Cordoba Stage Guitar Edge Burst w/Bag

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Acoustic Guitar

  • Style: Thinline
  • Ergonomic body shape
  • Chambered body: solid carved mahogany
  • Top: solid spruce with maple veneer
  • New spruce bracing
  • Body thickness: 40 mm (1.5")
  • Neck: Mahogany
  • Fingerboard Pau Ferro
  • Neck profile: Fusion style
  • Fretboard radius: 406 mm (16")
  • Nut width: 48 mm (1 7/8")
  • 22 Frets
  • Pickup: New Fishman Stage System with controls for volume, EQ and blend
  • Colour: Edge Burst high-gloss
  • Incl. gig bag
available since July 2022
Item number 546126
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Colour Sunburst
Top Spruce
Back and Sides Mahogany, solid
Fretboard Pau Ferro
Nut width in mm 48,00 mm
Scale 640 mm
Cutaway Yes
Pickup System Yes
Case or Gigbag Yes
B-Stock from $519 available
$598
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Awesome Guitar for the price
Ymma 10.08.2022
Recently bought an Acoustasonic but also wanted a nylon based alternative, I've own a Cordoba C10 for a while and is an amazing instrument, so I decided to give it a try and Cordoba keeps up to the standard, a affordable guitar that could easily compete with other alternatives that are twice as expensive

The default setup could need some work, got some buzzing in the 5th string, but after adjusting it, now sounds like a charm!!!
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Good quality budget electric-nylon guitar
Anonymous 25.07.2022
Playability: The light weight and thin-line body makes it easy to play, the well balanced body and rounded neck joint makes high frets easy to reach.
The action is on the higher side but acceptable. Good for classical player, but you may want to lower the saddle if you play electric guitar.

Sound: Unplug is loud enough for home practicing. Even the body is thin, it can still provide some bass response. The EQ and body sensor knob are very useful, the piezo seems to have too much treble, but rolling off a bit of volume or a EQ pedal would help.
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