umm that mikro is great when sitting down because it’s smaller - it’s that simple!
The guitar is great to play - but only when u use higher gauge strings - 11’s or 12’s.
I’ve set mine up to use 5 wound strings (0.017 on the high b string) for a great tone - at the expense of vibrato - it’s much harder to bend with wound strings on the higher strings.
The head machines are pretty low quality on the Mikro - I think it’s because of the tension difference between a normal scale guitar. So you’d have to factor that into the price.
The pickups are ok - but I use a EQ pedal to sort out any pickup differences.
I’m never going back to a normal scale guitar - the size and playability make it superb for
a lazy sit at home player like me
you can test out if like that scale - by simply putting a capo on the 2nd fret of a 25" scale guitar - it’s roughly the same thing. And you’ll see the difference in tension and why you need higher gauge strings…