If I remember correctly, Jesus Bellido is a son of Manuel Bellido who is definitely one of the famous luthiers from Granada. They hold the reputation of fine guitar makers for decades, so overall I think there shouldn't be something very bad against their guitars.
I tried at least four or five guitars made by Jesus Bellido in the last few years and the result has been quite satisfying, although one or two could be better than another but the gap is not that significant to notice. All of them have the similar fan-braced design and produce the typical traditional sound, a bit "flamenco-ish" if that makes sense. The quality of workmanship is not the best in its class but I didn't see any disturbing issue, except one thing that I noticed, some of his guitars have the "zero fret" while the others do not have it. For me personally, it's not a big deal but for some other people, it might be an aesthetical factor.
With regards to the particular guitar you mentioned, it is not so "Homage Torres" to me simply because of the cedar top. I would suggest to choose a spruce alternative if you search for Torres derivative design but on top of everything, you should try to play and test the guitar before buying whenever possible or check with the seller if they have any other suggestion like 2-days return policy in case you don't really like the guitar. IMHO, €4000 is not a small amount of money and there are some other options within the price range.
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