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You want a loud 3/4 size travel guitar? Hear it over the surf at the beach here you go! Craftsmanship is top notch this little guys showed up virtually in tune when I bought it all the way to the Maryland! I’m definitely gonna be adding more to my collection can’t speak to the higher priced models but this one is a steal. Also I see a lot of comments about intonations or coming out of tune. This is a very simple fix everyone small guitars are perplexingly always stocked with thin strings but to make up for the lack of tension of a longer scale you need thicker strings! So if you usually rock 8-9’s on your full size get 10’s and if you use light/medium get .11/.12./.13 even. I put D’Addario Phosphore bronzes as soon as it showed up. Small adjustments on the truss rod Per day as needed(3) after a good Initial adjustment. I normally only turn 1/8 at a time but probably did a 1/4 it really needed the relief. Projects much more and stays in tune just fine but I found it a little buzzy still when I was strumming hard so I took a pack of medium gauges I use on my full size dreadnaught it’s perfect. Would recommend higher tension Medium gauges if you want to fix these issues makes bending harder but it’s just like a full scale length. Just don’t forget so adjust that truss if you do or it will damage your guitar neck!
I purchased this guitar for no other reason than for practicing on, travel, Lounging around the house, and campfires...etc. Something small, cheap, fun to play that I wouldn’t have to worry too much about. I was very surprised at the build quality for the price. Especially considering it’s made in China. It’s excellent quality for what I am using it for. The frets are nice and smooth, the neck is comfortable, the body is smooth and sturdy, and the guitar looks great! The turners aren’t the greatest but they aren’t terrible by any means. The guitar is so comfortable to play due to its small scale length. No more wrist pain from long sessions of playing/practicing. You’re not going to get super bright, loud sound out of this, but that’s expected out of a mini parlor shaped guitar. It’s great for the purposes listed above! I could also see this being a fantastic first guitar for kids or people of smaller frame. I would recommend!!
This is a great little guitar and really well made. It works perfectly to throw in the car and have something to practice on during my lunch breaks. The only drawback is that it seems to have trouble staying in tune for even a full song... I’ll change the strings soon and put some graphite in the nut slots to see if that helps. Might just be “breaking in” but we’ll see. Either way, this guitar is a great value for the price paid. I’m looking into buying one of the Highland models as well.
I have no experience playing the guitar. I just started and I have to say that because of it's small size, it has been easy to hold and I love it! I recommend.