Yeah, i do have.
BTW, i'm living 10 miles away Giannini Brazilian factory at Salto city, in São Paulo.
All i can say it's cheap.
Meanwhile it worths the price here. Nice 7 string for the money, anyway.
I've just played the acoustic version, not the 'eletrified' one.
The intonation is good and playability is great!
The sound is really loud and clear, with lots of sustain.
Sometimes the action is high to fit classical player's preferences.
Those Giannini's are really strong and can live a long life:
i have mine 6 strings for 10 years now and still solid.
The brazilian woods are very nice, strong and stable, since we have crazy wheater, humidity and hot temperatures!
Sometimes getting a new one needs some adjusting...
Just one more thing: remember this isn't TOP NOTCH quality:
It's like MIJ guitars: better than Korea, worst than USA made!!!