Well, so I thought I'd get me a resonator without paying too much. I have later bought the ResoElectric, and if your wallet allows it I recommend you go for that one straight away. This guitar is nice, neck is good, action fine, sound is ok, though not as loud as you might think when played acoustically. But all in all, it is what it is and if you are disappointed with a resonator at this price range you should stop whining and start saving up to buy a high end guitar in stead.
What did disappoint me though was revealed the moment I plugged it in. It was just noise and statics and buzzing and havoc coming out. Ok, so what to do. I could of course just send it back and get Thomann to fix the problem, or I could smash the instrument to pieces while screaming how I hated the world. Or I could try to fix the problem myself. I did the latter and found a broken wire inside it's belly. Fixed the wire and then everything was peachy creamy. Question is, did anybody really check this guitar before it was sent to the customer? Someone sleeping on the job, maybe?
Conclusion: It's a fine guitar when everything is like it should be. If you're looking for that metallic/banjo-like sound you should go for the ResoElectric, but if you'd like it to sound more like a normal acoustic guitar, but with a slight metallic resonator twist to it, this is totally fine. I don't do slide playing, so I can't help you valuing it as such. But, Thomann, please get your quality control guys to sharpen their game.