Summary: Fantastic package; You get everything, including a cd rom, but unlike some "all in one" packs, THIS guitar is surprisingly HIGH quality. Looking close at the solid spruce top reveals awesome wood; the back and sides are also beautiful, but the binding is sublime. It's obvioulsly not a concert or performance type guitar, but made for travel and the tone reflects that, but still it sounds great and the quality is unbelievable for a portable guitar.
Pros: Extremely Well Made, Fun To Play, Good Feel, Stays In Tune
Summary: I sold my Martin since I just wanted a small guitar for the couch and piddling around. This guitar fits the bill nicely. Did not sacrifice sound hardly at all. Has the feel of a larger guitar also. Well packaged from Amazon as usual. The guitar, Case and accessories of the highest quality.
Summary: I read all the reviews and I was concerned about the smell that previous owners talked about but I decided to take a chance and I am very glad I did, mine did not smell at all, it is possible they found the problem and corrected it, the instrument is great and does what it was built for. A travel guitar which is not a concert guitar and it is not like a regular size instrument, I totally recomend it for this purpose.
If your looking for a travel guitar =YOU FOUND IT HERE
6 January 2012
Summary: Wow amazing sound for a small package, excellent workmanship. Looking for Martin i happened on this gem. Far superior in sound and comfort. Has a resonance that is UNBELIEVABLE. Action is very nice. You must try this before you spend the extra money thinking the dollar buys the sound. Kudos to Washburn sound engineering.
Summary: I received Tiny Tim about four days before a trip to India. I lugged it through nine airports and a few rapid temperature changes. All-in-all a good deal, particularly if you can handle a little bit of puttering around to get things just right. I consider the money well spent. That said, it was still a treat to get home and pick up the FG730S. Pros: Stays reasonably tuned, even after 22 hours in the air. Decent sound. Mine came with D'Addario strings.
Summary: I'm very happy with this little guitar. It exceeded all of my expectations. It sounded much better than expected. A very pretty finish. Nice action. I figured it would come with horrible strings but it actually had D'Addario EXP strings. The case is great. Heck it came with a "how to play" CD, a strap, three picks, an extra bridge and a wrench to adjust the truss rod. I would've been happy with just the guitar at this price, so all of the extras are wonderful.
Summary: Bought this little guitar for practice while traveling. I was skeptical that there would be much quality for the price. I am glad a made the purchase. The action is very nice. The neck is very straight. The frets will need a bit of work from my local Luthier as they are a bit uneven, no big deal there. The sound quality is a lot better than I thought even after watching a ton of you tube vids about it. Plenty loud for camping or beach trips.
Summary: This guitar have a beautiful sound and size is great for travel. It's a bit heavy though. Very good quality with great price. This is NOT a piece of junk you will find everywhere at same price. Highly recommended.
Summary: I've had this thing for a few days, and for what I payed for it (under $100) I couldn't be happier. The sound is better than expected - it sounds more like a cheap full-bodied acoustic than something the size that it is, to my ear, which is more than I expected in a tiny little travel guitar. The neck is very playable, mine came strung with good D'addario strings, nice case that looks like it can be banged around a bit with no worries.
Summary: As an intermediate hobbyist guitar player, this is the eighth guitar I have owned over the past 35+ years. I currently own three guitars; an electric, an acoustic electric and most recently this Washburn Rover travel guitar. I purchased this Rover for an upcoming trip. I was not willing to put my favorite guitar in the cargo hold of an airplane...