Guitar Interactive recently reviewed the GK Studio, and we think it’s safe to say that they were quite impressed. Here are a few of the highlights:
“Straight from its deluxe gig bag, this handmade thin body Flameno guitar has a stunning natural look, with contrasting wood colours and unique features: from the solid European spruce top to the cypress back and sides. The latter is one of the nicest looking tone woods and it particularly characterises this model.”
About the construction:
“Its 4mm two-way truss rod helps keep a consistent action and augments its longevity and sturdiness, particularly if you are planning to take this guitar on the road, which you could certainly do…The rosewood fingerboard helps in giving this very resonant guitar a mid-range, and even with its thin body, this guitar has a generous and well-balanced response all across its range.”
“While the GK Studio was designed to play Flamenco, in my opinion this instrument is a very versatile guitar, which can be used to play and record a variety of genres, including Folk, Brazilian music such as Bossa Nova, Samba, and fingerstyle in general. Even if all you wanted to do was just explore some different tones to expand your horizons, this would be a good choice. The low action and cutaway make this guitar great in terms of playability and ergonomics.”
Guitar Interactive also included a short demo of the GK Studio, which you can view here.
You can learn more about the GK Studio here, and make sure to read the whole review below!