Cordoba produces some top quality nylon string classical guitars, are one of the most popular factory-made brands and going by the quality of their guitars, they surely deserve that kind of popularity.
Cordoba guitars combine traditional craftsmanship with modern techniques to create beautiful acoustic instruments. Cordoba guitars are lightweight, very responsive, and apt for guitar players looking to own a Spanish guitar.
Unlike most concert-quality classical and flamenco guitars that cost at-least a few grands, serious guitar students can own a Cordoba guitar for much lesser price and these guitars still deliver superb tone and play-ability.
You do get Cordoba classical guitars that are priced around a few hundred dollars (which is inexpensive considering the overall quality of these guitars). Given their price range, these are among the finest instruments that you can lay your hands on, especially for experienced steel-string players looking for excellent crossover guitars to incorporate some Spanish guitar into their repertoires.
Top Cordoba Guitars
Cordoba 15CM Concert Ukulele
The Cordoba 15CM is a handmade, entry-level concert size ukulele with mahogany top, back and sides.
Cordoba C3M Classical Guitar
Cordoba C3M (“M” stands for its light matte finish) is a full-sized, handcrafted guitar from the Iberia Series. Features solid cedar top and mahogany back and sides, hand inlaid wooden rosette, a rosewood fingerboard, gold tuning machines with pearl buttons.
Cordoba C5 Classical Guitar
The Cordoba C5 is a full size nylon-string guitar (from the Iberia series), handmade in the traditional Spanish style. It features Canadian cedar top, mahogany back and sides, rosewood fingerboard.
Cordoba C5-CE Acoustic Electric Classical Guitar
The Cordoba C5-CE (Iberia series) acoustic electric is handmade in the traditional Spanish style. It features a solid Canadian cedar top and mahogany back and sides, has a soft cutaway and a slightly thinner neck. Comes with The Fishman Isys+ 2band pickup system – making it perfect for gigging and recording. Read more…