The back is made of two pieces of nicely joined wood, the front has a respectable bit of veneer on it. Bridge and stop bar are OK. Nut is adequate, no reall need to adjust it. Fretboard is very well finished. Machine heads are a bit loose loose to turn, and not as precise as a nice Gotoh, but entirely adequate. Quality of finish is nice, not as much of a plastic gloss as an Epiphone.
Plugging it in it sounds entirely decent, wiring upgrades would probably make it better still but there's a good tone here.
In fact the only thing that lets it down is the scratch plate which seems a bit inferior, but I think we'll be taking that off.
It seems to me that this is a decent guitar for not much money
So my question to you, are they all like this? If they are I think I may have found my new playing in a pub brand.
I've never liked a solo violin, you need at least five for a proper fire.