It is everything it was advertised to be. Sounds wonderful, it's light and very pretty. The action is great and the intonation is perfect. All I had to do is tune it up and go. I will be getting a bass from you guys next. Keep up the good work
Friend of mine recommend this guitar, and he was right. This guitar is fun to play, looks good, feels good. Going to buy my son one and buy a mini so I can travel with it. Thanks! money well spent.
I own several acoustics and find that the Rey Spruce sounds just as good (often better) and is easier to play than a number of my higher priced guitars. The setup out of the box was spot on and the quality is amazing for the cost. Delighted with my purchase!
Good buy @ $121 with coupon. Plays and sounds great. The only negative is that the pins holes on the bridge were not drilled correctly. The pins tilt to the right or high E string, and just look funky. Don't think I'll return it right now, but we'll see in a couple of weeks.
I never heard of these guitars before until spring of 2020. Was looking for a new acoustic and almost bought one but the price was too good to be true, so I bought a Seagull. All year I kept coming back. Just purchased the Rey Spruce as a "don't care kind of guitar", mainly the price was there for it to be that type of guitar. Well, it arrived today and man what a deal! I went up and down and all around this guitar looking for flaws that would put at this price. Found one. The binding is perfect except one spot where it ends on the back. There is like a 1/16 of a gap. lol. My only other complaint is the fretboard is not rosewood, but that seems to becoming more common nowadays. Honestly, at GC or another music store this guitar is easily going to run in the mid $300 range. It's beutiful, sounds terrific (just played it for almost 2hrs), and best of all - it came set up! Beautiful action. Not sure of the nut and bridge, but they look like bone, not plastic. Not sure of the tuners, but they seem quality. Another plus - Layered Spruce and Mahogany for $135!! Not plywood with a laminate maple or spruce, ect. It wasn't in tune when it arrived. I read a lot of that as a downside on guitars bought online. It only traveled across the county during winter, and sat outside my house all day until I got home. Honestly, I feel guitars shouldn't be tuned while transported to keep stress off the neck, but just my opinion. Oh, the gigbag, it's a solid gigbag. Purchased the starter kit as well for $20. Can always use another capo and strap. Capo is decent, strap is decent, tuner seems alright (didn't use it), and comes with picks (too big for my liking, but not stiff as a board which I like). Starter kit is worth the $20. My next acoustic will be from these guys and I know I won't be disappointed