Overall, pretty impressed, it suits me well. I love the look and hate that it's probably not permanent.
This versatile instument can tear away at an amp like an axe with its double humbucker beefy mellow and warm sound. Black perspex volume and tone rotaries offer each pickup a spectrum of tone. Unplugged with heavy gauge strings this is a great fireside friend. The EX100 sports a tight harp tailpiece secured at the base. This holds the strings in check over a free floating rosewood and tunomatic bridge. Finally the guitar's semi-acoustic abilities are proudly underlined by the the bound-edge f-holes.
The Freeport is suitable for all players from beginners to advanced guitarists, and all styles from blues, funk, reggae, indie and rock. Includes a full one year warranty.
My overall impression of this guitar is very good, it's ok for my style of music (blues and rock) but it's obviously a compromise due to its compact design.
You pay around £130 for something worth around £300 just because you've never heard of Wesley. With its beautiful body and no-nonesense, simple pickups this ill-branded bargain is the perfect ultra-affordable alternative to the Gibson ES-335.