• North American made • Radiused fingerboard for added ease and comort • Pressure tested solid cedar top • Double function truss rod • Tusq nut and compensated saddle for better intonation
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Classical Guitar for the Money, January 18, 2011 By MSHARK "Mark" (Texas)
I bought mine 11 years ago; it sounded great out of the case, but it has aged and mellowed beautifully. The sound is full, rich, and can play very loud or at a slight whisper -- with nothing lost as far as tone. The overtones are gorgeous, and notes will ring for a minute or two if left untouched. This is by far the best classical guitar for the money. You can't go wrong buying this masterpiece of craftsmanship; it's a work of art.
5.0 out of 5 stars Very happy with this guitar, October 19, 2010 By Rafael E (Casselberry, FL United States)
I have to admit, I was skeptical about buying it at first. After a few days playing it, I really enjoy this guitar. I'm sure if you spend $1,000+ more you could get a better instrument, but really, for the price and for beginner/intermediate level, I think this guitar will do just fine.