A compact travel-sized guitar with a spruce top, mahogany back and sides, and a rosewood fingerboard. This guitar is perfect for practicing at home or playing on the go.
Common Questions Asked by Customers About Cordoba & Its Products
Are Cordoba guitars good?
Yes, Cordoba guitars are known for their high-quality materials, craftsmanship, and rich tone. They offer a range of guitars for players of all levels, from beginners to professionals.
Where are Cordoba guitars made?
Most Cordoba guitars are made in China, but the company also has a workshop in Spain where their high-end models are produced.
What type of wood is used in Cordoba guitars?
Cordoba uses a variety of woods in their guitars, including cedar, spruce, mahogany, and rosewood. The choice of wood depends on the specific model and sound desired.
What is the difference between a classical guitar and a steel-string guitar?
A classical guitar has nylon strings and a wider neck, and is typically used for classical music. A steel-string guitar has steel strings and a narrower neck, and is used for a range of genres including country, rock, and folk.
What is the warranty on Cordoba guitars?
Cordoba offers a limited lifetime warranty on their guitars, which covers defects in materials and workmanship. The warranty is non-transferable and applies to the original owner only.