Honoring Two Centuries of Iconic Guitars
Esteso Lightweight with an incredible tone. Based on a 1931 guitar made by Domingo Esteso, one of the greatest Spanish luthiers of the 20th century. Solid European spruce or Canadian cedar top with solid Palo Escrito back and sides.
All-solid premium woods. Small batch craftsmanship.
Mother-of-Pearl Esteso Rosette
Canut Reyes, The Gipsy Kings | 55FCE
Body size and style options for every player.
TOP Solid Canadian Cedar BACK/SIDES Mahogany Available with a sunburst finish and solid spruce top. 19
Fusion Series Nylon String Guitars with Crossover Appeal C贸rdoba pioneered the crossover movement of making traditional nylon string guitars comfortable for players that are accustomed to thinner necks. The goal has always been to retain the tone of a Spanish guitar while offering neck playability that appeals to all guitarists. The Fusion Series models merge traditional Spanish bracing and body design with the thinner neck and fingerboard dimensions of a steel string guitar. Radiused fretboards and 12 or 14 fret neck-to-body construction make these the most comfortable crossover guitars for steel string and electric players. Select instruments include Fishman or C贸rdoba Acoustic Fidelity pickup systems.
Founded in 1997, Cรณrdoba seeks to guide the evolution of the acoustic guitar, blending traditional craftsmanship of the early master luthiers with modern developments. Inspired by the organic beauty and honesty of acoustic instruments, every Cรณrdoba is lightweight, responsive, and a direct descendant of the Spanish tradition. Cรณrdoba continues to challenge the definition of the acoustic guitar without sacrificing the authenticity of its heritage. For more information, please visit Cรณrdobaguitars.com.
Eclectic mix of travel and world instruments for those thinking outside the box.
6-string Guitar/Ukulele Hybrid
TOP Solid Mahogany BACK/SIDES Mahogany
Ryan Miller, Guster | 25TK-CE
Photo by Kenneth Parry
Handmade with all-solid acacia tops and backs, featuring rope pattern ornamentations that hearken back to the ukuleleâ€™s original Portuguese roots.