I know this won't be around much longer, but just for info's sake, just yesterday, I picked up a used, but excellent condition, 2012-made Stonebridge G20 CM, Stonebridge being the English-speaking branded models made by Furch in the Czech Repbublic, the stone bridge in Prague being the inspiration for the name.
For those who don't know the model, it has a concert-sized body, a 1 3/4" nut, solid cedar top over solid mahogany back and sides with a similar satin finish and trim (ie almost non-existent) to the Martin 15s. There's no case, but a nicely padded gig bag and a card for the warranty, which, interestingly, is transferrable. Timbers aren't AAA pretty - teh bearclaw top on my L32C is definitely the best looking wood of all my guitars, but the build quality is very high - fit and finish not as good as my Collings (couple of fret ends which aren't sharp, but could have been rounded off a fraction more), but still way better than most guitars I've seen in the sub-£1500 bracket, including the big names.
The first of my main reasons for buying the guitar was so I could try a 1 3/4" nut for a prolonged period as my OM is standard 1 11/16" and my Avalon a 44mm, but quite full profile. As some will probably agree, the guitar you buy when you first start playing acoustic (especially as I did after 20+ years of electric playing), may not necessarily be the right guitar for the music you find yourself gravitating towards after a couple of years; no amount of short sessions in a music shop can really answer all the questions. The other main reason was to try a different wood combination - both my current acoustics are spruce/rosewood - recent listening to much more acoustic music really opened my ears to different combinations, especially involving cedar. I'd tried a couple of Stonebridges in the past and was impressed - had my eye on an Antoine Dufour signature model for quite a time until the L32C came up at a good price. So this more "budget", but still solid timbers guitar seemed to be a no lose buy.
Anyway, so how does it sound? Well, on first practice very good - quite woody and while it doesn't chime like my Collings or sing forever like my Avalon - it's a hog body after all - it does sustain pretty well. I tried it in a variety of tunings for a couple of hours - standard, dropped D, DADGAD, open C, CGCFCD etc and it coped well, for an essentially mint condition unplayed-in guitar. For me, it seems to like C tunings more than DADGAD etc. However, it's in standard that it really shines - good mids and highs and a lovely low end thump. Sorry, that should be THUMP - the richness of the bass really surprised me as did the volume - I can only speculate how this sound will change as the guitar opens up. I was hoping for a guitar which would lend itself to strumming and acoustic blues, and combined with the nut width and spacing at the bridge, I think this guitar is going to tick all the boxes.
It's currently strung with Elixirs, which I've not used much - I use D'Addario EXPs on the Collings and D'Addario True Mediums on my Avalon. Can't say what I think of Elixirs yet. I will have to experiment with some different strings to see what suits me best - any suggestions welcome.