It is a Taylor gs mini copy, hand-crafted in China. For just about 130 euros, the guitar is well-made and great sounding. The top solid spruce came a bit distorted and not completely flat, but you get what you pay for. I threw on good old bone nut, saddle, and bridge pins, and wow! The guitar is loud for its small body, and has a great tone for its price. The action of low E string came with about 3mm at 12th fret, which is a tiny bit too high for me, but it was an easy problem to fix. Overall, I am happy with my purchase!
I bought this guitar to convert it to Cuban Tres - the 3/4 size and the scale length are perfect match. I was surprised how good was the quality for cheap guitar. And the top is solid wood! The sound was perfect and maybe the bridge saddle and nut are the only parts to replace with high quality bone ones (anyway I have to do it for my Tres conversion). Actually I have the idea to buy second one to convert too for slightly different tuning and to have two ready. For me this is perfect match.