Made in the land of paella
Set neck and wide enough
19 frets without markings
Rosewood or Ebony, I do not know
Bassist by training, the handle is flat and wide, attention to small hands.
Classical form, easy access until the 15th box, the body does not facilitate access to acute, but with a bit of gymnastics, we reach the 19th fret.
Flamenco guitar type, light, well balanced, fairly narrow body (quite different to my acoustic bass which is a mastodon)
For sound, it is clear, sounds good, a little soft with the low E but it sure did pick ^ ^
The finger-picking is facilitated by the spacing of the strings, even if I find a little high at the handle
Accustomed to the metal, this guitar is not, a priori, has my style of guitar. However, it has a beautiful sound and it's nice to take pieces "hard" in acoustics. The beginning of Welcome Home Sanitarium or Fade to Black by Metallica lend well to exercise and follow good rhythm guitar.
Small flat at the high E, which for my taste, sounds too plastic box after the 12th, is hollow, without much interest, and that whatever the string sets used.
In the end, nice guitar that I use for 3 years now, I had tried several and was the only appropriate e despite the size of the handle. Meanwhile I got my acoustic bass (which I can not let go) and the two complement each other well.
The weight of this guitar st an edge, easy to carry by its small size and light weight.
It was to start guitar and frankly it makes you want to continue although the abscence of markers on the button was, and remains a big problem