Cordoba Mini O-CE Travel Nylon-String Acoustic/Electric Classical Guitar with Gig Bag

BH #CO03967 • MFR #03967
Cordoba
Cordoba Mini O-CE Travel Nylon-String Acoustic/Electric Classical Guitar with Gig Bag
Key Features
  • Solid Ovangkol Top
  • Ovangkol Back & Sides
  • Mahogany Neck / Thin-U Profile
  • Rosewood Fingerboard
Designed for the traveling guitarist, the Cordoba Mini O-CE is a nylon-stringed instrument providing the playability of a full-sized classical guitar in a miniature body. Additionally, the Mini O-CE is equipped with a built-in preamp system and pickup, making it compatible for use with an amplifier. Its single-cutaway body consists of a solid ovangkol top with ovangkol back and sides. This wood offers both a warm, lush tone and an exotic look. The neck, measuring 20” in scale, has a thin-U profile with an 18-fret rosewood fingerboard, and side-position inlays at the third, fifth, seventh, ninth, 12th, and 15th frets. To improve resonance and sustain for the open strings, the nut and saddle are constructed of bone. Silver tuning machines with black buttons secure strings to the headstock, while a rosewood bridge anchors the strings to the body.
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Cordoba Mini O-CE Travel Nylon-String Acoustic/Electric Classical Guitar with Gig Bag

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Cordoba Mini O-CE Overview

Designed for the traveling guitarist, the Cordoba Mini O-CE is a nylon-stringed instrument providing the playability of a full-sized classical guitar in a miniature body. Additionally, the Mini O-CE is equipped with a built-in preamp system and pickup, making it compatible for use with an amplifier. Its single-cutaway body consists of a solid ovangkol top with ovangkol back and sides. This wood offers both a warm, lush tone and an exotic look. The neck, measuring 20” in scale, has a thin-U profile with an 18-fret rosewood fingerboard, and side-position inlays at the third, fifth, seventh, ninth, 12th, and 15th frets. To improve resonance and sustain for the open strings, the nut and saddle are constructed of bone. Silver tuning machines with black buttons secure strings to the headstock, while a rosewood bridge anchors the strings to the body.

For electronics, the Mini O-CE includes a Cordoba 2Band preamp system and a piezo undersaddle pickup. The instrument is factory tuned a fourth up from standard pitch, though you can purchase a set of E-tuned Mini strings to play the guitar in its standard range. You’ll find aesthetic touches adorning the instrument, such as rosewood purfling and binding, and an abalone-style rosette around the soundhole. The instrument comes with a gig bag.

Neck Features

Neck Wood: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Scale Length: 20.0" / 510mm
Profile: Thin-U
Nut Width: 1.96" / 50.0mm
Nut Material: Bone
Inlays: Side Dot Markers at 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th, 12th and 15th Frets
Number of Frets: 18 Total
Tuning Machines: Silver with Black Buttons

Body Features

Top Wood: Solid Ovangkol
Back and Sides: Ovangkol
Binding: Rosewood
Purfling: Rosewood
Bridge: Rosewood
Saddle Material: Bone
String Spacing at Saddle: 2.5" / 63mm
Rosette: Abalone-Style
Finish: Satin (Matte)
Bracing: Fan
Body Width x Length: 7.7 x 10.0" / 195.0 x 255.0 mm
Body Depth at Upper Bout: 2.6" / 65 mm
Body Depth at Lower Bout: 2.9" / 75 mm
Overall Length: 30.5" / 775 mm
Electronics: Cordoba 2Band Preamp with Piezo Pickup
UPC: 809870039673

Cordoba Mini O-CE Specs

Right/Left HandedRight-Handed
Number of Strings6
Body TypeTravel
CutawaySingle-Cutaway
Body WoodTop: Ovangkol
Back: Ovangkol
Sides: Ovangkol
Neck TypeSet Neck
Neck WoodMahogany
FingerboardRosewood
Number of Frets18
Scale Length20.00" /
Nut Width50 mm
Bridge TypeRosewood
PickguardNo
PickupsBridge: Piezo
ControlsTone Control: x 2
Volume Control: x 1
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)33.2 x 12.4 x 6.6"
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