This is a guitar could not be more classic case is the rosewood and spruce. The handle is reinforced at the back with a latte in ebony I think. The key is rosewood. Only drawback, the handle is wide enough but hey, when you have big fingers, this can be a quality!
Given the limited information I have, it must be manufactured in Korea under the control of Spanish luthiers.
It is true that this is not the handle of a Ibanez but eventually you get used to. Do not try to get into too much treble, the skirt of the body is not cut and then anyway, it is not used much in my opinion, there are already plenty of boxes
This is a guitar that is well in hand, what a classic!
For a classic, it really is not traditional, you can play everything, classical, flamenco, blues rock and it sounds ... It is amazing!
I use it for over a year now. The sound has been enhanced and has taken the boot! I bought it directly from a luthier who advised me. I begin to understand why now. Its price was 320 €. Before the purchase, I had tried dozens of different models in classical and folk: Taylor, Alhambra, Admira, Santos y staff, Stagg, Godin, Ibanez ... from 200 to € 1200 and there is no photo, it has the sound, it sounds right away. I can play for hours without tiring, and yet it's been over 20 years that I practice the guitar. The luthier told me this model Aria launched in 2007 and the first productions have benefited from the best wood. That may be why it has that sound so appealing. The value is above all that we can hope. The only guitar I've tried and which I think was one was equivalent to € 1,600 a Camp ...