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Average Score:5.0( 5/5 based on 2 reviews )
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Value For Money : Excellent
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brice88's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Cuenca 10
Guitar handmade in Spain.
18 frets + a 19 ° cut through the rosette.
The previous opinion describes the woods and then as I do not know much I'll let you read. Against by my guitar amp does not like that of the previous opinion.


It is a classical guitar neck (very large and the strings are widely spaced from the handle of a guitar) to get used to, in my case I used since I bought this guitar almost 10 years ago.
Access to Aiguier is not easy but for styles that is designed this guitar, it does not ask too many big problems.


This guitar suits me perfectly as I play above the conventional mainly
but having said that we can do something like flamenco, coaching, a little picking, ...


It's been almost 10 years and I use it except for some marks on the body, it surport out the "outrages" of time and still sounds as well I think. Also it does not much tune (good mechanical wood working except a little bit during the "hot and cold").
Before buying j'aivais tried other more expensive models, but some did not sound as well (surprisingly but true). However now for 350 € (2000F at the time) it is not stolen and it was a good guitar. For that money I would do without too hesistant to this choice.

dour2002's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Cuenca 10
Mid-range classical guitar, solid cedar top, clear matt varnish, pretty.

nothing special, but the woods are good for the price.

difference with a right-handed model: the marks are on the other side of the handle and
bridge is reversed (feasible oneself). unjustified price difference (100 € more in some stores), buy more of a right-handed model, the seller will amend bp for nothing. Apart from the references you will not see the difference as the classics are symmetrical.
I tried a left-handed model, and bought a right handed model ...


Very light, pleasant handle.
mechanical quality, keep the agreement.


For the price, excellent in the range € 200-300. Personally, I found that the sound is very balanced, just enough bass, and treble strings sound great for the price. When we play 6-string arrangements on this means, all the strings are audible.


Just to say I was shocked that a guitar in right € 250 € 350 to be sold in left-handed. In power we do not see such differences as the body and fittings are very different, ...
Good guitar for the price (in right!)