I like the smaller size of it.
I am a 34 year old dad who has a 2 year old son that is OBSESSED with guitars. I have been wanting to purchase a guitar to learn some simple chords and play them for my son. I have talked to some friends about the mini body size because I just think they look nice. I saw the Dana spruce mini online and had to pull the trigger on buying one. For $123 I have a brand new guitar that was set up well. Shipped to me within 6 days. Included picks, capo, tuner, strap, something that allows you to quickly change/remove strings (forget the name) and a bag. I have had it for a week and have played it every day. I am still terrible (which orangewood can’t be blamed for) but I love it. Got a great guitar at a great price and a new hobby. Also, my 2 year old absolutely loves “dada’s gar”
Dana Spruce (Mini Guitar)
I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of this guitar. Despite the price you really can't call it cheap as much as you could call it inexpensive. It is much louder than I would've expected a guitar of this size to be. Most any complaints about this guitar would just be nitpicking at whatever you could. My only complaint comes down to personal preference, I just don't like Ernie Ball strings. That can easily be fixed though.
Whether you're buying this guitar for a kid, for travel, or you just need something that will fit your small hands I would absolutely recommend this model. The only person I wouldn't recommend this guitar too would be a true sound snob.
Overall, the sound can fill a room, the build feels sturdy, it holds a tune decently well (once the strings are nice and broken in) and it looks great. At this price point I don't think you could ask for much more.
I got this guitar to keep in my car.
That way, I can play it when I'm out in about with extra time on my hands. Discord has not yet found its way to my car. I played every day. I love the tone and how easy it is to play. The price is great. My next guitar will definitely Be a orangewood.