GN45SCE Acoustic-Electric Guitar
Review by [anonymous]
I can't think of one thing about this guitar that I don't like. I play jazz with it and also some light classical. It works great for both. Especially fine for Brazilian jazz. Of course it does not have all of the qualities of a classical, but the solid woods allow for great tone and resonance when unplugged.
The pick up is great. When played through an acoustic amp it allows for a wide range of tones, balance, softness or crispness. Acoustically it is loud and has great tone do to the solid woods. I have owned it for about 5 years and it sounds better as it ages, as one would expect with a solid wood guitar.
It has a great appearance. Glossy finish over beautiful wood. It has nice inlay and binding, well crafted and assembled.
I love the feel. The neck is perfect for playing fast jazz runs as well as jazz chords. The string spacing also allows one to transfer from a wide classical neck without a large adjustment.
I have never had any problems with this guitar.
I feel the price is appropriate for the quality of this instrument.
I know that I sound like an advertisement for this guitar but of the many guitars that I have owned this is one of the best suited to what it is designed for that I play.
Review by jon
I've been playing for over 40 years, and this is by far the best classical guitar you can get for the money! These went for $1100.00 new, and I got mine on e-bay for under $400.00 and that was with the case! Great for jazz! thin neck and built very well. I highly recommend this guitar, it's very beautiful sounding!