When I bought it, the strings were relatively high, so I lowered it all for a more comfortable playing.
And finally, the neck is super nice, downhill a little speed ranges can be in total comfort.
For rhythm as for solos, the handle is nickel for a guitar of this price.
Obviously there is an entry level, so even if the sound quality / price ratio is great guitar, it sounds still less than 700 € gypsy.
But to have tested a lot of gypsy entry-level guitars, the north wind sounds much better than Aria or Nash in the same price range, IMHO.
The T66 is FJE electro acoustic, so not bad for recording compound: just plugger via a mini-jack in the sound card, and go.
With no acoustic amp, I tested on my guitar amps out of curiosity, and T66 FJE on Marshall ... It's weird!
But on a real acoustic amp, ca may sound I think
I use it for several years and I am delighted for the use that I have.
For rhythm, this guitar is great.
For solo, you can get tired once we have a very good level. But his work ranges unpretentious, this guitar is impeccable.
Overall, this is for me one of the best quality price ratio for beginners in gypsy cheaply.