Chinese manufacturing. . . already ... of the late twentieth century ... around 1995 that despite the years is still as beautiful. Well ok it's not a NO! (Ok I cry) no ads!
Compared to current productions blue, pink or other ...
It looks just like a great ... (A real big) see for yourself.
Except that many would have 19 frets while it has only 18
This is a guitar that is supposed to make you want to learn.
Who might want to learn on a guitar rainbow sky?
The sound is Korek!
It is easy to play (although I put on the gloves in 10) and it is remarkably tuning.
Channel enjoyable to watch as to touch.
Good string slipped a little high ... 5mm to last fret (do not own the guitar study?)
The sound output is not unpleasant.
The arpeggio goes better than the jazz arrangements ... but good on a ¾ to 8 / 10 years jazz arrangements ...
Purchased in 1997 (+ -) for my son who has never learned because of interest.
Being myself "gratouilleur" I do not play regularly for she fell asleep.
I also have a 1GR01, 1996 Esteve, an EKO Ranger 6, 1970 (+ -) and a 5-string banjo EKO 1977.
My preference is to my ARIA A552 1985 (- +) while waiting to play my purchased Julio SANCHO there is little ...
The price / quality ratio is more than adequate to start with a guitar fun to play, and keep looking ...