Intended to put the bright, percussive sound of Flamenco at your fingertips, the Iberia Series F7 from Cordoba is a traditional Spanish classical guitar with a solid European spruce top, as well as cypress back and sides. Its mahogany neck features a 25.6” scale with a 19-fret ebony fingerboard, and mother-of-pearl side dot marker inlays at the fifth, seventh, ninth, and 12th frets. A two-way truss rod helps to ensure your neck stays straight, and a bone nut and saddle help to bolster sustain and resonance on open strings.
Other aesthetics abound, such as 3-ply maple and ebony top purfling, as well as Indian rosewood binding. An Indian rosewood bridge affixes strings to the body, while a set of Cordoba Black and Gold Floral Tuning Machines secures the strings at the headstock.
Since this instrument was designed for playing Flamenco styles, it has been equipped with a clear tap plate to prevent you from damaging the top in particularly percussive moments of expression.
Neck Joint: Spanish Heel
Truss Rod: Two-Way Adjustable, 0.2" / 4.0mm
Scale Length: 25.6" / 650mm
Nut Width: 2.04" / 52.0mm
Nut Material: Bone
Number of Frets: 19
Tuning Machines: Cordoba Black and Gold Floral Tuning Machines
Back and Sides: Cypress
Binding: Indian Rosewood
Purfling: 3-Ply Maple and Ebony Top Purfling
Bridge: Indian Rosewood
Saddle Material: Bone
String Spacing at Saddle: 2.4" / 60mm
Rosette: Inlaid Wood Mosaic
Tap Plate: Clear, Flamenco Style
Finish: High-Gloss PU, Honey Amber-Tinted Back and Sides
Bracing: Spanish Fan, Flamenco Style
Body Width x Depth (Upper Bout): 11.4 x 3.46" / 290 x 88mm
Body Width x Depth (Lower Bout): 14.6 x 3.50" / 370 x 89mm
Body Length: 19.1" / 485mm
Overall Length: 39" / 990.6mm