This is a classic scratch everything typical, 19 frets, made in Spain (hand, adds the label). Not much talk on this. Fittings poses no problem. I have absolutely no idea what type of bridge it could well be, but mattez the photo and make you an idea. It dsaccorde relatively slowly (but it dsaccorde all the same, is the whole Drama)
Question varnishes and finishes, quality is at the appointment. I have mine since preque 15, she has a lot Voyag she has seen it all, but by far, it has the new air (one meter and a half to see if it is dark)
If you want to amplify everything, offer you a pickup "shadow", it's really terrible.
Handle very pleasant. The strings are the perfect height.
Difficult access to treble from box 13, very difficult to del box 15 (but is working)
This guitar is like a aventurire size, it is perfectly balanced and every knee should, in all positions.
Apart from that it lacks the overtones of a great guitar ... (great in the sense Ortega or Takamine)
The sonority is is very good. Unlike a lot of classic guitars nazes when it is granted, really means that there is a net plus.
She has a sweet sound and a little metal once, not very powerful, but complete. (I'm not really know the lingo, but I think everyone can understand what it means to a complete sound). Low rsonnent very well.
If you have tried to do as ben harper and me (^^), connect your microphone shadow (pralablement install in your bridge) a marshall full of distortion (or another amp like that) and you will see strength you only feature that piece of drinks (besides themselves is superb).
Quality price very well, I would do this choice without hsiter. (Unless you made me a Takamine 80%)
It is a classical guitar, very classic. There's really nothing special to note about it.
It is slightly out of tune, and improved significantly over time. Given what she has stood ever since I did, I think we can be called a solid!
I added to mine a piezo "Happen" which allows me to amplify it.
The guitar is normal. I love the run but I have this guitar for 13 years and I am perhaps not very impartial.
Access to acute is obviously the downside of this guitar, as on all conventional, cutaway, especially since the action is fairly high on mine.
It is a classical guitar, no surprise, but it sounds great, and very deep. Many people who try to compliment me on the sound of the scratching.
I suppose this quality is partly due to age. I tested the same model twice in the store and I was surprised by the somewhat plastic sound compared to mine. This is of course not the only nor the oldest guitar I played, but I think what has been particularly aged!
I have recently been able to connect via the piezo Happen in a great sound system in concert (farm Biéreau, Louvain-la-Neuve). The sound was really stunning. Very nice, very hot and very dynamic.
I have since 1998. That's my only classical guitar, but I have tried many others, is my favorite and probably one of the best I have had in hand.
To buy a classical guitar, I would buy one with a cutaway, because I like to go in the treble. However, this requirement aside, and given the excellent aging of mine, I warmly recommend this model.