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Cordoba 32E Classical Acoustic Guitar
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A fantastic instrument for the money, this Cordoba 32E classical guitar delivers the round, warm tone you would expect from a much more expensive ins...Click To Read More About This Product
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Perfect budget-friendly instrument for the serious student.
A fantastic instrument for the money, this Cordoba 32E classical guitar delivers the round, warm tone you would expect from a much more expensive instrument. A solid Canadian cedar top on light laminated sapele back and sides is extremely resonant and will only grow sweeter with age. Finished with maple/ebony binding, a gorgeous rosette, and rosewood headstock veneer and fingerboard on a Spanish cedar neck. Cypress heel cap and gold/black tuners with pearloid buttons.
- Handmade in Spain
- Solid Canadian cedar top
- Laminated thin sapele back, sides, and heel cap
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Gold-plated tuning machines
- Spanish cedar neck
- Maple/ebony binding
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This is a wonderful instrument. I have owned several professional quality classical guitars including a Ramirez 1a and a 1982 M. Kohno Model 30 that purchased new, a Ramirez R3 and a Mitsuru Tamura. I?ve had this guitar for a bit less than week, and purchased it as what I hoped would be the first quality classical following my being forced to sell my collection of guitars as a result of a prolonged period of unemployment. I purchased the guitar online as new with a small ding in the top, without playing it, having played the cheaper C5 model in a local store. The 32E is a very impressive instrument having beautifully warm bell tones, powerful and clear bass, excellent balance between bass and treble,with an overall powerful voice making it reminiscent of the concert instruments I had owned. After making a new saddle for the bridge, the action is still a bit on the high side, but not unusually so for an instrument which is intended to play at performance volume without buzzing, and I find it comfortable to play. I mention this, because in this price range buyers who are used to Yamaha or Takamine classicalguitars might need a short time to get used to it, so shouldn?t be deterred, because its sound isexceptional. It is also a handsome instrument with nice touches like the rich looking grain of the back and sides with a matching heel cap and attractive maple binding.I would certainly recommend this guitar to somone looking for a classical guitar in the price range.
I've owned this guitar for a few weeks now and I love it. After playing my other guitars, this one is like a breath of fresh air. It's balanced nicely so the basses and trebles don't overpower each other. Good harmonics, good range of tone and color. For a factory-made classical in this price range, this is definitely worth buying. To state the obvious, it's absolutely gorgeous as well. I love the Spanish cedar neck with the rosewood veneer on the front of the headstock. The action is a little high at first, but that's an easy fix. It isn't going to be something you'll perform concerts with, but if you want a beautiful, sonorous, general-purpose guitar at a low price that you can love, look no further!
very goood spanish guitar for its price, sound very warm.. and look amazing.. beautiful wood pattern at the back