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If you're an acoustic guitarist who has never played a nylon-stringed guitar, there's no better way to take the plunge than with a Cordoba Crossover model. Crossover Series guitars offer the best of both steel-string and nylon-string worlds and are designed with Spanish heel construction: a technique which makes the entire length of the guitar vibrate as one unified piece. Additionally, their slimmer neck offers the kind of easy playability you'd normally find only on an electric axe, while the many vintage appointments and Savarez Cristal Corum strings give you a gorgeous look and tone that's ideal for Latin playing styles.

In this catalog you'll find Cordoba Crossover guitars that are exquisitely crafted from your choice of wood tops. First off, there's the Cordoba C9 Crossover Nylon String Acoustic Guitar. It has a radiused fingerboard, hard-carved mahogany neck and a solid Canada cedar top. Other aesthetic touches include a mother-of-pearl weave rosette (inspired by the 1920 Domingo Esteso guitar) and a rosewood fingerboard and bridge. Paired with a lightweight polyfoam case, this item is a must-have for anyone who loves the look and tone of a traditional C9 but prefers the feel of a steel string.

After you're done gazing at the C9 Crossover, check out the C10 Crossover Nylon String Acoustic Guitar. This masterpiece boasts a solid European spruce top and Indian rosewood back and sides. The C10 Crossover also sports a fan bracing system to give the center of the soundboard more surface area to respond to the tension of the strings. The result is a guitar with bigger, louder projection - ideal for live performances. Along with the vintage appointments inspired by the same Domingo Esteso guitar mentioned and the fast-playing slimmer neck, the C10 Crossover is a best seller for more than one reason.

Playing a nylon-string guitar is a one-of-a-kind experience that every guitarist should try at least once in their musical journey. When you think you're ready, just remember that Cordoba is considered by many to be the finest classical guitar manufacturer on the globe and their Crossover Series is the perfect way to transition from a steel to nylon string.