Handmade tradition, using some of the finest tonewoods in the world.
One of the flagship models in Cordoba’s Luthier series, the completely handmade C9 features a solid European spruce top with solid mahogany back and sides. Built in the style of Torres with Spanish fan bracing and Spanish heel construction, the C9 has the neck shape and flat fingerboard characteristic of traditional classical guitars. The C9 also features the Luthier series’ signature rosette, a mother-of-pearl inlay inspired by a Domingo Esteso rosette from the 1920s. Comes with a Cordoba Polyfoam Case.
- Top: Solid European spruce
- Back & Sides: Solid mahogany
- Binding/Bridge: Indian rosewood binding / Indian rosewood bridge
- Purfling/Inlay: 6 ply colored wood top purfling, 3 ply maple and ebony back and side purfling
- Rosette: Mother-of-Pearl and ebony "Esteso" weave
- Finish: High Gloss PU
- Neck/Fingerboard: Mahogany neck / Rosewood fingerboard
- Truss Rod: Two-way adjustable, 4mm
- Scale Length: 650mm (25.6")
- Nut Width: 52mm (2.04")
- String Spacing at Saddle: 59mm
- Fret Marker Inlays: Mother-of-Pearl at 5, 7, 9
- Nut/Saddle: Bone
- Number of Frets: 12 to body, 19 total
- Bracing/Build: Spanish fan bracing
- Body Width & Length: 290mm (11.4") at upper bout, 370mm (14.6") at lower bout
- Overall Length: 39"
- Body Depth: 95mm (3.7") at upper bout, 97mm (3.8") at lower bout
- Tuning Machines: Cordoba Premium Gold Tuning Machines
- Strings: Savarez Cristal Corum High Tension 500CJ
- Case: Cordoba Polyfoam Case
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Comments about Cordoba C9 SP/MH Nylon String Acoustic Guitar:
I have owned many concert level guitars, and this Cordoba C9 for less then a grande is a monster!!! Action is perfect, playabilty quite easy, sound is big and beautifu with a lot of box resonance for an instrument in this category. I'd say it plays close to a high quality concert instrument. The mahogany back and sides give it a brighter tone than one might expect in a rosewood instrument. Oh yeah, it's light as a feather!!! Thumbs up from my POV.