I will probably regret this some day, I've had a lot of fun playing this guitar, but I've got to make room. This is a standard Emmons setup with Es on the left. There is a really solid half-stop on the RKL for the second string lower. It's 2up / 2down changer. I've never done it, but it looks to be very easy to make changes.
The thing is built like a tank and stays in tune forever. I rarely, very rarely, need to touch the nylon tuning nuts. Everything works smoothly and noiselessly, as it should.
The only negatives are the weight (I don't have a scale so I couldn't tell you the exact weight), the case is a bit thrashed on the outside, and one of the partitions on the case interior is loose from when it shipped to me. I will place wooden blocks in there to make sure everything is rock solid and nothing moves in shipping. It's probably an easy fix, but I don't have the time. Otherwise, the case is really solid and the latches all work.
Let me know if you have any questions.