Cordoba C10CD Luthier Series Nylon-String Classical Guitar (High Gloss)

Cordoba C10CD Luthier Series Nylon-String Classical Guitar (High Gloss)

Cordoba C10CD Luthier Series Nylon-String Classical Guitar (High Gloss)

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Cordoba C10CD Luthier Series Nylon-String Classical Guitar (High Gloss)

Cordoba C10CD Luthier Series Nylon-String Classical Guitar (High Gloss)

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Product Highlights

  • Solid Canadian Cedar Top
  • Indian Rosewood Back & Sides
  • Mahogany Neck / C-Shaped Profile
  • Ebony Fingerboard
  • Indian Rosewood Bridge
  • 25.6" Scale / 19 Frets
  • Side Inlays at 5th, 7th, 9th Frets
  • Indian Rosewood Binding
  • Pearloid Esteso Weave Rosette
  • Cordoba Premium Gold Tuning Machines
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Styled in a high-gloss finish, the Luthier Series C10CD from Cordoba is a nylon-string classical guitar, which combines the full, warm, and responsive tone of a Canadian cedar top with Indian rosewood for the back and sides. This construction imparts a lush, rich timbre, and tight low-end response to the instrument. As such, this iteration of the C10 will tend to have a more full-bodied and rounded sound over its counterpart—the C10SP, which sports a European spruce top.

The instrument’s mahogany neck, measuring 25.6” in scale, is outfitted with an ebony fingerboard and set to the neck in a Spanish heel joint. 19 frets are provided in total with side-position inlays at the fifth, seventh, and ninth fret for easier visual orientation. The 4mm truss rod accessible for ensuring your neck stays straight, and a bone nut has been employed to bolster sustain and resonance on open strings.

Aesthetic touches abound, such as six-ply colored-wood top purfling, three-ply maple and ebony back-and-side purfling, and Indian rosewood binding. A rosewood bridge affixes strings to the body, while at the headstock, Cordoba Premium Gold Tuning Machines with black, ebony-style buttons have been employed. These tuning machines sport a gear ratio of 14:1 for precise tuning, giving you a string-roller spacing of 35mm. A Cordoba Polyfoam Case is included with the instrument to help your instrument stay protected from harsh interior conditions when not in use.

Neck Features
Neck Wood: Mahogany
Neck Joint: Spanish heel
Fingerboard: Ebony
Profile: C Shape
Truss Rod: 0.2" / 4mm
Scale Length: 25.6" / 650mm
String Spacing at Saddle: 2.3" / 59mm
Nut Width: 2.0" / 52mm
Nut Material: Bone
Side-Position Inlays: Mother-of-pearl inlays at fifth, seventh, and ninth frets
Number of Frets: 12 to body, 19 total
Tuning Machines: Cordoba Premium Gold 
Body Features
Top Wood: Solid Canadian cedar
Back and Sides: Solid Indian rosewood
Binding: Indian rosewood
Purfling: 6-ply colored-wood top purfling, 3-ply maple and ebony back and side purfling
Bridge: Indian rosewood
Rosette: Pearloid Esteso weave 
Finish: High gloss polyurethane
Bracing: Fan
Body Width x Depth (Upper Bout): 11.4 x 3.7" / 290 x 95mm
Body Width x Depth (Lower Bout): 14.5 x 3.8" / 370 x 97mm
Body Length: 19.3" / 490mm
Overall Length: 39" / 990.6mm
UPC: 809870046763
In the Box
Cordoba C10CD Luthier Series Nylon-String Classical Guitar (High Gloss)
  • Cordoba Polyfoam Case
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Right/Left Handed Right-Handed
    Number of Strings 6
    Body Type Classical
    Cutaway Non-Cutaway
    Body Wood Top: Spruce
    Back: Indian Rosewood
    Sides: Indian Rosewood
    Neck Type Set Neck
    Neck Wood Mahogany
    Fingerboard Ebony
    Number of Frets 19
    Scale Length 25.6"
    Nut Width 52 mm
    Bridge Type Rosewood
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