Cordoba Fusion 14 Pro "Rose" Cutaway Nylon String Acoustic-Electric Guitar  

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The ultimate acoustic hybrid guitar with an all rosewood body.

The Cordoba Fusion Pro 14 "Rose" is a cutaway acoustic-electric guitar that features an all rosewood body with a natural finish, mother-of-pearl rosette and purling, and the B-Band A5T pickup system. The Fusion 14 comes equipped with gold tuners with black buttons, Savarez 500CR Cristal Corum normal tension strings, and a Humicase Protégé classical size guitar case.

Cordoba Fusion models are nylon-string guitars for steel-string musicians. They are the first guitars to merge the acoustic bracing and tone of a traditional nylon with the thinner neck and fast action of a steel string. Radiused fretboards and 14 fret neck-to-body construction make these the most comfortable crossover guitars for steel string and electric players. The cutaway body style makes playing on the upper frets a breeze.

The B-Band A5T system features a slider 4-band EQ and volume control, notch filter and frequency rotary controls, phase button, low battery-LED, and full range chromatic tuner. The fully chromatic tuner has an LED strip that shows the note and individual LEDs showing the half step, sharp, flat, and in-tune.


  • Fusion 14:
  • Body: 14 fret construction with cutaway
  • Top: Solid Indian Rosewood
  • Back & Sides: Indian Rosewood
  • Fingerboard: Bound Ebony
  • Rosette: Mother-of-pearl rosette and purling
  • Bridge: Ebony
  • Gold Tuners with Black Buttons
  • Strings: Savarez 500CR Cristal Corum Normal Tension
  • Finish: Natural
  • Electronics: B-Band A5T Pickup System
  • Case: Humicase Protégé Classical size
  • A5T:
  • 4-band EQ
  • Slider controls
  • HzzLess circuit for low noise and very high output
  • Chromatic tuner
  • Controls for feedback reduction
  • Phase button
  • Compact design
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