Category: Product Reviews

Gitarzysta Reviews the Córdoba GK Studio Negra

Polish magazine Gitarzysta recently reviewed the Córdoba GK Studio Negra! Here’s a little excerpt from the article on their overall impressions: “This hand-built guitar of Spanish character can go with both the dynamic genre of flamenco and the more typical classical composition. With good quality sound, above-average comfort, and a very good finish, this is the perfect choice of guitar for more advanced players, as well as beginner guitarists seeking a good…

Guitar Interactive Gives the GK Studio 4 Stars!

Guitar Interactive recently reviewed the GK Studio, and we think it’s safe to say that they were quite impressed. Here are a few of the highlights: First impressions: “Straight from its deluxe gig bag, this handmade thin body Flameno guitar has a stunning natural look, with contrasting wood colours and unique features: from the solid European spruce top to the cypress back and sides. The latter is one of the nicest…

The Ukulele Review Loves the Córdoba Mini!

The new Córdoba Mini has been getting some major love since we debuted it at NAMM this past January, but the praise we’re getting from the team over at Hawaii Music Supply and their Ukulele Review is making us blush! Here’s what reviewer Andrew Kitakis had to say after giving one a spin: The Mini is a 20″ scale, just under 2 inches at the nut, and it feels perfect. The size of the body and…

Classical Guitar Magazine Reviews the F7 Paco!

Classical Guitar Magazine reviewed the new, Córdoba F7 Paco in their Summer 2015 issue. Author Adam Perlumtter had a number of good things to say about the guitar, and we wanted to share a few of them with you! First impressions: “The guitar’s cedar soundboard and rosewood back and sides–as opposed to the more common choices of cedar and cypress or sycamore–seem to give it a warm, rounded sound that lends itself to…

Córdoba Included in Acoustic Guitar’s Roundup of “Over 45 Great Guitars for Under $600”

Looking for a great guitar, but on a strict budget? We’ve all been there! But luckily, Acoustic Guitar did your dirty work and researched all of the best options under 600 big ones. We’re honored to be on the list (and we definitely agree with them)! Here’s what AG had to say: If you’re suffering from classical G.A.S. (that’s guitar acquisition syndrome), you don’t have to shell out thousands for a handmade concert instrument.…

F7 Paco Featured in Guitar Player Magazine

Check out the May 2015 issue of Guitar Player Magazine for an appearance by the Córdoba F7 Paco in their “17 Sensational Signature Models” feature! “None of these models appear to be a stock guitar with someone’s name slapped on the headstock. So if you want a smattering of mojo from any of the fine players honored here with signature models, just put one of their babies in your hands!” writes author…

GK Studio Limited Named One of Guitar Player’s New@NAMM 2015:10 Ax-Ceptional Acoustic Guitars

Check it out! The new GK Studio Limited, which we debuted at Winter NAMM 2015 last month, was recently selected as one of Guitar Player’s top ten “Ax-Ceptional Acoustic Guitars” from the yearly tradeshow! The newest addition to the GK family, the GK Studio Limited is a stage-ready flamenco guitar featuring a solid European spruce top paired with striking ziricote back and sides. Accented with olive green and gray highlights, ziricote…

The Hauser is Guitar World’s “Dream Guitar”!

This month, Cordoba’s Hauser guitar was included in Guitar World’s list of “Dream Guitars—Ten Exceptional Guitars You Wish You Owned.” Holding its own amidst other acoustic heavy hitters, the Hauser boasts a solid Englemann spruce top and solid Indian rosewood back and sides. Handmade by a small team of luthiers in our Oxnard, California workshop, the Hauser was designed to be a replica of the original 1937 model with a few modern refinments…

Córdoba C10 Crossover Featured in Guitar World

This might go down in history as the only time Cordoba will be in the same sentence as Kim Kardashian…enlarge the image to read the…