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This a killer guitar. Unbelievable value for its price point. The Echo 12 can hang with any Taylor or Martin at 3 times the price. I really dig the on board tuner too. This thing is loud when strummed with a medium pick. I havent had a chance to hear it amplified but I am sure I wont be disappointed. The accessories kit is also a great value. The capo is really decent, and the little clamp on tuner is a hoot too! Rock on fellow axe slingers!
I am a Luthier having built several solid wood 12 strings. My favorite was a solid Rosewood 12 string. That is until some crazy drunk broke the guitar and split the heal in two. This is the price I paid for gigging with my prized instrument (won't make that mistake again). I needed a replacement and quick. Did a lot of research and came across Orangewood guitar reviews on YouTube. Many glowing reviews. My only question was whether they made a 12 string. Sure enough, they do and I decided to order one. I have to say, I have been impressed with the workmanship and the sound. I had to adjust my playing style quite a bit as I am used to slightly heavier strings and I loosed the truss rod. I really have no complaints and this guitar is as good as any of the slew of big name guitars made in Asia that I have owned or played at a fraction of the cost. It plays as good as any guitar I have made and that is saying a lot. The sound is also excellent at this price point. Recommended!
I haven't played with the settings much because it sounds so good just set in the middle. Guitar came we'll set up.
This is a sturdy, solid, well crafted and beautiful instrument. The on-board tuner is a dandy and right out of the box I had the guitar tuned in minutes or less. After noodling through and around some of the obligatory 12-string tunes (Over the Hills and Far Away, More than a Feeling, As Tears Go By, etc.) I felt confident that I made the right choice. The neck feels great, frets and fret ends are smooth, fingerboard comfortable, just low enough action, and Ernie Ball Earthwood Silk&Steel are a great fit for this particular instrument. Well matched resulting in very good tones. Rich warm bright all at once with terrific sustain and meaningful presence. Just for fun I put a capo on the 7th fret and Here Comes the Sun sounded immense. Capo on the 2nd fret and A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall sounded like there was periodic harmonica accompaniment. Capo on the 1st fret and Guess Things Happen That Way and Big River were room filling. I could go on and on but I'd rather play guitar than type reviews :)