So you've read the specs already... It plays great and it sounds great unplugged, and I plugged it in a fishman loud box acoustic amp with some chorus and it sounded amazing. Tuners are nice, tune easily and hold a tune well. The electronics and built in tuner are great as well. I think most people will love this guitar. Below I will list some of my thoughts.
The rest of my review is preference only. I gave the guitar 4.5 stars because it plays and sounds , and looks great. So here I go..... I'm not a fan of a lacquered neck , I would have preferred satin or a wood finish. The gloss finish body is beautiful, but it will show every scratch and swirl mark, I didn't really care for the bright white bindings either., abalone would have been amazing. The inlays are very thin and as a result you can't tell they are mother of pearl. The farther down the neck you go, they actually start looking like they are drawn in white colored pencil. I also found the guitar to be a bit heavier then I expected. The ebony fretboard seemed like a fake cheap fretboard to me (like my $30 rogue kids acoustic) I've owned over a dozen acoustics and even more electrics, this is the first ebony fretboard I've had (that I know of) so maybe I'm just crazy. But I've already read they are "better". In conclusion, for me, For slightly less money I prefer the Seagull Entourage guitars. They are made of beautiful woods and they sound better unplugged and are lighter weight. And there is a model that comes in black that's not high gloss.