Neck: Honduras mahogany reinforced with ebony bar. The action is very good. The handle is very comfortable and easy to play. The key of course is ebony.
Table: solid cedar cut on area with beautiful polished régulières.Le veins is fine.
The sides and back: Solid Indian Rosewood.
The rose is nicely decorated, but it's a matter of taste.
It's a very nice guitar to play. But it's a classic, so the ribs and the shape varies little from one model to another. The transition electric guitar / classical is no problem, except for those who are usually barred two strings with the thumb (picking). But it is characteristic of any classical guitar. This is why I put 8 / 10, in comparison with an electric guitar.
With his body mass, the sound is projected very well. It is quite round and warm. The highs are there, clear and well defined, but without being aggressive. The strings used are of great importance. Do not hesitate to switch brands to find his own sound. This is where we see the quality of a good violin on a classical guitar.
This model was abandoned and as it dates back a dozen years, have solid wood soft.
It is a beautiful guitar, but that is no longer. The new price is correct, then in time, do not hesitate if you want to get through the "student".