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Cordoba 32EF Flamenco Acoustic Guitar
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A fantastic instrument for the money, this Cordoba 32EF flamenco guitar delivers the sultry flamenco tone you would expect from a much more expensive...Read More
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Perfect budget-minded instrument for aspiring tocantes al flamenco.
A fantastic instrument for the money, this Cordoba 32EF flamenco guitar delivers the sultry flamenco tone you would expect from a much more expensive instrument. A solid European spruce top on light laminated cypress 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 European spruce top
- Laminated thin cypress back, sides, and heel cap
- Rosewood fingerboard
- Spanish cedar neck
- Maple/ebony binding
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This Flamenco guitar is amazing! Don't second guess yourself! This guitar was built like it was 60 years ago! It has amazing low and high action! I'm very happy with this purchase and you will too!
I compared this guitar to many others at higher prices and much to the delight of my wallet, this guitar sounds just as good as higher end guitars. It is a light weight, tough guitar with brilliant sound. Buy and enjoy!
While shopping for a guitar at the local music store I ran across this particular model. I had heard Cordobas before and thought they emmited too much bass.Afther listening carefully to this particular model I discovered that I was wrong. Ramirez, Rodriquez and Alhambras are very nice, but for the price of this particular unit you cannot go wrong.If you have the opportunity to compare do so to satify your curiosity.
The guitar is at a great price. It sounds a little too much like a classical guitar at first (to me) but give it two weeks of moderate playing and that's when the real sound comes out. It's a very nicely made guitar. The only fault is the action is a little high for a flamenco guitar. I'm not complaining overall. I love this guitar.