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Cordoba Fusion 14 Maple Classical Acoustic-Electric Guitar
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The Cordoba Fusion 14 is a crossover nylon-string acoustic-electric guitar for steel-string and electric guitar players looking for that warm, nylon-...Click To Read More About This Product
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The Cordoba Fusion 14 is a crossover nylon-string acoustic-electric guitar for steel-string and electric guitar players looking for that warm, nylon-string classical guitar sound. Cordoba's Fusion is the first guitar to merge the acoustic bracing and tone of traditional nylon-string guitars with the thinner neck and fast action of steel string guitars. The 14-fret neck-to-body construction with thin neck and radiused fingerboard provides easy playing for players used to steel strings and electric guitars. The Cordoba Fusion 14 also includes a HumiCase Protg case.
- Top: Solid Spruce
- Back and Sides: Flamed Maple
- Fingerboard: African Ebony
- Neck: Mahogany
- Bridge: Indian Rosewood with bone saddle and tie block
- Maple/Ebony wood ring rosette inlay with maple/ebony purfling
- Binding: Indian Rosewood
- Indian Rosewood headstock veneer
- Scale length: 25.59" (650 mm)
- Electronics: BBAND A6T with tuner. Blended system of under-saddle piezo with acoustic soundboard transducer, 4-band EQ and on board tuner.
- Number of Frets: 23 frets
- Nut Width: 47 mm
- Includes HumiCase Protg case
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This is the maple nylon companion to my Taylor 614. At this price it is built well, has amazing B Band electronics and a very good Humicase (humidity controlled). Usually at this price you get an OK case but this is much better than most. To elaborate on the electronics, the B Band under top transducer pickup sounds like a good microphone but without the sensitive feedback issues. You can mix between the under saddle and top pickups. I'm not usually a fan of side mounted pre-amps cut in on nice guitars but, I made an exception for this one because it is a great playing and sounding nylon crossover for the money. Because it is designed more like a steel string in scale I can play all the way up the neck similar to my 614 with the sound and everything a nylon string offers me. This was a good choice for me and if you are looking for a great nylon crossover you should give it a try too.
I have been waiting to get hold of a Fusion model since announced and finally got the maple version. The cutaway and narrower neck built similar to my Taylor 614 is what I've been after in a nylon string crossover. I have other standard design high end classicals but for the price I am very pleased with this. It will become my main working nylon string guitar when performing. The other main reason I love this guitar is because of the amazing sound the B Band AST pickup gives. It sounds like a microphone with less feedback. This guitar has the (A6T) UST and AST pickup and when mixed in the center it produces a very dynamic and natural acoustic sound. Tuner, EQ and notch too.I have played with many variations of acoustic pickups, but this one made my head turn on this guitar! I'm not a fan of putting holes in nice guitars for preamp and batteries to fit in, but for the quality, price and sound, I can deal with it. It comes with a very good Black hard shell Humicase which was also a good surprise. If you are after a steel string to nylon crossover this is one to definitely consider. These are solid top and ply sides and back versions that are available now (even the current all rosewood). I plan on buying another in the all solid wood when they come out sometime later this year (I called the manufacturer). But they will also cost more. Thanks!