I've just taken delivery of one of these and I figured you folks here on SS.org would like to hear about it. First of all, it's a decent wee guitar for the money (sub £250). It has its foibles - the tuners could definitely be replaced with better units (they feel a bit cheap and aren't massively consistent) and the pickups are maybe a bit hotter and bassier than I would like (I might try lowering the pups and see how that affects it), and the fretboard feels a bit dry out of the box. The Thomann site lists the fretboard material as rosewood, but I hear through the grapevine it might actually be 'roseacer' (baked maple, basically) due to all the CITES shenanigans. Maybe that's why it feels different, I dunno. Might try lowering the action a touch as well, as it's maybe a bit high at the 'dusty end' of the neck. I don't venture up that end all that often anyway, so it's not really a deal breaker for me. The guitar itself is light without feeling unduly insubstantial. Neck shape feels nice in the hand. I've noticed a few wee things in the build quality that is indicative of its price point - what looks like a couple of tiny bits of wood filler in the nato stripes in the neck, a slightly different coloured bit of maple that makes up one of the headstock 'wings', but nothing egregious. Anyway, I'm happy with my purchase. This is my third baritone (along with a Yamaha RGX 420 Drop 6 and a Fender Blacktop Baritone Tele) and it sits in my collection nicely between the other two, stylistically.