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Cordoba C9 Cedar Top Classical Guitar

$899.00 $825.00

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Every guitar is given a thorough 18-point check including playing through every note, checking intonation, adjusting saddle & nut heights, checking neck relief, fret ends, tuners, finish, and more. You can rest assured that your guitar will be flawless or we'll replace it or refund it and cover all shipping charges. Also, unlike any of the large stores, all of our guitars are kept in a climate controlled room at 50% humidity so you don't have to worry about sharp frets, dried out fretboards, or hidden cracks in your guitar.

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The C9 is an all-solid Spanish style guitar featuring either a Canadian cedar or European spruce top with mahogany back and sides. Handmade in a small boutique workshop, it's the perfect choice for serious classical guitarists, or any player looking to upgrade to a concert-level instrument at an affordable price.

The C9 is built with a traditional Spanish fan bracing and Spanish heel construction to allow for a responsive soundboard and full vibration throughout the entire body. The punchy midrange of the mahogany body accentuates the woodiness of the overall tone. The C9 has a C-shape neck and flat fingerboard characteristic of traditional classical guitars, but also includes modern features such as a two-way truss rod for long-term neck stability.

Delicate aesthetic touches like its 1920s-inspired pearloid rosette add a touch of vintage elegance. Other stand-out features such as a rosewood fingerboard and bridge, red purfling, high gloss finish, Savarez Cristal Corum strings, and a lightweight polyfoam case makes this a Cordoba best-seller and a guitar you'll play for a lifetime.

Top: Solid Canadian Cedar (Click here for spruce top)
Back/Sides: Solid Mahogany
Neck: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Rosewood
Rosette: Mother-of-Pearl & Ebony "Esteso" Weave
Tuners: Cordoba Premium Gold Tuning Machines
Scale: 650mm
Nut: 52mm
Nut/Saddle: Bone
Truss Rod: Two-way Adjustable, 4mm
Bracing: Spanish Fan Bracing
Finish: High Gloss PU
Case: Cordoba Polyfoam Case

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Beautiful Guitar

I just received my Cordoba C9 Guitar in the mail. I was somewhat reluctant to make a purchase this way as I have never purchased a guitar without playing it before; moreover, this guitar is made in China so I was concerned about quality issues. I can assure you my concerns were unfounded. Geoff was very supportive through the entire process and provided a level of support that went above and beyond. He treated me as though I were buying a Luthier made guitar even though the C9 is at a student guitar price point. That being said, the guitar itself is remarkable, it arrived free of blemishes and the finish level was very high. The components are high quality and the tonewoods are superb. I ordered a model with a Cedar top, again a first for me. The tone is warm and lush, but with good note separation, the guitar itself is light as a feather and resonates in your hands without even being played. The setup again surprised me, a nearby shop is selling a C9 so I took the opportunity to check that guitar out. It was also a lovely guitar but the Cordoba models there had very high actions, so I was expecting to have to make adjustments as I normally would to any new guitar. Not the case with this guitar, it arrived with the saddle a bit lower than the ones in the chain store, frets well dressed and smooth with the perfect amount of relief; to say I am very happy with this purchase would be an understatement.

I did want to point out that this guitar is in fact solid wood and not laminate back and sides. I verified this through the manufacturer and it is evidenced by the two piece construction used on the back. This is a bonus! I have been playing about 40 years and received some formal training in classical guitar, but more or less played more mainstream music. Recently I have wanted to get back into classical guitar and devote more time to adding some more advanced arrangements to my repertoire. this is the perfect instrument to do it with. Thanks Geoff and X- Guitars!