2010s Ibanez GA6CE-AM Cutaway Classical Guitar

I picked this unassuming Chinese-made critter up in trade. Despite being all-ply in the body, it has a good, strong sound that makes me want to play more flamenco-style than classical on it. It reminds me a lot of the sound of '70s Yamaha classicals, though a little cleaner and less-boomy.

It has an undersaddle pickup and onboard preamp with a (working!) 9V battery for power. This sounded pretty decent through my little PA speaker, though I'm still a diehard K&K pickup fan, for sure.

Repairs included: a light setup and cleaning on it. It has a not-so-old set of D'Addario "carbon" strings on it and they sound just fine.

Setup notes: I've set action at bang-on 3/32" overall at the 12th fret. The neck has an adjustable truss rod that works. There's just a hair of ski-jumping from frets 14 and on at the fretboard extension over the body (which means that if you dig-in hard, your notes will get a little "zip" to them), but 99% of guitarists will not notice it at all. 

Scale length: 25 1/2"
Nut width: 2"
String spacing at nut: 1 13/16"
String spacing at bridge: 2 5/16"
Body length: 19"
Lower bout width: 14 3/8"
Waist width: 9 1/4"
Upper bout width: 11"
Side depth at endpin: 3 7/8"
Top wood: ply spruce
Back/sides wood: ply mahogany-like wood
Neck wood: mahogany-family
Bracing type: fan
Fretboard: rosewood, synthetic saddle
Bridge: rosewood, synthetic saddle
Neck feel: medium D-shape, flat fretboard

Condition notes: there are plenty of small scratches and general usewear marks throughout, but it's not ugly or abused. It's just been played a bunch. Someone knocked the cord in the jack at some point, because the last owner told me he had to repair a crunch-in around the jack hole. It seems stable and fine as-is -- and the side is ply, so there's nothing to worry about.

It comes with: its original gigbag.