Cordoba Solista CD/IN Acoustic Nylon String Classical Guitar
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Sonically and aesthetically gorgeous.
This guitar features a solid quarter-sawn Canadian cedar top that produces a warm, rich, and melodic tone perfect for serious players. Solid Indian rosewood back and sides lined with a rosewood binding and intricate braided purfling add crisp definition and an elegant appearance. This model features a Spanish cedar neck and smooth ebony fingerboard. The neck is topped with a hand carved headstock and Cordoba Premium Gold tuners with black ebony buttons for stable tuning and stylish looks. Includes case.
- Body type:Classical
- Top wood:SolidCanadian Cedar
- Back & sides:SolidIndian Rosewood
- Bracing pattern:Spanish fan
- Body finish:High GlossPolyurethane
- Orientation:Right handed
- Neck shape:Traditional Classical
- Nut width:2.04 in. (52 mm)
- Neck wood:SpanishCedar
- Scale length:25.6 in.
- Number of frets:19
- Neck finish:High Gloss
- Brand:Not applicable
- Configuration:Not applicable
- Preamp EQ:Not applicable
- Feedback filter:Not applicable
- Tuner:Not applicable
- Headstock overlay:Indian Rosewood
- Tuning machines:Cordoba Premium Gold
- Bridge:Indian Rosewood
- Saddle & nut:Bone
- Number of strings:6-string
- Special features:None
- Case:Hardshell Case
- Country of origin:Info not available
A beautiful handcrafted classical for the professional or advancing student. Order today.
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Comments about Cordoba Solista CD/IN Acoustic Nylon String Classical Guitar:
This guitar has incredible tone, good projection of sound, a maneuverable neck, and it looks gorgeous. Took about 6 weeks or so to receive it, but it was totally worth the wait. It also comes equipped with Savarez Strings, which also help with the incredible tone it has. The only complaint I've had so far (it was from the guitar ensemble conductor at the university I go to) was that the action was a bit high for his taste, but that's not that difficult to fix.