My 2 cents: it's not the details, rather the conflicting requirements for such a "fusion" guitar to exist! Thus, if the OP can split the requirements into two sets, two guitars can be found!
Then a Hirade TH5C or Takamine equivalent and just don't switch on the electronics. If you really want to remove the preamp then it could be taken out and a bent wood insert installed. It wont change the sound and in my own opinion is not worth the effort. I have heard one of these being played numerous times, sometimes through an AER and many times on its own. Depending on the particular guitar and player it can sound extremely good.Don't want a fusion guitar. Want a normal classical width fingerboard (ebony), cedar top, cutaway, and low action. Shouldn't be so hard
Skip....the difficult feature is the cutaway....usually only found on the "fusion" crossovers. Here's an idea. Kenny Hill offers a New World 650 cedar classical with an elevated fret board, which might meet your need to reach the upper frets. I happen to know that Larry Darnell has one right now (he works for KH and has a web page called The Handmade) that is b-stock. List on the elevated model is usually around $2.6K, but you can probably score it at a substantial discount. Will probably be higher than 1,200, but hopefully not too far over your target budget. I own a New World 650 Spruce that I bought from Larry...it was a damaged-in-transit guitar, but the repair was done at the Hill shop and it's one of the best guitars I own. Just an idea....
I have a TH5 without the cutaway, from memory it has 2.6mm on the treble, can't remember the bass, but around 3.5mm. Its not the break angle that is the limiting factor, more the worry about fret buzz. But anyway its low enough for me. My ex teacher has had 2 or 3 TH5Cs and still has 2 and now a TH90. Just my personal opinion but I think they make good working guitars. He can certainly get a good sound from these and also likes to lower the saddle so that he can play for several hours.I think an action of 2mm on the treble and 3.5mm on the bass
I may have been thinking of the Aria MM-85D/N. This is a nylon string Maccaferri style with spruce/rosewood. It has a 48mm nut width, though, so maybe not quite what you want, either.SeanWinkler wrote: ↑Tue Sep 26, 2017 5:24 pmClosest I can think of would be a nylon string Selmer/Maccaferri style D-hole. Gitane makes one, model DG560, that's pretty close to your specs but with cypress back/sides. I know I've seen something similar with rosewood, but I can't recall if it was a custom build vs. factory.