Written on: 31/03/2015 by Andyjosh1 (1 review written)
I have a few nice guitars and a work mate gave me one of these guitars someone passed it on to him to learn but he gave up so he gave it to me I was very surprised it plays vey nicely indeed sounds fantastic a really nice tone overall I would recommend to beginners but change strings to a lighter gauge… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/11/2013 by frundlemud (2 reviews written)
Next door neighbour always says he is going to learn to play. I offer to teach him. He has bought this same guitar £20 s/h needing 2 strings. I have put 2 strings on and tuned it. I am truly stunned by the way it plays and it rings all the way up the neck. Finger style, sound is better than my T314. Try using the capo you will be very pleased with the overall sound. 10/10 I will have one soon… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/06/2011 by halfscot (1 review written)
I bought one on the second day of a trip to Glasgow with students for a week. I didn't want to rely on easyjet transporting one of my Martin guitars. While passing 'guitar guitar' in Trongate I saw this one and bought it on the spot. We had good evenings with it playing guitar and singing songs. The sound is really good for the price of this guitar. Back home I fitted lighter strings and the guitar could be played more comfortably. Really good bargain!… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/02/2010
got one today second hand for 35 quid well worth at least 150. good sound low action. spot on intonation, a really great acoustic guitar, dont know why they are so cheap! get one… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/01/2009
The Eastwood LA125 feels like a much more expensive guitar. Well constructed and finished. Good action, nice tone. Played this one in my local bar. It was sitting on a stand for anyone to try. I play a Taylor 210 and I can tell you that the quality and playability is startlingly similar… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/10/2008 by dek431 (2 reviews written)
Little history first. I am not a beginner, i have had high end Martins such as D28 and 00028EC, and Taylors.
Only review of this guitar on internet as far as i know :).
I bought this guitar as i have a kid on the way. I sold my latest Martin with the intention of sticking with my Fender Strat. However acoustic withdrawals kicked in straight away. So as my friend has one i had tried, i got one.
I purchased the natural one as my friend's blue one doesn't sound as good, possibly due to the… Read Full Review
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