I got this to keep up with my practice when traveling. I also have taken it to the office to practice during lunch. Great for practice, as it only make enough sound for me to hear. No worry about folks in the next hotel room or the next office over. But for this reason, it is only good for practice. Beautiful craftsmanship. Folds up small and easy to carry. It takes a little experimentation to learn how best to hold it (I hold 'Spanish Classic' style.) A tacky cloth on your leg can help hold it so it doesn't slip off. If you want a guitar for travel practice, this is great.
It's just like a full guitar, tunes easily, sounds great. Don't hesitate to buy one.
Saint Paul, mn
I like everything about it except I haven't yet found a comfortable way to hold it while I'm sitting. I'm only 5'3" so maybe it would fit someone bigger better. When I use the cross-piece as shown, my picking/strumming hand is uncomfortable. If I try leaving it folded, my strumming forearm gets in the way of the strings. Still, if you don't have space, desperately need an acoustic guitar, and have this amount of money available, it's worth trying. I'm glad I have it.