Westfield B220CEQ Electro Acoustic
Outrageously good guitar for the money. Why ? Well, it's an electro for one thing (the pickup actually sounds pretty good) with a cutaway dreadnought design and binding along the body. Plus, it has half decent smooth action machineheads (tuners).
A second opinion (from the manufacturer):
Simple and understated, the B220CEQ is a classy choice. Full size Dreadnought body gives a rich, deep tone, the cutaway allows easy access right up the top of the neck, and the pickup system allows easy plug'n'play to any suitable amplifier when more volume is required.
Dreadnought cutaway shape body.
Chrome Hardware, 3-a-side diecast closed back machineheads
Triple ply abalone body binding on front.
Abalone rosette with toroiseshell scratchplate.
Piezo type under-saddle pickup, with integrated Artec Pre-Amp System with 4 band Graphic Equalizer and battery check light.
Body mounted jack socket.
No, you don't get a gig bag but we do sell these and hard cases in our ACCESSORIES section
Compare it to....
Fender CD60CE - good comparison and Fender does beat this guitar in terms of Kudos but it's a close win for the Westfield in terms of overall value and tone.
Yamaha FX370 - nah, just not up to the mark really. Good traditional name and a pretty safe bet generally but the Westfield has it licked in every department, except the name of couse...
Shine / Tanglewood / Cruiser - nah, not even in the same ball park so I won't even start to compare. There's no need for these guitars to appear in your 'also check out' list...