Sound — 9
This was the first acoustic that I've ever played, and the first one that I've owned and it still suits me pretty well. I can easily emit music from it that doesn't irritate everybody who hears it, per se. But there have been moments when I've wondered if all acoustics sound as bad, but that doesn't happen very often. It usually works pretty well.
Overall Impression — 9
Overall, this guitar is a good guitar, but it isn't the best. If it were lost or stolen, I doubt I'd buy the same model because there are better ones out there. But on the other hand, I hope it doesn't get lost or stolen because it has played well and it was the guitar that I used to start playing in the first place. It's a good guitar and I'll keep playing with it (not exclusively, though) probably until it breaks in half, which I doubt will happen.
Reliability & Durability — 10
I've played Live with this guitar a lot, and it's never caused me any problems. I've used it without backup for a long time, and I don't see that changing in the near future. Everything is pretty solid and I've never had any huge problems with it. I've also dropped it a few too many times and it's still works and looks fine.
Action, Fit & Finish — 8
This is where the primary problem comes in. The guitar isn't put together poorly, it's actually a pretty sturdy guitar (somebody actually commented on how well the body of the guitar is made), but the second fret of the high e string buzzes a lot. At first I thought it might have been strings, so I changed them, and the buzzing decreased dramatically, but it was still there. I don't have that problem with any other fret on the guitar. This isn't usually the biggest problem, but sometimes, especially when arpeggiating the D chord, it can become a slight problem (but it can usually be avoided by playing a little softer than usual).
Features — 9
I haven't really studied guitar features in depth, so this is a pretty broad overview. It's an acoustic-electric Fender guitar made in Korea. It has 20 frets, a volume and a tone control. The back, along with the sides, are mahogany and the fingerboard and bridge are both made of rosewood.