Sure...now you tell me
First it was a guitar and now I'm waiting on William Kenengiser's "Effortless Classical Guitar", a footstool and a capo to arrive.
As far as the Westwood Artesano models go I have to say they do look awfully nice and it would be an incredible price if they are as well built and respected as the Esteve. I'd snap one up in a second if they were cedar just based on the opinions here but I can't justify two spruce guitars in a week. My fingers are already sore from my first two practice sessions but I did search and see that one was just bought leaving only two more. If I buy one and have it shipped to debusseychopin can we strongarm him into a comprehensive review? Do we think he would ship it back to me after the review if he loves it as much as his Esteve?
I realize I don't know much at this stage but I'm very happy with my Alvarez so far. 4 strings stayed in tune overnight and 3 & 4 just needed a slight tensioning to fall in line before practicing this morning (which seems normal for new strings from what I've read?). I noticed no buzzing during practice or when lightly tapping around the soundboard but with no experience I may not recognize it anyway. I have no way of judging playability yet but string heights seem within norms and the frets are well polished to my beginner eyes/hand. Everything I did seemed hard and awkward but I'm not sure any guitar would help me with that at this stage. I am currently looking for an instructor for some lessons and will get their opinion at that time.