Category: Product Reviews

Guitar Interactive Gives the Córdoba Mini 4.5 Stars

Looks like we’re not the only ones with #minimadness. Guitar Interactive recently published a review on the Córdoba Mini O, which features a solid ovangkol top and ovangkol back and sides, and gave this awesome little travel buddy a 4.5 out of 5 stars! In addition to such pros as “great looks,” “good hardware,” and “excellent price,” the Mini O is an all-around stand-out addition to a guitarist’s collection, Guitar Interactive says: “This is another…

Córdoba Mini O-CE Featured in “Music & Sound Retailer”

We were recently featured in the February issue of Music & Sound Retailer with one of our latest launches, the Córdoba Mini O-CE! Check out their feature below, and click here to learn about this newest addition to the Córdoba Mini line.

GuitarSite.com Includes the Mini O in Best Travel Guitars Roundup

GuitarSite.com recently included the Córdoba Mini O in its roundup of Best Travel Guitars! Here’s what they had to say about the ovangkol version of our miniature nylon string guitar: “Nylon strings are known for being comfortable and easy to play, as such they are ideal for players who are looking for a relaxing instrument to play while they are on the move. Having established their reputation as a classical guitar builder, Cordoba…

Córdoba Included in Parlor Guitar Roundup

Parlor Guitars recently included two Córdoba Guitars in their roundup of top parlor and small classical guitars, and we’re pretty excited for our lil’ guys! Check out their reviews: On the Córdoba Requinto 580: From its humble beginnings, Cordoba has grown into one of the biggest nylon string guitar manufacturers in the world today. As expected, Cordoba is not afraid to produce non-conventional variations of their nylon string guitars, and one…

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.…