This is a very interesting guitar. Why? Well, because of the Top and Back that are SOLID WOOD and NOT LAMINATED, but the Sides are laminated. Well, the sides are known to count very little in the sound of the guitar. They need mostly to be rigid, so laminate is a better idea, and saves costs.
This is why it's a bit more expensive than the other SFX lower price range. But half cheaper compared to the ALL SOLID guitars. It's a great bargain, it has all the advantages of AllSolid wood guitars, with a half price tag.
Similar is the Cort L450C that is a great sounding, easy to play guitar that I own.
Compared to that though, I can tell you the frets are thicker on this SFX CED, and a bit harder to press even with a lowered strings action. And of course beeing a bit thiner, it's not as loud.
What bothered me was that the specifications written online are: 45 mm width nut, but in reality it's only 43 mm nut. This might be a problem for fingerstyle. Why this difference?
+ Solid TOP and BACK
+ Cedar Top is Sweet sounding
+ Real Bone Saddle and Nut
+ Thinner Body it's comfortable
+ Two Level Bridge for great sustain
+ Built in Tunner works great
+ Comfortable neck
+ Cutaway allows upper fret access
+ Nice looking binding
+ Nice inlay rossette and logo
- Only 43 mm nut (online it says 45 mm)
- Thick and high frets, hard to press against, weird for a thin neck
- Mentioned only Solid Top on the tag, and on the youtube promotional