It's this Spanish ABG that's essentially an overgrown classical guitar. The guy said the maker, or maybe the importer, was Labella. LaBella actually makes strings especially for these things--nylon cores with metal wraps, like the bass strings on a regular classical. The scale is short, about 30", and IIRC there are 21 frets, with the 14th coming at the neck-body joint (rather than the 12th, as is usual for a classical). It comes in both a fretted and fretless (unlined) model. It actually sounds pretty good, if you don't have unrealistic expectations for volume. I think it would match well enough with a classical guitar, possibly even two, though the Gipsy Kings would drown it out. I'm pretty well set in the ABG department myself, but it occurred to me that some of you all might be interested in something like this. Anybody ever check one of these out? I'll see if I can locate a pic somewhere.