Advantages Sensible price. Good value. Graet playability.
Disadvantages Intonation average.
I bought my PR5 ENA just over 12 months ago. I've had plenty of Epi acoustics in the past, mainly because for a relatively inexpensive unit the tone quality is good no matter which model you buy and if like me price is always a consideration, then you can't go far wrong with these guitars. The PR5 is a step forward for the "just past entry level instrument" The neck is slim and on mine the action is lower than you would expect. No fret buzz and intonation good unless you get past the 12th fret when it fails slightly, but not to the point of being unplayable. The Florentine cut away gives easy access to the top frets and gives the PR5 a very attractive look indeed. Electrics are good but be aware that if used through your PA or dedicated amp you might want to buy a feed back buster if you want to keep feedback at high output to a minimum. Good quality woods and nicely finished with ivory type binding and pearl inlays this is a great value for money. As good as a Takamine and cheaper. Recommended. Cheers.
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|How well constructed is it?||very well|
|Range of tones||quite rich|
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