""If you are looking for inspiration, looking to do something different, this is the guitar to take you there""
As stated if it was lost, or something I would buy it again, The thing I like the least is probably the tuners, I do not know if you can do better using nylon strings, but again I found the DAdarrio exp a huge improvement. Yes, the product has created great growth in my playing, in taking me to levels I never thought I would reach! My fave thing about it again is the sound, sound, sound! Sound
When I bought this guitar , 11 years ago I played it next to other guitars that were more exspensive, the tone in this one, was the selling point,the rosewood, is the sweetest sound, I play with a jazz style, also alot of fingerstyle,the action is excellent, I have used it in recording, with excellent results, I have used it for solo work, small auditoriums, and large ones, the sound, the electronics, all is superb, my only recommendation is to use good strings, such as DAddario, EXP. I play this through a Polytone amp, you do not need any effects, it is as pure as can be, all other guitars get traded every few years, except this one. Features
No accessories, the electronics give you plenty of choices, included is a built-in tuner, which you need with a classical, changes in air temp, causes the strings to go sharp, if it is hot, or flat if it is cold. Buying the dAddario exp, strings greatly improves the retuning, they are nylon strings. The cedar top, and rosewood sides are what give this guitar the excellent tonal qualities,the…