Everything with the guitar showed up and I was very impressed the only thing that was a minor problem was the string pins kept popping out and I had to redo the pins, but after that the guitar was in good shape.
The echo was a really good choice from the get go. It was everything I wanted it to be. I am in no way a professional and it is mostly a hobby. I didn’t need the most expensive guitar out there. For the price point it is the best. I can compare it to Washburn guitars I have played and it plays just like them. Really good and highly recommend.
For the craftmanship alone this instrument is solid and the sustain is amplified with a clean ending making this guitar a must have for any style player who wants a quality instrument. thank you orangewood
Still a rank amateur, but I was interested in the Echo after seeing an online review. My only other acoustic is a mahogany Tanglewood and I thought the Echo would be not only good but very different.
I tried to temper my high expectations, but was still blown away. I consider this to be a fairly budget friendly guitar and it played well right out of the box. Great spritely sound, action feels as comfortable as my favorite t-shirt, and the sustain is ridiculous -- in a good way. Probably the best thing I can say is that I never really understood "action" or "sustain" until I played my Echo. It was wonderful right out of the box. A joy to play.
I was slightly skeptical of the rave reviews (but curious enough to buy) now I'm writing one of them. Thank you.