Got my little Yamita from Long & McQuade (they are great to deal with) and I've played with it for a week, tuned to A (5th fret open standard). I got it specifically for travel/practice (planes, trains, automobiles) and couch noodling. The big selling point is 6 strings that have neck width and string spacing almost the same as a standard classical. The scale length, however, is only 17" so the space between frets is very tight! I have no idea how they sell this guitar for $95... very well made, nice overall detailing, should be durable and long lasting. Tuners are cheap but they work surprisingly well!
I wasn't expecting much in regard to sound, but it is actually better than I had hoped right out of the box. I am sure I will get better and better sound out of it as learn to cram my fingers between the frets, and I will change strings soon which should also make a difference, and I will make bone nut & saddle. Mostly, I just need to get used to the sound... very different from a full size classical guitar.
For a tiny 6-string travel guitar for practice, this is an OUTSTANDING instrument. For only $95, it is miraculous. It really makes people laugh when they first see it... then they hear it play and they are amazed.
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