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Cordoba Guilele CE 6-String Acoustic Electric Ukulele
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The groundbreaking Guilele CE from Cordoba Guitars is a small guitar with a ukulele sound, feel and size. Considered to be a true travel guitar, this...Read More
The groundbreaking Guilele CE from Cordoba Guitars is a small guitar with a ukulele sound, feel and size. Considered to be a true travel guitar, this small six string is light, portable and a great way for guitar players to segue into the ukulele world. The Cordoba Guilele CE features a soft cutaway and Cordoba 2Band piezo pickup. It's tuned up a 4th (same as a guitar with a capo at the 5th fret - A D G C E A - low to high) and is built with a solid spruce top, mahogany back and sides, a rosewood fingerboard, and a natural satin finish.
Tuned like a guitar, easy to play and ready for the stage.
- A cross between a guitar and a ukulele
- Perfect for guitarists
- Made with a spruce top and mahogany back and sides
Put your guitar chops to good uke. Order today.
Guilele CE 6-String Acoustic Electric Ukulele
- Top: Solid Spruce
Back & Sides: Mahogany
Binding/Bridge: Black ABS binding / Rosewood bridge
Rosette: All-natural wood braided inlay
Finish: Satin (matte) finish, natural color
Scale Length: 435mm (17.125")
Nut Width: 46mm (1.8")
Fret Marker Inlays: Markers on the 5,7,10,12
Number of Frets: 12 to body, 17 total
Body Width & Length: 226mm width at lower bout / 170mm at upper bout / 28" in total length
Body Depth: 70mm at upper and lower bout
Tuning Machines: Chrome Tuning Machines
Strings: Aquila Nylgut Guilele Strings
Electronics: Cordoba 2Band Piezo
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- Easy To Play
- Small Footprint
- Sounds Good
- No Strap Buttons
- Should Come With Gigbag
- Learning Upper Frets
- Sitting Nice In Mix
Comments about Cordoba Guilele CE 6-String Acoustic Electric Ukulele:
This instrument suits my singing range and is high enough to not get in the way. It sounds sort of like a cross between a fretted guitar, mandolin, and uke. This pickup version is nice because you can dial in a richer, extended tone and also play along with a band.
There is very little bass, but that is to be expected. Also you have to find the sweet spots to strum as you can easily distort the soundbox if you strum in the wrong location. At the end of the frets is nice for heavier strumming or close to the bridge for cleaner plucked styles.
Most of the demos I have seen only show someone playing classical styles, but this little guy can Bark as well as Bach.