I own many classical guitars, from budget/factory ones to luthier made and I've played more guitars than some would consider healthy. Of course, nothing beats my good old Kohno's
With that said I just had to write something about my newly acquired Fernandes GC-30.
To my understanding these guitars were produced in the 70s with high end materials at prices beyond the budget of the students they were aimed at and were therefore discontinued. I also learned that master luthier Kazuo Toshi was responsible for the production of these guitars, this I'm not sure of. Anyway, nothing of this really matters if the guitar doesn't sound good to begin with... But I feel the urge to use some worn out expressions: Singing trebles, great and deep sustain, easy playability and excellent build quality. However, I have no knowledge regarding how consistent these guitars are quality wise, maybe I got lucky. I'm not saying it's the best sounding guitar in the world and there is certainly nothing fancy about it, but there you have it. My advice is to grab one if you can, I got mine from Japanese e - b a y (safely shipped to Sweden) and it was worth every Yen
. In terms of value I would say it sounds like a €1000-2000 guitar, but you can get one much cheaper than that.