What A beautifully made guitar for the price and equally matched by its, sound as an analogy It is like visiting a small church hall for a music recital and getting inside and finding you are in the Albert hall.
One disappointment is the choice of strings, to my ears it sounds out of tune as though the high e B G strings are too light a gauge compared to E A D
making the sound somehow out of sync, Play a simple open C or Am should be sending you up with the angels on a guitar like this. I shall be changing to A'Addario light phosphor bronze. Anonymous
- (West mids)
I played a lot of guitars when considering which one to buy and one name kept on coming up in all the guitar shops big and small-Vintage V300, and what a guitar! After playing a classical Spanish for a while I was delighted to hear the fresh sound of the V300 supersede even more expensive rivals like Yamaha.
It goes to show paying less doesn’t necessarily mean that you'll get less. I'm truly delighted with it, it's worth every penny. It's as simple as that. Anonymous
- (London, United Kingdom)
I think I am actually in love with my Vintage Folk Guitar. The neat little body suggests a delicate guitar for girls, but the big, bright sound is rocky and extremely satisfying. The smaller dimensions make the fingerboard easier to navigate. Cunningly, on this guitar I sound like a much better player than I actually am. I can't reccommend it highly enough! Anonymous
Excellent value, feels good to play, looks good too.
- (Sheffield, United Kingdom)