The 20 Series ukuleles come in soprano, concert, tenor, and baritone sizes. They are all-mahogany with solid-tops and feature natural wood pattern rosettes and a light satin finish.
The 22 Series ukuleles come in soprano, concert, tenor, and baritone sizes. They feature solid spruce tops with rosewood back and sides, a natural wood pattern rosettes and a high gloss finish.
The 23 Series ukuleles are available in soprano, concert, tenor, tenor cutaway-electric, and baritone sizes. Each features a solid ovangkol top paired with ovangkol back and sides, rosewood bridge and fingerboard, mahogany neck, and ovangkol headstock veneer. Ovangkol ranges from rich orange to a darker brown in color, and is commonly streaked with gray, purple, or black. It’s tonally similar to rosewood, with a slightly fuller mid-range. The figure of ovangkol provides a gorgeous backdrop for the abalone rosette and Cordoba logo.
The 24 series brings another exotic wood combination to Cordoba’s ukulele line, offering a unique look and a brand new tone. These ukuleles feature a solid cedar top paired with spalted maple back and sides. The outcome is a ukulele that really projects its voice, regardless of its size. Padauk binding, fingerboard binding, and a padauk rosette add a beautiful pop of red to the striking appearance. Additional features include a rosewood bridge and fingerboard, mahogany neck, and spalted maple headstock veneer.
The 25 series ukuleles come in soprano, concert and tenor size. They are all-acacia and feature ornamentations that harken back to the ukulele's original Portuguese roots.
Developed by renowned luthier, Pepe Romero Jr., Córdoba’s new 30 Series ukuleles are completely handmade using traditional Spanish guitar methods: a larger and slightly deeper body, Spanish heel neck joint, lightweight fan bracing, wider fingerboard for better playability, and a hand-rubbed finish. Each model also features an abalone rosette, premium all solid woods, Grover tuning machines, and includes a durable Córdoba polyfoam case.