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New Cordoba Luthier C10 Crossover SP - natural

Classical guitar 4/4 size
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Description

The all-solid CORDOBA Luthier C10 Crossover SP offers a new spin on a Córdoba classic. Built with a solid European spruce top and solid Indian rosewood back and sides, the C10 Crossover's main standout feature is its slim neck. A reduced 48mm nut width, 16" radius fingerboard, and thin-profiled C-shaped mahogany neck will feel familiar to steel string and electric players.

Like its sister model (C10), the C10 Crossover has traditional Spanish fan bracing and Spanish heel construction to allow for a responsive soundboard and full vibration throughout the entire body. The C10 Crossover has a two-way truss rod for long-term neck stability.

Delicate aesthetic touches like the 1920’s-inspired pearloid rosette adds a touch of vintage elegance. A lightweight polyfoam case makes this a Córdoba best-seller and a guitar you’ll want to play for a lifetime.

Characteristics

Ref : 102702
- Acoustic & electro-acoustic : acoustic
- Acoustic guitar color : natural
- Right-handed / left-hand : right-handed
- CORDOBA Luthier C10 Crossover SP
- SKU Cordoba CO148
- 4/4 classical guitar
- Made in China
- Solid european Spruce top
- Solid indian Rosewood back/sides
- Spanish fan bracing
- Body depth 95 > 100 mm
- Body width 292 > 371 mm
- Body length 489 mm
- Total length 984 mm
- Mahogany neck, C profile
- Ebony fingerboard, 19 frettes (12 hors caisse)
- Scale 650 mm (25.6")
- Nut width 48 mm
- Neck depth 1st fret 21 mm
- Neck depth 9th fret 24 mm
- Rosewood bridge
- Bone nut
- Der Jung Der Jung DJ206CK-P12 (S3) tuners
- Gloss finish
- Savarez Cristal Corum High Tension 500CJ recommanded strings

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