Price paid: $ 93.3
Purchased from: Music World (Bashundhara city)
Sound — 8
I am a lead guitarist, I don't play on chords that much so in that case my eyes were on how much suitable the guitar is for playing lead notes. And I found it quite impressive, the sound doesn't give any harsh effects like local signatures or Indian Gibsons, they are a lot clearer and smooth.
Overall Impression — 7
I had a dream that someday I'll buy a pure handmade Draco Supreme (BC Rich USA), yup I still have that dream, but somehow I got stuck with this one. But I don't regret that, because I kinda like its quality and feel comfortable playing it.
Reliability & Durability — 7
It will last a long time the hardware speaks of it. But this is not suitable for any live shows, it was made for self practice and improvement of skills.
Action, Fit & Finish — 8
It was smoothly made, no confusions about that. And for a beginner it is a wonderful guitar.
Features — 7
Quite a guitar it is, not that impressive, but still I like the bluesy sound of it... It has 22 frets, a smooth polished body, made of mahogany, a medium sized sound box(or whatever you call it), the height between the strings and fret board is perfect, no equilizer and output invocation and a deep chocolate coloured outlook. Oh I almost forgot to mention, it has a tune-o-matic bridge style and it was made in India in the year 2012.