That is cool...Kremona does come relabelled eg Juan Salvador, Granados
Well my other "Miguel Rosales" guitar came in and it indeed appears to be a re-labeled Kremona. Although the top of the headstock is a little different, and they actually put the label on carefully so as to cover the original label completely. I was looking at a similar "Kremona" at my friend's guitar shop, and it looks like a clone of the Kremona.
Instead of walnut back and sides the new one has rosewood. But they feel the same to me when I play them. They both have the same Fishman system on them and the dimensions and thickness are exactly the same. They both feel exactly the same and both have 51 mm nut. Both have rosewood boards. The tuners are different finish, nickel on the Kremona and gold on Miguel Rosales. I wonder if it really is Kremona though. Does Kremona have guitars manufactured outside of Bulgaria? I wonder. Some of the included accessories, like the extra set of strings say made in China, but there was a bag of picks that say "lyon by Washburn" and a e headstock shape is the same as the same guitar on the Australian e - b a y site that is branded Caraya, but that guitar is mahogany.
I took it out and played it today and it worked flawlessly. I played it through my Marshall combo amp. Whether it is actually a Kremona re-label, or some other brand, all I know for sure is that it serves my needs on the cheap. Perhaps Guitarseller can shed some light? The action is really low, 6/64th across at the 12th.