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  • sixfirsixfir

    Superb guitar

    Cordoba 14 MaplePublished on 03/09/13 at 10:20
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Guitar made in China, but obviously designed with the utmost care (which is certainly an excellent quality / price ratio). The table is solid spruce top, body and sides flamed maple, most aesthetic, although laminated memory. Key mechanical and ebony, a rarity in this price range. The finish is absolutely flawless, nothing to do with most guitars made in China market. The Fishman preamp is that I forgot the model, but with all the trimmings sum fairly comprehensive, offering the possibility to couple the internal microphone with the piezo, and mix the two sources at will, in order to obtain a more natural.
    Also positive, considering the presence of a truss rod, greatly facilitating the ta…
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    Guitar made in China, but obviously designed with the utmost care (which is certainly an excellent quality / price ratio). The table is solid spruce top, body and sides flamed maple, most aesthetic, although laminated memory. Key mechanical and ebony, a rarity in this price range. The finish is absolutely flawless, nothing to do with most guitars made in China market. The Fishman preamp is that I forgot the model, but with all the trimmings sum fairly comprehensive, offering the possibility to couple the internal microphone with the piezo, and mix the two sources at will, in order to obtain a more natural.
    Also positive, considering the presence of a truss rod, greatly facilitating the task to sharpen the curvature of the handle. Because 95% of the market guitars original action was a bit high, so I was he had to sand the frets and bridge head and put a little bit of the truss rod key to obtain low action without excessive wrinkling.

    UTILIZATION

    The neck is thin but not narrow, the guitar is relatively small and very light. Access to treble is excellent. On the semi-rigid case I think the seller crashed and gave me one of the top models (after checking on the internet, having found that the molding of the case had a little play), what I rejoice, because moving a lot with me, I've never seen a case Fusse he also lightweight hardtail, it seems to walk around with empty hands, and ensures protection nevertheless well above the covers or cases flexible.

    SOUNDS

    In terms of its acoustics, it seems at first glance a bit feeble and deficient in the bass and lower midrange, but if you take it for what it has to offer, that is a good definition, good presence and dynamic, with great clarity, and above all, a quite exceptional accuracy, even in recent cases, combined with a neater finish, we quickly falls in love. It responds perfectly to the touch, with all the nuances of the game, the more it is one of those guitars whose sound seems to be gaining in depth and warmth As we cheek, as if the spectrum is balanced out in discretion of the game, the low and low mids reinforcing once the guitar "heated". For my part I use it mainly for finger picking, I would not trade it for anything in the world, but also to pick. In this case I use a John Pearse Dugain or horn, which brings the bold and the warmth and softness characteristic that perfectly complements its natural spectrum. This guitar certainly lends itself very well to flamenco, however this is not a guitar strumming, much less another nylon string guitar.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost a year, we could complain of lower back slightly, but it is also what makes it unique, it is not a fault just an expression of personality, of course not suceptible not suit everyone.
    For my part I would do this choice without hesitation, especially since I doubt she found many rivals in this price range.
    Nothing to say, this guitar has a charm.
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