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Manuel Rodriguez Caballero 8 Nylon String Acoustic Guitar
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The Caballero 8 is a beginner guitar with all the playability and tone you would expect in a fine Spanish-style nylon-string acoustic guitar from Man...Read More
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The Caballero 8 is a beginner guitar with all the playability and tone you would expect in a fine Spanish-style nylon-string acoustic guitar from Manuel Rodriguez, including a laminated Canadian cedar top, mahogany back & sides, a mahogany neck with a rosewood fingerboard, and a beautiful gloss finish.
Aesthetic appointments include tortoiseshell body binding, Silver-plated tuning machines, and a wood rosette soundhole inlay. Rodriguez guitars are known for their high level of craftsmanship and purity of tone. You would be hard-pressed to find another Spanish acoustic guitar of comparable quality at this price.
A serious starter Spanish nylon-string guitar.
- Head Shape: Manuel Rodriguez style
- Headstock overlay: walnut
- Tuners: silverplated slotted
- Strings: D'Addario J46 ESP strings
- Nut: bone
- Nut width: 52mm (2.04")
- Neck joint: Spanish heel
- Neck material: mahogany
- Scale: 650mm (25.6")
- Fingerboard material: Indian rosewood
- Fingerboard radius: flat
- Position markers: edge
- Fret size: medium
- Number of fret: 19 silverplated
- Body Shape: classical
- Top: laminated Canadian cedar
- Back and Sides: mahogany
- Body depth: 90mm (3.54")
- Binding: tortoise
- Soundhole inlay: multicolored wood rosette
- Bridge: rosewood
- Saddle: bone
- Finish: gloss
Backed by three generations of luthiers, Rodriguez guitars are pure art. Own this one today!
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Comments about Manuel Rodriguez Caballero 8 Nylon String Acoustic Guitar:
I'm not a professional, but a professional looked at it and agreed with me that it is well worth the money. I love the tone; and I can't believe the quality of wood that is used in the mfg of this intro guitar. Wow! Great for a beginner or a back up guitar. Recommend - you won't be disappointed. Only down side was the action seemed to be a little high for me, but I got use to it pdq. I love this little guitar.