost 5 years now.
I had one other acoustic guitar before that but I have tried many other homes of friends, by far I prefer my lovely
What I like least: it'll be quick ... the absence of marker, the last ~ 5 frets that are very difficult to access.
What I like best: this is rated "craft" (absolutely nothing derogatory to that) because the finish is beautiful, color, wood quality, robustness (no single scratch and yet she banged two, three times ...), the quality of mechanical and price ^ ^
The value for money, probably unbeatable, even for someone who starts I would strongly advise a model such as this one ... 330 € for a finish and its AWESOME!
(Yes the one that begins right there should put labels with p'tites pellets and voila)