"Inexpensive crossover axe"
This reviewer purchased this item from Same Day Music.
Sounds OK, but soft acoustically and a bit brittle amplified. Decent for the price point, but I wouldn't gig with it.
For me, the most useful features are the thinline body, narrower neck, and position markers. Easier for me to get used to than traditional classical, since I'm mostly a steel-string player.
Ease of Use:
After tweaking the action and filing fret ends, it's very comfortable to play.
Nice-looking finish, but not so durable. Electronics are so-so. Once again, for the price point, very nice
I tried a lot of nylon strings at this price point, and this was by far the best, in terms of playability, and providing the features I wanted.
The Wow Factor:
Looks very nice
This instrument fulfills my needs very well. I bought it to hava a nylon string to noodle around on, but I didn't want to pay a lot for one, since it would get limited usage. It is better than anything else I tried in the sub-$400 range. If it were lost or stolen, I would probably buy another. If you're looking for a gigging guitar, this isn't it. But it's fun to play, feels comfortable, sounds acceptable, and has good playability. If you're a steel-string player looking to experiment with nylon string guitar, I would recommend it.