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Cordoba Pro-F Flamenco Guitar
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The solid German spruce top resonates with a bold brightness and beautiful overtones. Solid cypress sides and back take the edge off. Lighter than it...Click To Read More About This Product
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The solid German spruce top resonates with a bold brightness and beautiful overtones. Solid cypress sides and back take the edge off. Lighter than its classical counterpart -- 515770 the Pro-R -- (see other customers purchase box), this guitar has a throaty voice in all pitches. Lower action provides ease of play and signature flamenco buzz while the tap plate protects the top from rhythm slaps.
- Solid spruce soundboard
- Cypress back and sides
- Honduran cedar neck
- Ebony fingerboard
- Gold-plated tuners
- 52mm nut
- 650mm scale
- Lacquer finish
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I own both this Pro F and a Pro R classical model. The action on both is low and comfortable, but the lower action Pro F plays so much quicker the difference is striking. Tone on both is fantastic. Don't wait - buy it!
I know a guy who owns the Cordoba Pro-F. I will say that, while being a nice guitar, it is not flamenco. A flamenco guitar has much different tuning gears, and the strings are closer to the fretboard. Also, this guitar has no golpe-stroke areas. If you are looking for a nice classical guitar, this is good. But if you want a real flamenco, this isn't what you want.
Guitar comes with a too high action and a way to thick laquer finish. making a lower saddle is easy but the only compensation for the finish is to sand the fan struts and braces down inside to half what they were before. This will make the guitar a real flamenco.