I think it is still expensive to be sold as an affordable guitar. And it comes with an "unsanded carved top"! Wow!
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torndownunit said:I am a member on a few other forums, and the dislike for this guitar seems to be pretty much universal hah. People seem to hate it so much it actually makes them angry in some cases.