Using the Goya Guitars Rangemaster Quadrant Control is fairly simple, but there is a lot going on in terms of different switches and knobs, so it does take a little bit of time playing around with it to fully understand what everything does. It is a pretty easy guitar to play all around the neck and it feels pretty good on the fingers. Since it is a hollow body guitar, it isn't heavy at all and it does have a pretty standard hollow body type shape. Getting a good sound isn't hard and even if you don't get a good sound right off the bat, there are a ton of parameters and options to play with if you want to experiment with different tones.
The sounds that you can with the Goya Guitars Rangemaster Quadrant Control are pretty varied as there are a slew of parameters that make it possible to get all sorts of different sounds. Of course it sounds like a hollow body and that type of sound will be present no matter where you turn the parameters as this is the nature of the guitar, but I assume that if you are getting a hollow body guitar you understand this will be the case. I usually use the guitar with either a '76 Fender Twin Reverb or a '65 Fender Deluxe Reverb and it always sounds great with either of these amps. I don't normally use any effects expect for some reverb on the amps as I find that this guitar sounds best clean and most of the guitar tones I am looking for are clean sounds. I've only used this guitar for recording, but it will sound good in any situation.
I've been using the Goya Guitars Rangemaster Quadrant Control for recording for about a year and I'm definitley a big fan of the way this guitar sounds, looks, and feels. It has a unique tone that can be manipulated in all sorts of ways and I really love a guitar that has a lot of options. The Goya Rangemaster series has a bunch of great guitars in the line and this is one of them. They are hard to find but I don't think that they would cost a fortune if you wanted to seek one out. All in all, the Goya Guitars Rangemaster Quadrant Control is a really cool guitar that is worth trying out.